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Friday, March 20, 2009


Over the past couple of months the whole notion of Twitter has really blown up and between Twitter and Facebook, everyone can basically communicate to everyone else instantly what they're doing or thinking at that moment.

Personally, I've only been using my Twitter page to communicate the latest Penn news and occasionally my opinions about some TV shows... but I'm (gulp) beginning to see the addicting quality to it. In the near future, I'll probably also use Twitter to share some cool, useful (not necessarily Penn related) and free tech sites and products on the web.

I think the video above really and hysterically nails this Twitter revolution down PERFECTLY!

...My favorite lines used as tweet examples in the above video:
  • "I'm watching TV with my cat" and 
  • "Just found a parking space"
What do you think?  Comment below and leave your twitter address for others to follow!

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Thursday, March 19, 2009


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Between movies, tv and commercials, busy actress Liz Banks (C'96) manages to fit in another funny short video she did for the Funny or Die site.

Check out the video above where "Mercy Corp will help with almost everything, except talking tabloid trash and boob jobs."

Other Penn actors here


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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Apparently, this past week some "Penn-hopeful" high school students have had the luck of the Irish, while others, well, ...not so much.

Over the past week, I've been seeing lots of "got into Penn!" and "damn you Penn!" type tweets in my Twitter feed.

It's one thing when you're accepted into Penn (click HERE to see a 2012 acceptance letter being opened, as well as my own acceptance letter).

But it's a whole ball of wax when you're not accepted, yet put on the "waiting list". Check out this great video below to see what I'm talking about...


While this video was probably taken sometime last April, it still holds up. I wonder if this kid ever got taken off the wait list. Anybody?



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Monday, March 16, 2009



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Co-directors Michael Pertnoy (C'06) (left) and Michael Kleiman (C'06) (below left) are preparing to launch their feature documentary The Last Survivor which focuses on genocide awareness, prevention, and survivor advocacy.  The film follows the lives of survivors from The Holocaust, Rwanda, Darfur, and Congo. 


Per Pertnoy,
"The Last Survivor is centered on the basic premise that genocide is not only a consequence of intolerance and discrimination, but also the important acknowledgment that “democracy dies if you don’t work for it”—that we each have role in ending genocide and improving our world. By focusing on the work of several Survivors turned activists who are leading this global fight to end genocide, the film seeks to inspire youth to get involved in the democratic process – taking an active stand against genocide as an idea and practice in the 21st century. Ultimately, the film will be a call to collective action, declaring that we all have a responsibility and obligation to end genocide and it is only by walking together—each taking his/her own small steps—that real change is created."

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More from the 2 Michael's on:

  • The Huffington Post here
  • and on their website here

On a related note, and speaking of alumni documentary filmmakers, you may recall that last May I wrote a post about Jon Kean's (C'89, Mask and Wig, Friars) moving documentary Swimming in Auschwitz.  I just heard that this documentary will be broadcast on over 230 PBS stations throughout the U.S. starting on April 8th. Please consult your local listings for more information. More info about Jon's film at his website here


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