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New, improved Blogumentary.org

I've long been embarassed to send anyone to the official web site for Blogumentary, but with this NYC screening I've cleaned the place up. The old site had lots of interesting "work-in-progress" stuff on it, but now it's clean and simple. No fluff, no muff. (?) Finally, I can send people there again.

blogumentary.org - now, more than ever.

Meanwhile, I'm trying to rally the blogerati to post about the screening and fill the theater with sweet, sweet geeks.

August 20, 2006 at 10:23 PM in Blogumentary | Permalink

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Site looks great Chuck.

Posted by: Jeff at Aug 20, 2006 10:32:23 PM

thanks! it has some problems and it's monstrously hacked together from the ancient site... ok, more than anybody cares to know.

Posted by: chuck at Aug 20, 2006 11:49:15 PM

I talked to Rory of Downtown Locals yesterday and mentioned your film. She said she'd heard of it; maybe you'll see her there.

If she goes up and introduces herself, it's cause I told her to look for the guy with the nerd glasses.

:P

Posted by: Crystal at Aug 21, 2006 5:29:46 PM

awesome!!

Posted by: chuck at Aug 21, 2006 11:16:00 PM

It's probably too late to say this, but you need a better poster design. That shadowy silhouette of you clutching a PowerBook with the words "I am the Media" doesn't make the best impression. The lighting, the baseball cap, the pose say, "Here's your Dungeon Meal from Chuck's Cheeseburgers."

A more stylish movie poster design might make your film more attractive to A-list bloggers, many of which are notorious design snobs.

You have a good conceptual base. Try this variation: Photograph somebody from the shoulders down (deemphasize yourself) with tight framing on a laptop cradled in one arm and a camcorder in the other. Then, Photoshop the same photo onto the laptop screen recursively. And do it with moxie.

Posted by: Jason Heiser at Aug 22, 2006 1:35:13 PM

True on all accounts...

Posted by: chuck at Aug 22, 2006 2:39:13 PM