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Help, Suggestions, Future of The D-Word

Difficulties with The D-Word? If you can't find the right answers on our Help page, please post in this topic. Ideas for future D-Word releases or projects can be posted here as well.

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Mike Shum
Sat 24 Jan 2009Link

In reply to Doug Block's post on Fri 9 Jan 2009 :

Doug, I posted my film treatment under works in progress. But now that I think about it. I don't really want it posted for everyone to see and take. Just at such an early stage I now realize it's a bit foolish to throw an idea like that out there. Can you remove the posting?


Doug Block
Sat 24 Jan 2009Link

Done, Michael.


Mike Shum
Sat 24 Jan 2009Link

In reply to Doug Block's post on Sat 24 Jan 2009 :

Thanks a bunch Doug, I hope I didn't offend the D word...I'm still new and not used to these postings. I apologize for the irrational decisions.


Doug Block
Sat 24 Jan 2009Link

No offense and no worries. It's certainly not the first time this has happened.


James Longley
Sat 24 Jan 2009Link

It's true, Michael.
Why, I posted a copy of your film treatment just last week and had to ask Doug to take it down.


Mike Shum
Mon 26 Jan 2009Link

In reply to James Longley's post on Sun 25 Jan 2009 :

Haha I'm glad we're all aware of what we post whether it be our work or not.


Jason Osder
Sat 21 Feb 2009Link

Does the D-Word have one of those mini-apps that lets you size and crop the photo that gets used as your thumbnail? I thought I did this before, but went to do it on a new photo and could not find it.


James Longley
Sat 21 Feb 2009Link

I would also like to be able to do that. This thumbnail photo doesn't show my halo.


Erica Ginsberg
Tue 3 Mar 2009Link

Dumb question about the Reelisor topic. I notice that Ben and Doug are posting in it, but posting privileges don't seem to be extended to the rest of us. Or maybe you have to be a Reelisor member? It's not clear. Not that I have anything really to contribute to the topic. Just seems like it would be more used by D-Worders if we could actually post there since it appears no Reelisor members (other than the organizer) seem to be posting there. Maybe it's just been a soft rollout. Anyway, just wondering...


Ben Kempas
Wed 4 Mar 2009Link

Strange. It was set to allow postings from 19 January. I deleted that setting. Can you see a text box now?


Erica Ginsberg
Wed 4 Mar 2009Link

Yes, thanks. Still have nothing much to say, but the issue is fixed.


Ben Kempas
Wed 4 Mar 2009Link

Well, what would you want to know about documentary series? Tell us in the reelisor topic...


Mark Barroso
Mon 18 May 2009Link

I'm not getting the window to post a question to Fernanda. It's like it's a read-only forum.


Ben Kempas
Mon 18 May 2009Link

Thanks for pointing this out. It should be working now. Please let us know if it's not...


Mark Barroso
Mon 18 May 2009Link

working now


Doug Block
Mon 18 May 2009Link

Great, now post away, Mark.


Rhonda Moskowitz
Wed 27 May 2009Link

What do D-Worders and hosts think about starting a "Social Media" separate topic thread to cover issues using Facebook, Twitter,etc. & whatever new forms will arise? Social media may span different topics (marketing, distribution, fundraising, etc.), but I know some D-Worders are starting to use social media with varying results.

Edited Wed 27 May 2009 by Rhonda Moskowitz

Doug Block
Wed 27 May 2009Link

Hmmm, interesting idea, Rhonda...


Ben Kempas
Wed 27 May 2009Link

We could give it a try.


Marj Safinia
Wed 27 May 2009Link

I'm up for it...


John Burgan
Wed 27 May 2009Link

Let the tweeting begin.


Jo-Anne Velin
Thu 28 May 2009Link

plus, anything that takes your mind of your healing-arm pain gets my support...


Ben Kempas
Sat 30 May 2009Link

OK, Rhonda, we're giving it a try. Here's the new Social Media Topic for Members of The D-Word.


Doug Block
Sat 30 May 2009Link

We are but your humble servants.


John Burgan
Sat 30 May 2009Link

In reply to Ben Kempas's post on Sat 30 May 2009 :

After reflection, we've decided to rename the new topic to Social Networking for Filmmakers
aka Social Networking so as not to confuse with films that campaign for social change


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