Sharing is a fairly new business model, and it’s one that takes some outfits awhile to embrace. Guylty has a very significant post at her blog about one such entity who has finally come around to the 21st century in its thinking. Getty images has changed their policy about the availability of their images. And for this blogger, it’s very welcome news.
I have had Getty Images go through my…
Reblogged from DavidHewson.com:
As we revealed a while back, that fantastic actor Richard Armitage is the narrator for a new Shakespeare adaptation I’ve co-written with A.J. Hartley. Now Hamlet, Prince of Denmark: A Novel is available for pre-order from Audible before its release on May 20.
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Are we so ready for this it’s absurd? No, don’t answer that. I already know. :D
I was not exaggerating when I said several days ago that I’ve been sick. I had the flu (twice) and then it turned into some walking pneumonia. I had that once when I was a junior in college. I was stupid enough not to learn from that incident, and so I got it again. Maybe after all of this, I’ve finally learned to pace myself. Probably not fully, but it’s nice to ponder.
Enough about that.…
No Richard Armitage in this, but I had to commemorate for myself if nothing else.
SO got a kidney transplant. About this time of day he was conked out, and the doctor came out of surgery to tell me everything was great and SO would be up in a couple of hours.
Then the fun really started as a roller coaster ride with SO’s meds, his condition, Social Security, Medicare, and ah, those trips to the…
I just read the news. He was young! We’ll miss you Harold. You gave me years of laughs, and it meant so much.
What I really loved was his great writing. Groundhog Day is a masterpiece.
No Ramis in this photo, but I love this scene and loved it and loved it. And a little trivia that no one cares about but makes me chuckle. Steven Tobolowsky is the son of the pediatrician…
Oh, you weren’t. Well, he has been on my mind after reading about Amazon acquiring rights to some of AudioGo’s books. That includes Lords of the North, but as Ali at RichardArmitageNet.com pointed out, there is no Richard Armitage version for sale at Audible. It is only the Jamie Glover edition.
I have nothing against Jamie Glover, but have you heard Richard Armitage read this book?!
I’m talking to myself, but then A.J. Hartley has us all in a stir with his news this evening, and I had to purchase his Macbeth. I bought the audio book as well. It’s performed by Alan Cumming, and so far it sounds great. I have high hopes of it being worth it to the end. As for Alan, in short he is interesting. Go here if you want to check him out.
More voice work for Richard Armitage. Oh, I can barely wait for this:
Whenever I think of Richard Armitage these days, I mostly think what he may be doing about his career. I also remember he’s a sly one at times as he was when he was shooting Captain America. No one knew about that until he was in the middle of it, and I chuckled to myself at the time and wrote this:Entry — On Location with Captain America
The afternoon before my shoot:
I finally got to…
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