I’m relieved that WCP blogger Christine Ernest took my piece in jest, as it was intended to be. After all, it’s a light-hearted observation on the men I found at the craft fair. I echo her sentiment that “there are some pretty fantastic male crafters… these days without or without the collaboration with women.”
I also got a nice mention from the lovely Elijah and Rhonda Wyman of Figs & Ginger. Read it at their blog here.
Today we premiered “i.e.: NPR in other words,” an entirely intern-produced multimedia presentation. I put in a lot of work, but a few others put in even more and I’m proud to be part of the extremely talented team that pulled it all off.
While I’m clearly not producing daily content for Gitnerblog, I am editing daily content for another blog: NPR’s i.e. (or Intern Edition).
Yours truly is Blog Editor for i.e., and I’d love it if any Gitnerblog supporters would head over to the i.e. Blog to check out our posts.
When I have time, I also write for the i.e. blog. Check out my recent post on hearing my favorite song for the first time here or read below:
I saw The Royal Tenenbaums for the first time back in 2002. I don’t remember the exact occasion — it probably isn’t worth remembering: something involving my parents driving me to Blockbuster on a pathetically uneventful Friday night.
I do remember that my expectations were level.
That’s why I was totally unprepared for the following scene:
My life changed at 0:41 when, in the clip above, Margot Tenenbaum (played by Gwenyth Paltrow) took those slow motion steps from the Green Line Bus.