It’s been a long time since my last post, but I’m back. I tried upgrading my various blogs and all worked well until I got to my blog Whispers. The upgrade crashed with a fatal error. You can see for yourself.
Anyway the point is, I was running a series of shorts by talented film maker Anne Flournoy called the Louise Log. You get a chance to hear what is going on in Louise’s head (I like headphones but not necessary) as she goes through her daily life. It’s very funny. Since I hadn’t been blogging, I missed posting #13 and now it is up for a vote to be played on WNET (PBS station) as a short. So I was going to post #13 (titled Louise and the Repairman), and put in a plug to go vote for it, which is real easy to do.
Just go to this Thirteen.org link and vote.
I’m posting the short here, but to see all of the episodes, go to Anne’s website and click on the Louise Log.
After you see this and when you go to Anne’s site, you can view #14, but remember to vote. The poll closes at 5pm EDT.
2 thoughts on “whispers and Louise Log”
Hey Mel, I love your new website! VERY nice. And thank you for posting the episodes. I’m happy to hear that you like your iphone. I’m a miserably slow typist on that size device and wondering if I’ll EVER get the hang of it. Your enthusiasm for the iphone encourages me that maybe, even I can cross the frontier into texting while I walk. If only it weren’t for the glasses. Somehow they make it so much harder. (Fraid I’m gonna break a front tooth when I go down) Overall, very enjoyable blog.
Yeah,… the iPhone is fun, but I try not to do too much typing on it. One of the cool things about the typing though, is that judging by what you are entering, it sort of makes what it thinks will be the next character more sensitive to being touched. It’s amazing how often it’s right.
Thanks for the compliment, Anne. For those who don’t know yet, Anne’s film won the channel 13 shorts competition and aired Saturday night (jun 20) at 11:29pm. You can follow her work at anneflournoy.com.
Now I’m off to try and fix Whispers.