Friday, December 12, 2008

One Hundred and Counting

Friday December 12, 2008

Welcome Back! It's Friday once more and it's starting to feel more like Winter here. This week's posting is my 100th and it's hard to believe that over 2 years have passed since I relaunched Mark's Digital Arts. This week I'd like to thank all the good people who have contributed in some way to this web-log. I'll start with my lady love Bella who has always given me good suggestions along with hugs and smooches. My family, especially my highly creative nieces and nephew, have been a continual source of inspiration. Thanks to my BFF buddy Mark, who really should learn to explore his artistic side. Thanks for all the good reviews and kind words to C.K. Lester, a grand master of the Euphoria programming language and a heck of a good guy. A huge thank you to Steve, my sometime musical collaborator in New Zealand. You're a great guitarist and producer and I know you'll go far with your music. Thanks for all the humor and the serious writing to Ben of the Straight Scotch blog. Thanks for all the music suggestions and good vibes to April, of Dorkmuffin. I miss you kiddo. Thanks for including me in the band to Patrick, Michael, Randy, Todd, and Dutch of . Thanks and hugs to Alejandra and Patrick, the other 2 thirds of the Experimental Film Group. Finally, thanks to Mom and Dad, for encouraging me to make music, and to write, and to create art. Here's to the next 100 posts and lots more tools, techniques, sites and tips to share. Thanks again to one and all!

The loops of the week are a set of electronic percussion parts.

The picture of the week was created using Bryce.
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The DVD/Movie of the week was Amelie. This film, like it's title character is both eccentric and charming.

Send your comments and feedback and I’ll read it all and respond to some of it.
Bye for now!


Ben said...

Congrats on the 100 Mark! What's the next marker - 1,000? :)

Actually if you've managed 100 in two years that means it'll be 18 years before you hit the 1,000. Speed up the writing Mark as I'm 49 already and may not see the 1,000th :)


Gray Cat Whiskers said...

Once a week is already enough of a challenge. I think I'll celebrate every Friday as if it's an anniversary. Life's too short not to take whatever small joys you can.

Vulcan Tourist said...

Hey, this would have been more appropriate as a Thanksgiving post!