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Thursday, January 12, 2006

 

...98, 99...100!

So this is my 100th post. I felt that should be noted. And now it has been. Moving on...

I drive to work on the GW Parkway, along the Potomac River, and this morning it was so foggy that when I glanced over the river towards DC, all I saw was soupy blueness - no river, and no buildings, except for the bright white tip of the Washington Monument and the bright white top of the Lincoln Memorial. I wanted to take a picture so badly.

This weekend I head out of town for a week, first to the TV Press Tour, then on to Sundance. Unlike last year, when I went to Sundance and wrote nothing about it until I got home, this year I plan to blog about what it's like to be there in Park City, some of the films I'm seeing, etc. And this will be my first trip to Press Tour, so I'll be sure to share first impressions - I'll be on the sidelines, so my coverage isn't likely to be as rich with tacky celebrity details as the Washington Post's, but I'll do my best.

So stay tuned for "Multitudes Heads West: A Mini-Series": shorter than a Ken Burns film, but just as culturally significant. (Hmmm, I wonder what Ken Burns' blog would be like...)

Comments:
NY is just as foggy today. Creates a wonderful sense of infinity. In a city so dominated by man-made eyesores, it's interesting to have it all whitewashed away for a few hours. The dystopian in me really gets a kick out of it.
- JA
 
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