Phil Kliger of Uncle Philms is developing a web series at Zerk.tv. He’s also doing music for a horror film. As always, Phil loves his handy Archos camera. Here is a surreal video Phil made this week at the meet-up!
Bryan White is the creator of B-movie review site Cinema-Suicide.com, also hosting Soundtrack Apocalisse. Just introduced an awesome t-shirt line (see below!). Beginning to see his blog quoted in press releases, promo, DVD materials. Seeing small websites like his own becoming a sincere marketing force. Producing a documentary on the excitingly dark history of Portsmouth. Read about him in the latest issue of The Wire.
Georgene Nunn works for SellMyTimeShareNow.com. Just did a blog-for-pay push for RandomKitty.net and is getting a lot of response. Got all kinds of things going, including the development of a directory for farmers’ markets, farmers, and consumers of farm fresh products. She also took a bunch of her own notes on the meeting and posted them on her blog. Check out Georgene’s perspective of this month’s meet-up!
E. Christopher Clark is an author, family historian, and Internet geek. Creator of GeekForceFive.com, a blog covering Lost, NIN, Apple, Marvel Comics, and View Askew film productions. Has added a question series to the blog. Thinking about producing a podcast series. Just finished a week long sabattical to work on his next novel. Check out his first novel at EChristopherClark.com
Leslie Poston (@geechee_girl on Twitter) is from uptownuncorked.com She works to help everyone embrace social media. Submitted “Can social media save the world?” to SXSW. You can support LEslie by giving her a vote. Doing a twice a month podcast on Talkshoe about heavy issues facing technology and culture. Hears they are hiring at blorge.com
Deb Mcnally (debdebtig on every social media site you can think of) is a full time tech writer. She is also a farmer (23 hens, 3 turkeys, ducks, etc) NHeggs.blogspot.com Very interested in further developing the site. Lots of ideas (including a blogging chicken).
Nap is a Ruby web application developer, editor at ink19.com. An indie music, film and comic geek. Has a book coming out at the end of the month called Practical Rails Plugins (follow that link to pre-order it on Amazon!) (Seriously, do it!)
Brian Turnbull (@brianturnbull) is interest in live performance and studio photography. Photographed for the new CD by the Stone/Bratt Big Band. Also works on a newly launched collaborative resume review site at Razume.com Looking for ways to stay creative.
John Herman talked about the start of production on the upcoming web series: Thomas in Wonkyland (see above!), Gravityland Season 2, an improv comedy show every Tuesday, the 1 minute film festival held at Le60.org
Jill Silos is a history and film professor. Coming out with a book “Everybody Get Together: The Politics of Counter Culture” about freedom of assembly issues. Just invited to speak at a UN conference. Film critic for The Brattle. Learning to play guitar.