'm now running two blogs: CinemaTech (est. 2005) and Innovation Economy (est. 2007).
CinemaTech focuses on the ways that new technologies are changing the entertainment business, with a special focus on motion pictures.
I started it in May 2005, which makes it a youngster, so far as blogs go. It's updated at least once every weekday, and I'm proud that CinemaTech's (very vocal) readership includes independent filmmakers, network execs, animators at some well-known computer animation studios, television producers, tech entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, cinematographers and visual effects artists, my dad (who notifies me instantaneously of any spelling errors), and a number of Hollywood studio types responsible for new media.
If you'd like to keep up with CinemaTech, there are three options:
Innovation Economy focuses on "what's new in New England," and specifically the landscape of entrepreneurship, R&D, and venture capital. It's a companion blog to the Boston Globe column of the same name, which runs every Sunday in the business section. (There's also a blog called "Read Scott's E-mail: Inside the Innovation Economy Inbox," where I occasionally publish interesting e-mails I get.)
If you'd like to keep up with InnoEco, there are three options: