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Have you checked out Hollywood the Game yet? The web’s best Hollywood simulation game…

The game’s official description:

Ever dream of writing your own film, taking it from conception and development to the masses? You’re not alone! In virtual Hollywood the entire entertainment world is at your feet. You can work with the studios and top TV networks to produce the movies you’d want to see and the television shows that deserve to be on the air. You can also become a renowned critic, or a beat reporter for one of our local newspapers. In Hollywood the Game everything is player run, so one day you might run a studio and make all of the big decisions! Interested in playing HTG? Then join our community of like minded individuals now! It’s free!

You can learn more about Hollywood the Game by heading here.

Posted on August 25th, 2011 by admin | Leave a Comment (2)
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This article is brought to you by Blue Sky Scrubs.

I know, as comfortable as it looks, and as awesome as it would be… most jobs don’t let us come in wearing scrubs. You only get that pleasure if you are a doctor, nurse, surgeon, physician… or if you play one on television (like the cast of Grey’s Anatomy to the left of this article).  Everyone else has to wear normal clothes (or… ugh… a suit and tie). In my honest opinion, every job should allow workers to wear nursing scrubs.

I’m serious.

No, really, I am. Lets think about it for a moment. If everyone was wearing ultra comfortable scrubs everyday there would be a ton of benefits. Number one: Productivity would rise as comfortable people get more done and concentrate better (I’m sure I can find an internet poll to back me up on this). Number two: Out goes the worry about what to wear tomorrow. You’ll know just what to wear, now the only decision will be what color of awesome scrubs do you wanna wear or mix and match? Number three: Think of all the money you’ll save on work specific clothes. Honestly, do you need more than three reasons to want to go to work in scrubs? No? Neither do I, I think I’ll try it out tomorrow.

This article was inspired by Blue Sky Scrubs, you can check them out at http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/categories/Scrubs/Scrubs-for-Women/.

Posted on August 25th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off on All Jobs Should Allow Scrubs
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Guest post written by Judy Guerrero.

Wall Street is a place where more happens than most of us are aware of. This is the place where so much about the price of different goods is determined. It is important that you are paying attention to what is going on up there. That is why the show Wall Street Warriors is so interesting to me. This show is all about the different people that work on Wall Street. It shows the different things that they do in their jobs and helps explain what is going on to the average individual out there who has no clue about what is going on.

I think that a show like Wall Street Warriors is great both as an educational show and for entertainment value as well. I personally make sure that I tune in each week on my bestchoicetv.com to catch the episodes. It is a new show, so it is hard to say which episode is my favorite yet. I would just say the first episode titled “Capitalism Rules” simply because of the fact that it was the episode that introduced me to the show. If you want to be entertained or educated, it is important that you make sure that you tune in to this show as often as possible. I learn something new every time I tune in and I think you will too.

Posted on July 25th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off on A show about the happenings on Wall Street
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Guest Author: Jonathan Suarez.

I thought that the hardest part about moving would be the packing and unpacking, but I was very wrong! Really, the biggest struggle for me turned out to be utilities which were something I hadn’t really put any thought into at all! I had researched WIRELESS INTERNET COMPANIES pricing before I moved in, so that actually wasn’t a big deal. I had it hooked up before the big move and everything’s been fine since my first connection. My water, on the other hand, was not so easy. When I first got here everything was turned off so I couldn’t even flush the toilets! It took a day and a half, but I finally got that worked out with the water company. After a similar episode with the power company I thought I was finished… that is until I realized I’d forgotten to set up trash pick up! It took them three weeks to get me into the rotation and my trash situation became pretty gross pretty quickly. I’m glad that’s all over with!

Posted on May 21st, 2011 by admin | Comments Off on My moving struggles
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Hollywood The Game (HTG) is a Hollywood & Filmmaking Simulation Game that is open and free to players of all ages. Players can take the roles of studio heads, producers, critics, journalists, marketing agents, creative companies, real estate agents, and casting agents to name a few.

The backbone of the game emphasizes the producer/writer career, in which a player has the chance to write, cast, market (make posters, trailers, ads, etc. for your film), and produce their own films. The film is then released into HTG theaters, getting reviews and feedback from the rest of players, as well as receiving money from the HTG box-office. Everything in this game is simulated, including the films, (i.e., they’re not real films; just scripts, summaries, short stories, etc.), money, possessions, and posters and ads. Overall, it is a completely free, fun way to hone your screenwriting skills while having fun with a game at the same time.

You can access the site by clicking on this link. The game is finishing up its 10th session of virtual television and is entering a epic summer movie season that includes a new Batman adaptation, along with remakes of Hellraiser and Friday the 13th, and a ton of original pieces that producers are hoping to blow you away with! Hope to see you in Hollywood: The Game!

Posted on May 15th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off on Hollywood the Game – Virtual Filmmaking!
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“If someone’s dumb enough to offer me a million dollars to make a picture,
I’m certainly not dumb enough to turn it down.”

Posted on March 23rd, 2011 by admin | Comments Off on Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011)
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