Tuesday, April 28, 2009

New limits to blogging

From now on I'll only be blogging about my own projects or about, sometimes, certain projects of collaborators (people who work with me on my projects, or projects of others than I work on). I think these new limits will help me cut down significantly on blogging - making more time available for making & distributing my movies.

- Sujewa




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Nicole/MadlabPost said...

At least you have projects to blog about, lol. Everyone (filmmakers) cannot say the same thing.

Blogging more about your own projects may help to keep you more focused around those projects instead of everything that's going on in the whole filmmaking community at every second of every day.

You may find out that blogging about your own stuff for the most part could also bring more excitement to you and keep you energized in each phase of your projects, even on days when they may cause you to feel exhausted.

Blogging may be therapeutic, especially during the production stage when other people are involved and you are collaborating on so many different levels and working hard and things may get hectic....the blog can be like your "home away from home".

The Sujewa said...

Thanks for the comment Nicole.



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