In RE-BOOT, we follow Tim as he tries to fix the broken Computer. After the two begin to spend more time with each other, Will grows jealous...and even dangerous. Unfortunately, all original film prints were burned in 1999, and this digital transfer was assembled from VHS tapes. RE-BOOT is the third part in a longer series of films. The second part, ANTI-MATTER, has also been restored from old VHS tapes. The first, called FIRST-CLASS, is thought to be lost forever, even on tape.+ More details
Not often do we get to interview a radio personality! It was awesome to listen to Doug squirm. From “Fairly Spiritual” to a local drive time show, Doug has engaged church and culture alike. A pastor, who doesn’t take himself too seriously, but is serious about demystifying church and uniquely perpetuating the Gospel. Check this out! BTW, you can hear Doug weekdays on www.kgnw.com from 4-6 PM.+ More details
“At its core, it is a struggle against regression,” when an aspiring young writer, Nicholas, encounters the somewhat successful Christian author, Peter Staunch, and decides to befriend him. What follows is a psychological descent into the mind of the deeply-cerebral Nicholas, flashing a glimpse into the story of a man pressed against the blurred lines of his own limitations. Directed/produced by Edward Bursch and written by Dave Niedoba. Cinematography by Ashley Connor. Silkscreen art by Mandy Niedoba Bray.+ More details
ANTI-MATTER explores the relationship between a young man and his computer, while following his struggle to create a BauerPoint presentation. Supposedly, all original film prints were burned in 1999, and this digital transfer was assembled from different VHS tapes. ANTI-MATTER is the second part in a longer series of films. The first, called FIRST-CLASS, is thought to have been lost forever, even on tape.+ More details
In this Mashery webinar, USA TODAY's Erik Bursch talks about how USA TODAY's API speeds app deployment and B2B partnerships. He also talks about Mashery's API management services and how Mashery Developer Outreach helped USA TODAY reach public developers.+ More details
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