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via Daily Prompt: Avid

 

Along time ago in a far away reality a random access editing tool was born out of the fear and squalor of linear methods of stacking picture and sound bits in a fungible predestined order. A system built on Apple’s upstart architecture was foisted upon a world of trim bins, dirty dupes, and countless open re-edits of arcane EDL list management disciples. The decidedly nonlinear AVID Media Composer was born into a world full of nattering nabobs of negativity.

But Another Version Instead of Deciding  seized the day.

The hangover left by such flexibility and indecision led to my internal dissonance which threw my normal Harmony out of phase causing me to Spike the last two Daily Prompts of this week and leave that Media to Decompose itself.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/avid/

 

 

Huid

via Daily Prompt: Hideout

My hide is always out.

Thank you very much.

It would be quite messy if it wasn’t.

My hide keeps everything in place. I prefer to keep my innards in, and my outards out.

I just watched “The Revenant” and I do not want anyone hanging my hide out.

 

Of course of late I’ve been feeling like I’m living in a first world economy with third world leadership mentality.

May need a hideout to holdup in for a few.

Just in case.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/hideout/

 

 

Remember

Remember to carry the remainder. Because the remainders always forget.

Never carry a conversation in your head when you will have to carry it later for real. Because it never goes how you expect it to.

Carry on the conversation until the last participle has been dangled. Even if it hurts.

The opening shower scene in the movie “Carrie” with Sissy Spacek changed my life forever.

I will carry it with me always.

I would share the YouTube link but I carry the Puritan albatross given me by the early religious refuges that showed up on these shores.

Carry on.

 

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/carry/

 

Oh to heck with it. Too many of us have had to carry that Plymouth Rock with us for too long.

Is The Media The Message…

Or the reality it purveys in some thoughts from Philip K Dick

 

Sure he is a science fiction author. But such authors have an annoying habit of shinning a light on things to come as well as things that are already here but we have not noticed or admitted to ourselves.

‘Game Change’ Movie Reminds Media Of Neat Stuff That Happened That Time


“There is a dark side to American populism.” It matters not if Senator McCain actually said it or if the author or screen writers did. It cuts to the heart of the matter for both sides of the fence as well as the world over. Monkey business is monkey business where ever it may roam.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost