Tag: Creative

I was inspired to get into blogging after watching Julie & Julia in 2009. I was fascinated by the concept of writing simple posts that attained a large number of anonymous readers. Maybe I could write something that would get me that kind of a following? At the time writing was hard for me. I […]

I was recently asked how well I take constructive criticism of my creative work. With the speed of a Patellar reflex, I replied, “If it doesn’t hurt it isn’t love.” My response was a proverb found in the Switchfoot song “Yet.” If it doesn’t break your heart it isn’t love Nah, if it doesn’t break your […]

Nightmares and other lucid dreams have always fascinated me. I have written over 250 of them in my journal. Many of them I remember in vivid detail. I’ve always wanted to share them with others. Like in a movie. A dream that you could watch. I’ve pitched this idea for a few years now. As […]

In the Spring of 2012, I was taking a college class called Law and the Media. My professor was a prominent lawyer who taught evening classes in his spare time. I really enjoyed his class. Why? Because he taught me a valuable lesson. He said if he had to pick a favorite word from the […]

Last night, I had the privilege of attending Startup Grind San Antonio for the first time at Geekdom. Events like Startup Grind are the main reason I joined Geekdom. While the event was open to the public, I recognize how special the Geekdom community really is and I want to continue the conversations started at […]

On the morning of March 29, 2008, I purchased paleolithicfilms.com and launched my first website with Apple’s iWeb. I followed the instructions to connect my MobileMe hosted website, with Yahoo, my registrar; entering the appropriate information into the A Record field. With no guidance, at age 16, I had a website. I remember frantically pacing […]

The new MacBook Pro has garnered a lot of criticism by the creative community. I’ve seen an influx of posts bashing it for a number of reasons. The incredible volume of negative posts may be due to an unprecedented number of creatives venting their frustration. A part of me is curious to know if these […]