Movie Maker magazine online posted a list of their choices of the 50 best blogs for movie making. I'm not on the list, :lol: , but there are some other great sites listed. Most I've never even heard of. Take a look, and here's the link to the original article: 50 Best Blogs for Moviemakers | MovieMaker Magazine.
I've been using Google Chrome for a couple of weeks now and stumbled on this Zemanta plugin. It's an add-on to help bloggers find interesting content to match what they're posting about. It allows you to connect to your friends at the various social networking sites and pull from your RSS feed reader. Might be interesting.
By the way, I'm dangerously close to changing Chrome to my default browser. Sorry Firefox. :(
Screenwriter John August posted about a low-budget film (One Too Many Mornings) that will be showing at Sundance, and it spawned a very informative discussion on independent film distribution and how it is changing. Well worth a read. Here's the link.
Artbeats, a well respected site for stock footage, is now offering a daily clip for free download. They are offering the clips in HD and SD (both NTSC and PAL). Free registration is required. I've downloaded a few and they are nice. These clips usually sell for about $200-300.
I want to start posting more this year, and I thought a "write once, post everywhere" approach might help. This plugin will supposedly post to the FaceBook news feed whenever I add a post to this blog. I'm starting with FB, but may add MySpace and possibly...gulp, Twitter at some point.