Wow, hello September.

We're looking for some VFX people for the new video project. Interested? Here's the word from James:

"Greetings Superpals!

Are you an SFX master? Do you love modeling spaceships / making people's heads explode / compositing flying cars? Do you dream in After Effects? WE NEED YOU! Right now, SMBC Theater is putting together a crack team of SFX wizards to realize our new SPACE OPERA! This year we'll be offering low / no pay, but your work will be seen by thousands, the project is ambitious enough to make an excellent addition to your portfolio, and you will have earned the eternal love of the SMBC crew. The next few years are going to be very exciting, and as we do more ambitious things we're going to have to grow our army. So if you want to join a funny bunch of mega-nerds and help us make something special, please send a reel and resume to here, and we'll get back to you shortly! "
Sorry for the late update. Traveling finally defeated me and I fell asleep early last night.

Today, I want to thank Christina and Alexis of Breadpig. Thanks to their geektastic help, the East Coast trip was really magical. Except for that time Alexis stole a biscuit from his own girlfriend. That was weird for everyone. FOR SHAME.
Well, tomorrow I head home from my brief East Coast excursion. I have far too many awesome people to thank, and I'll get about doing that over the course of the week. But, as I sit here writing this blog, I really want to just extend a big thank you to the city and surrounding area of Cambridge, Massachusetts. We had such a fun talk, where students came from MIT, Harvard, Tufts, and more just to say hi and geek out. You people are all so dorktastic that going to Cambridge feels like coming home.

Looking forward to meeting geeks at tomorrow's talk. Whee!
In Boston! If you live nearby, come see me!