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Make Mark's Movie
My name's Mark Prebble and I'm a 28 year-old New Zealand based filmmaker. I've recently made my first feature film, Futile Attraction, but I need your help to finish it.

Reynolds is an E.M.T. working for the London Ambulance service. This is his blog.

Ali Davis
Ali has a temporary position as a clerk in a porn store. Alis blog is always amusing and sometimes hilarious. It contains philosophical musings on sex and pornography, people and hygiene. A good read.

Daedalus Howell, Filmmaker Wannabee
The Short, Happy Film Career of Writer-Director Daedalus Howell.

Ray Maniaci
Ray Maniaci doesnít tell jokes, heís a story teller. All of his material is based on true stories or his own genuine feelings. Whether itís comparing the traits of his 70 year-old grandmother to his 14 year old dog (they both drool, have hair on their face, and canít make it up the stairs), or talking about the time he got slapped across the face for asking a deaf girl for her phone number, Ray is reality. Whereas many comedians pretend to be somebody they are not, Ray is just Ray. He doesnít have to pretend that his life is funny, it is. His website is titled "The Best Website Ever".

Jack Herbert - Japan for the Uninvited
It's impossible to describe the surprise Jack felt on April 2nd 2003, when he woke up in Nagoya, Japan. Hours before, he had been happily frolicing in the meadows of England, when he was brutally coshed over the back of the head and bundled onto JAL flight 342: The Eikawa Teacher Express. He wandered Japan's streets in disbelief for a few months, but gradually realised that nothing was different in Japan anyway, apart from him. In Japan for the Uninvited, Jack shares his insights into the culture and quirks of Japanese society.

Rocket Team Vatsaas
Brad, Rick and Mark Vatsaas (plus the occasional honorary inductee) hang together and enjoy their favorite hobby: building and flying rockets.

When I am not characterizing myself as Bathtubgirl, I am Kim, a modern day gypsy. I was born and raised in Detroit, Mi. That's right, the Motor City. I went to college in New Orleans where I spent five years at Loyola University studying Film and Art History. Since then I have lived in: San Francisco, Ann Arbor, Sante Fe, Chicago, San Diego, and Los Angeles. I am currently living in Sedona, Arizona.

David Burge
A fifth-generation Iowan, David Burge attended the University of Iowa where he studied at the prestigeous Iowa Drinkers Workshop. He went on to graduate studies at Ottumwa Body & Fender, where he earned a MBS (Master of Bondo Science). An avid collector of Precious Moments figurines and celebrity dental molds, he currently lives in Chicago.

Joey Skaggs
Multimedia artist Joey Skaggs has been called everything from the World's Greatest Hoaxer to a royal pain in the ass. He's been threatened, assaulted, summonsed, subpoenaed, arrested, deposed, dismissed, trivialized, maligned, even thanked and praised. In fact, Skaggs is America's most notorious socio-political satirist, media activist, culture jammer, hoaxer, and dedicated proponent of independent thinking and media literacy.

Quentin Tarantino's Diary
A personal blog by film director Quentin Tarantino, maintained by his editor. (He is unable to respond personally to comments left on the blog. Sorry.)

The thoughts, book reviews and photography of a nameless 22 year old student working on her MLS.

William Gibson
William Gibson is the author of Neuromancer, the sci-fi novel that added direction to the internet. This is his blog.

McRorie Tait
McRorie Tait is a one man rock band. His site contains video, downloads, newspaper articles and, of course, the CD. We wouldn't list him here is the music wasn't good.

Bryan Berg
Bryan Berg broke the Guinness World Record for card structures in 1992 at the age of seventeen with a tower fourteen feet, six inches tall. His latest record-holding structure is more than twenty-five feet tall. Touring regularly, Berg has stacked cards in virtually every major U.S. city and in Japan, Denmark, and Germany.

Stan Murmur
Stan Murmur is a serious artist, we think, who uses his own buttocks instead of a brush to paint with.

Jesse Rice
Jesse Rice is an unsigned, talented musician. With mp3's.

Randy Cassingham
This is True is a weekly syndicated newspaper column by Colorado humorist Randy Cassingham. True reports on bizarre-but-true news items from legitimate newspapers from around the world (never "tabloids"). Each story ends with commentary by Randy -- a tagline which is humorous, ironic or opinionated.

Japanese School Teacher
Jeff is an assistant language teacher in three Jr. High schools. The experience has been...interesting to say the least. Interesting enough to warrant its own editorial.

"People look at an oil painting and admire the use of brushstrokes to convey meaning. People look at a graffiti painting and admire the use of a drainpipe to gain access." Banksy is a graffiti artist and subversive in the U.K.


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