Saturday, May 14, 2011

Pre-Production on White Space is Official

It's been hard to update this blog because of the project I'm working on.  I can now officially say that pre-production on the feature film White Space has launched.

Mike the Pike Productions, Inc. (Pink Sheets: MIKP) ( and Ryan Colucci's' Spoke Lane Entertainment proudly announce that the partners have launched pre-production on their high-concept sci-fi thriller, White Space. MIKP CEO/Producer, Mark B. Newbauer has relocated to Los Angeles for the shoot, where he, Colucci and other project principles are working diligently toward principle photography, which is slated for June 6, 2011 at premier studios and soundstages which will be announced in line with locations as pre-production moves forward.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Workers Behind the Wheel Should Be Held to Higher Standard

A pedestrian in NYC was mowed down by a tour bus this morning.  It just so happens that the driver of the bus was drunk.

This isn't the first time an employee, whether it is from the private sector or public, that the person behind the wheel was intoxicated (drugs/alcohol) and killed someone, or multiple people.  Recently, a subway car crashed because of an impaired driver.  There was a ferry that killed a dozen people captained by a drunk.

Why are these individuals not held to a higher standard?  There is technology out there where you cannot start the vehicle unless you pass a breathalyzer test.  Citizens have to use this in certain counties after a certain number of DWI's.  For all workers who operate a vehicle - this should be mandatory.  Not as something that occurs after an incident, but mandatory.  Cops, firemen, bus drivers, subway drivers, state employees driving publicly owned vehicles, mailmen, etc... They should all be held to a higher standard.  There is no reason not to.

And if I ran a company where my employees were driving company owned vehicles, a plumbing company or Fedex or UPS or 1800-Flowers - I would require these devices in every vehicle or truck as well.  

If it became standard across the board then no one would complain.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Pawel Reports In on Bulderlyns

Pawel just sent me a few images of his work on Bulderlyns.  Not the actual artwork, but photos of how far we've come.

We're only twenty pages in on his inking - but look at how thick that stack is.  And look at how detailed Igor's pencils are - lots of work for Pawel (sorry about that - but the book will be incredible).