ScriptChat

A micro post today.

I’ll be tonight’s guest on ScriptChat at 5 pm, pst.

To join in the conversation,  at the designated time, go to either TWEETCHAT (www.tweetchat.com/room/scriptchat) or search the hashtag #scriptchat on the web, Tweetdeck or Seesmic and jump in.

Make sure you add the #scriptchat hashtag to your tweet or other followers won’t see your comments. The TWEETCHAT site above auto adds the hashtag, making it the easiest way to participate in our chats.

Note – if the above technical information is perplexing, never fear. Until last week,  I believed a hashtag to be some sort of sport involving Eastern European cuisine. However, I am assured that if one follows the above directions, s/he will be able to join in on the fun. See you there.  HRH

What I am Reading: David Allen’s Getting Things Done. If productivity and the organization behind it are an issue, this one is for you.

What I am watching: Prepping for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. I cannot wait. My tiara is positively atwitter.

A Royal Shout Out: To Aaron Sorkin and Todd Philips for standing up for their fellow scribes at The Hollywood Reporter Awards Roundtable. They swung a couple of healthy punches at the WGA, well-deserved ones at that. Most amusing is the observation that John Wells sits quietly between the two. Wells is the current president of WGAw.

HRH, Princess Scribe

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About princessscribe

#Filmmaker. Living with #Cancer. #Animal lover and foodie.
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2 Responses to ScriptChat

  1. Jamie says:

    Can’t wait for your guest spot tonight. STC are my all time favorite screenwriting books.

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