Sunday, November 30, 2008

Found a Really Great Site...

As the illusion of getting Watchmaker made edges ever closer, I'm going to be posting here more often, and give updates on the progress. To that end, this site explains Intelligent Design in detail, and gives good references.

I will still use this site to solicit donations for my current 168 Project film as well. Thanks again to those that have already donated, and continue to pray for my ministry, and these two films in particular.

Monday, November 17, 2008

I Survived!!!

The Screenwriting Expo. Was anyone else so blessed? Oh, that reminds me, actually met another Christian in the film industry. Who knew? Will send her a copy of Watchmaker to read. Would anyone else like to do the same?

Saturday, November 8, 2008

I might be doing the right thing...

Couple this with the recent announcement that bloggers are now MSM, and I should be thrillled and delighted....

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Study: Blogs Influence Purchases More Than Social Sites

Blogs can have more impact on purchase decisions than social networks, a new study finds. Blogs create a conversation and trusted resource that influences purchase decision.

The study, "Harnessing the Power of Blogs," sponsored research by BuzzLogic and conducted by JupiterResearch, a Forrester Research company, looks at the evolving influence from the reader's perspective. "What we wanted to do was look at the reader's side of the coin, look at reader patterns and how people are reading blogs...and drill down into the content impacting other media platforms," said Valerie Combs, VP of corporate communications at BuzzLogic.

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Saturday, November 1, 2008

And if that doesn't convince you...

This whole thing comes downto, who do you trust? And more importantly, who has the better plan. I believe it's McCain. Others will disagree with me, however, they have yet to tell me why Obama's plan is better. Taxing the 5% of Americans that are responsible for what was the last number I heard? 98%? Of the money coming into the federal government isn't the way to go. I know it's counter intuitive to believe that lowering taxes is a good idea to raise more money, however, the taxes that are generated as a result of me spending the money I keep, helps more at the state and local level, not to mention the economy of the businesses I choose to be associated with.

And, this coming from one of the 95% of American's whose taxes won't go “up” under Obama's plan. Of course, I don't believe that, either....
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“Sen. Obama owes it to the public to let us know how much of our hard-earned money he, in his wisdom, believes we have a moral obligation to give away to poor people around the world—and how much of our money that he has a moral obligation to extract from our wages forcefully, through federal taxation.” —Tony Blankley
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