Monthly Archives: November 2011

What Kind of Stories Do We Need?

Calling all artists: What kind of stories do we need to tell, write, draw, film and sing? Continue reading

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OWS – Robert Haas

Distinguished poet Robert Haas was roughed up during a recent OWS protest at UC Berkeley. Find here his description of what happened, Naomi Wolf’s analysis for The Guardian and Haas’s poem, “Between the Wars.” Continue reading

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Grimm

Grimm on NBC is a guilty pleasure and a certain sign that I need to expand my dating portfolio. Continue reading

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If the tool exists, it will be used

If the tool exists, it will be used.

I’m afraid of the tools. We can’t count on people to use them thoughtfully or with discretion. Continue reading

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Boys Will Be Boys

Boys will be boys? Not so much. Boys will be righteous? Feels right. Continue reading

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The Fun and The Tactile

Long story short. It’s time to bring the fun, whimsical and tactile back to film and television. Our digital audiences are waiting. Continue reading

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Penn State – Why We Can’t Abandon Our Kids

Asking a child why he couldn’t stop his rapist? Continue reading

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