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July 25, 2011

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I’d like to see you write about your proclivity to close your eyes while talking. For some reason, that stood out to me while watching the video.

There are a number of subquestions that interest me:

Why do you do it? What causes you to do it and what does it do for you?
How aware are you of doing it?
What do you think others think of it?

I don’t mean to imply that this is in any way a strange behavior, and I hope you are not insecure about it. If anything is strange, it is my interest in these questions.

I feel like such a mouthbreather saying this, but I never thought such a good friend of mine would end up on TV and Radio. Keep at it because you're much closer to doing something you love than I am, it's the only important thing.

I really liked your interview :) According to me you have spoke about pretty interesting staff and honestly I found it quite useful. Thanks for haring it.

David and I chat about The Marketplace of Ideas, Observer, cinema (the most-vital-director-of-our-time you see me forgetting is Sangsoo Hong), Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, the modern novel, and other important stuff.

I have to assume something else went on behind closed doors; maybe some higher-up found his excuse not to have to pay for a promotional campaign. But this movie turns out to work with both greater ambition and greater specificity than its predecessors, which makes it a much more worthwhile viewing experience. I probably won’t watch it again, but I’m glad I watched it once.

Ideally, The marketplace of ideas would be the right formula to allow you to find your audience but, if it's not, then you need to draw a line under the project and move on... to try another formula... to each out and find the audience that will allow you to turn pro.

Hi Colin, this is Mark Dykeman (formerly of Broadcasting Brain). I just saw this link to your post. Broadcasting Brain was retired a number of weeks ago. If you like, I can republish the our interview on a different website or send you the text for your own purposes. Just let me know!

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