As some avid listeners may know, last October my 2011 MacBook Pro 17″ died, and I had to perform a “transplant” of the two 2TB SSDs into a “new used” recipient laptop. That lasted until the other day, when the GPU on the current machine died…so I had to do it all over again. Why not just get a new MacBook Pro, you ask? Well, first of all, Read more ›
In case you were wondering what’s going on with The Multimedia Ninja, I highly recommend you check out Ep. 69, “Changes”…wherein you’ll notice I have a very exciting new project about to appear. (And, um, obviously, I’ve been laboring away on that. But fear not, the ninja is still here!)
Actually, you can already get a hint if you check out www.PyrateRadio.com in the morning or during the afternoon drive (often between 5:10 an d5:25, but could be any time between 5 and 6pm), and keep an ear out for Capt. Billy’s Mailbag.
I was just at the 2018 Miami Boat Show hobnobbing with some great folks from Pyrate Radio and Cruising Outpost, and a great time was had by all…but you’ll have to wait just a minute to hear what we’ve got cookin’…
Super-stoked this week to be Chris Parkhurst’s guest this episode on The Documentary Life podcast. Check it out HERE.
Chris is an awesome filmmaker, and my guest on Ep. 69. Keep an eye out for his documentary on SInn Sisamouth, “The Elvis of Cambodia”…and you can check out his documentary film Journey to Kathmandu at www.TheDocumentaryLife.com …
In this episode, The Multimedia Ninja finds it frustrating to do everything, and finds some “inadvertent help” from The Documentary Life’s Chris Parkhurst. (And the answer is revealed as to whether the house flooded.) Read more ›
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