Alyssa Huber’s Documentary to Demystify Asperger’s and H.F. Autism

Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Documentary In a society that greatly values social skills and independence, living with an autism spectrum disorder is not easy. The world from the eyes of people on the spectrum is very different from what everyone else sees. Alyssa Huber, a young woman with Asperger’s Syndrome, recognizes this and […]

Should America be Worried What the Stuxnet Virus can do Domestically?

What Would Happen if Stuxnet was Used Against the U.S.? This is the question that will be answered in the movie Crow Hill, the latest film by writer and director Rubidium Wu.   Crow Hill will follow the the agents charged with the task of recovering the virus from a band of radical environmentalist bent […]

Capitalism 2.0, The Amazing Promise of Crowd-Funding

The Promise of Crowd-Funding Years ago, when a friend and I were raising money for a technology company we had founded, a venture capitalist told us, ‘We don’t bet on the horse. We bet on the Jockey’. He was saying that if Bill Gates presented to him a terrible idea and an unknown teenager presented […]

The Bohemians Movie, a Kickstarter Project Modernizing La Bohème

The Bohemians Movie (La Bohème) on Kickstarter One of the most popular operas ever performed is Puccini’s masterpiece La Bohème. It is based on a novel written by Henri Murger. The novel is a collection of vignettes that tell the story of bohemian youth residing in the Latin Quarter of Paris during the 1840s. The […]

The Silent City Season One New York Big Screen Premiere

The Silent City Season One New York Big Screen Premiere Last week I attended the New York, big screen premiere party for The Silent City Season One.  Those that are not familiar with project, here’s a quick rundown: The Silent City is a popular web series with a respectable following that launched on YouTube a […]