[Loic and I giving our “Thank you for coming” schpiel to the crowd etc. Photo courtesy of Francine Hardaway.]
It was so lovely to see everyone last night. Thanks to all for coming. Hope everyone got home with their livers intact etc.
[Loic’s Flickr photos of the evening are here.] [Dan Farber’s photoset.]
Hugs. Kisses. Smiles. Rock on.
Enough already. I’m glad the trip’s been fun, but isn’t this what twitter’s for?
must’ve been great – congrats on the event. Am jealous as a longtime San Franciscan we never got our shit together enough to put one of these on. Can’t wait for one of these in Boston.
The ‘how to be creative’-piece made its way to belgium (therefore to me), I liked it a lot and couldn’t find the button to comment on it:
It made me happily aware of where I can improve, an uncomfortably aware of things I already did right without being aware of it.. if that makes sense
A few typos & such:
part 9: “Do you have a problem witb that?”
part 10: “Van Gough rarely painted with..”, “Macinotsh computers”
part 12: “It’s NOT doing it when you know you full well you HAD the opportunity”
part 14: “The more time has had to ravage their lives”
part 24: “Writer’s block is just a symptom of feeling like you have nothing to say, combined with the rather weird idea that you SHOULD feel the need to say something” (think you might mean ‘..should say something’)
part 25: “Jackson Pollack”
part 30: “the subject of my careeer”
I’m bored with twitter already. Is this bad?
Strange pic that could have been so much more. Why was it selected, not cropped, and enhanced? Is there a back story? :o)
Great view from above, eh?