I don’t know how it got to the point where it’s been six months since I posted anything on here. That just makes me feel… old. But, I suppose I found myself a bit overwhelmed by my various online self-induced obligations and needed a break and some perspective from the real world.
Which mostly means I’ve been working on my “real” writing projects, and studying, and reading books that I don’t have to review and spending days and weeks at a time without even checking my email. (I don’t suggest that last part if you get as much email as I do).
I’m still not sure what my new take is going to be with this multi-blogging project. I’m hoping to get things consolidated down to one pressure-free space. I’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime….
I ventured back onto Twitter today and found myself wandering down a little rabbit hole that led me to something I had to get on here and talk about. HitRECord.org is a collaborative project helmed by Joseph Gordon-Leavitt that is just ur-cool in my humbly opinionated brain.
It’s all kinds of artists, film-makers, writers, animators, editors, musicians, composers etc. just throwing stuff out there and working together to remix it and make it awesome. If things fly, Joe has the Hollywood connections to make impressive things happen. But, it’s really just about creating something amazing. And doing it together. It’s not about ego or making a name for yourself. Everything you put up on the site is free to be borrowed from and worked off by others. This is like artistic utopia people and I’m loving it.
- Joseph Gordon-Levitt Is Calling For Your Help (huffingtonpost.com)