Later this month, something new and unusual—the World Premiere of a brand-new, never-before-seen original film! I'm pleased and honored that my friend Bob Burnett has chosen The Online Photographer as the venue for the first public presentation of his new short film "Edward Hopper and Marshall's House."
You might recall that Bob wrote a post about Marshall's House here in 2015. After a working life creating short films for a far-flung clientele, this was a personal project for Bob.
Coming your way this month. Something to look forward to. (Let this also be the annual reminder to the forgetful amongst ye that Valentine's Day fast approacheth. "Forget it not.")
Speaking of comments, as I was in the previous post, yesterday we passed 200,000 of them. But that count doesn't include the featured comments, so it's low by one or two tens of thousands or so. A big blanket thank-you to everyone who has taken time to share their thoughtfulness with the rest of us across the years.
Finally, a further bit of housekeeping: I have been working (with TypePad's help) on transitioning to a mobile-friendly design. It will change the look of TOP and some of its features. But TOP is a great deep creaky edifice, a hodgepodge built helter-skelter. If, in the coming weeks, it disappears permanently, you'll know that we broke it and could not un-break it (and that Yr. Humbl. Ed., plunged into silence, is plummeting into penury with the velocity of a hawk falling on a rabbit). Keep your fingers crossed...that being as effective a hedge against disaster as anything.
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Yonatan K: "With the goal of increasing the comment count even further, I offer up this question...is the velocity of a hawk plunging on a rabbit the same as the velocity of a European sparrow tied to a coconut?"
Mike replies: It's the type of rabbit that's the problem. Some rabbits are no ordinary rabbits. They're the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodents you ever set eyes on.