Something about a video card. Yes.
Much has happened since I last posted something: My good friend Greg Woods has gotten his blogging groove back -- so good to see. His treatise treats are always fun to nibble on. Greg's knowledge of off-the-path or 'obscure' cinema is impeccable. As a matter of fact, he taped his first few installments (live-to-tape) of ESR Late Nite. I look forward to this one. Not since Julian Grant and Rogers Cable 10 has Toronto had a like show. (Check out Greg's blog at www.screening-room.blogspot.com for more details.)
Another happening in my life is the fact that I have yet again another, different job; one in the video biz, but nothing exciting to write home about. Some of us are caught endlessly in the vortex of what trivial Film & TV jobs there are in this town. If you know what buttons to push on any given video machine then, well, there is a job for you/us. Oh, the excitement is overpowering. The good news is, people like Greg Woods are giving it their shot. An attempt to break the vicious cycle of the mundane Toronto -- broken and all but non existent -- video machine. (As Greg can tell you, it ain't what you know in this town, it's what you look like and how little you know so you do not threaten anyone.)
Hey, this feels good... have to do it more often.