Sunday, March 14, 2010
One of the places I consistently get stories fed into my noggin is through podcasts of "This American Life" on NPR. It is, by far, my favorite NPR program.
On a recent podcast of "This American Life", they ran a segment from the Radio Lab show from WNYC in New York. Entertaining, educational and, best of all, fast paced. I love to cram as much info into my brain in the shortest time possible.
If you're a NPR and/or a fan of "This American Life", you'll probably also love Radio Lab. Check out the site at:
Friday, March 12, 2010
On Tuesday, March 9, I was honored to be the keynote speaker at Elon University. This program was sponsored by Elon's Safe Rides program, a system of transporting Elon students safely around the area. Whether the student is intoxicated, fearful for their safety or it's just too cold out, Safe Rides is there to help keep Elon students safe.
A huge thanks goes to Elon's own Nicole Parker, Pope, Kimberly, the SPARKS(s), and everyone who made my time in NC so memorable! Gotta say, hitting some North Carolina BBQ didn't hurt my feelings, either!
Also want to thank the brothers of the Lambda Lambda chapter of Kappa Sigma for helping provide transportation on Tuesday. Was great to get to know the brothers of the Lambda Lambda chapter. The chapter also showed up in full force to support my program – and that's showing a brother some love!
Monday, March 08, 2010
I'd love any feedback you'd care to give, too! We're so totally excited that, in the 100 hours it's been out, we've already had 2500 views!
Voting and viewing are the name of the game here, friends...the more votes, the more likely we are to be able to create a full length feature based on the life of yours truly.
Please, PLEASE help us win this current contest we're in with:
by viewing the movie and voting at TheDoorpost.com
As always, HUGE thanks go to my wife for creating such an awesome screenplay, my sis-in-law, Martha Munizzi, and all the actors, crew and helpers it took to make "The Drop" a reality!