Monthly Archives: February 2012

“To Appomattox” Transmedia!

Today, the “To Appomattox” website unveiled it’s new project: Transmedia! According to the website, the project is being headed by Mike Suarez, a video game and e-book designer, and Mark Long, CEO of Meteor Entertainment. The goal of To Appomattox … Continue reading

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A President’s Day Look at Abraham Lincoln

The other day, my friend and colleague, Greg Caggiano, posted an article on a new colorized version of one of Abraham Lincoln’s last photos. Since then, a number of people have commented on the article, debating Lincoln’s presidency on several … Continue reading

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Colorized Photo of Abraham Lincoln Breathes New Life Into History

The colorization of black-and-white imagery has developed a bad stigma over the years, because more often than not, it damages the integrity of the original product. At some point or another, we have all seen a film from the 1930′s … Continue reading

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“To Appomatox” Makes IMDb List of Top Ten Promising Shows!

Although the miniseries hasn’t even commenced filming, “To Appomattox” is already making lists. The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has released a list of upcoming TV shows that look promising, and “To Appomattox” sits at number nine on that list. To … Continue reading

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