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May 1st is Free Comic Book Day 2010

Every year, the first Saturday in May is Free Comic Book Day.  Participating stores give out free comics to anybody who comes in.  See the Free Comic Book Day site to find a store near you.


Dumbworld Asks, What is Good Music to Workout To?

My favorite for now are the Mad Decent Worldwide Radio podcasts, and they are free.  It’s been described as NPR for the streets. Continue reading

For Second Saturday Painter Ryan Seng’s Blind Tiger Exhibition at Sacramento’s Shady Lady Saloon

One of Dumbworld’s favorite painters, Ryan Seng is having his Blind Tiger Exhibition, Saturday, April 10, 2010, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, at the Shady Lady Saloon and Mahony Art Loft, 1409 R Street corner of R and 14th, Sacramento, California.

We worked with him on Natasha Kmeto’s video for Drunk Dial.  More on Ryan here, but don’t click on it if you are easily offended. Oops, I knew that would get you to click on it.

48 Hours Sacramento

It is the Sacramento International Film Festival 48 Hour Film contest time again.  Cast and Crew call March 12th. The contest runs from March 19-21.

2010 I Love Film Mixer

The El Dorado County Lake Tahoe I Love Film Industry Mixer is upon us again.  March 19, 2010 at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville.  Free admission and prize raffles. filmtahoe.com for more info

Free Webinar on Video Compression Recipes

Looking back at some of my videos on the web, they just don’t look as good as I would like them to look, so I am going to do the Center for New Media Studies Free Webinar on Video Compression.

Below is a preview of the webinar

Dumbworld Says, Get Some for Free- Be a Baller on a Budget. Celebrate Sacramento Museum Day (Unless you aren’t in sacramento. If not, then celebrate your own museum day)

Dumbworld recently took the show on the road to Chicago.  One thing that we brought back with us was an appreciation for a good museum (the Field Museum and the Museum of Science and Industry were a nerd’s paradise).  Museums are where they hide a lot of the cool stuff.

Sacramento has some pretty good museums of its own.  The Crocker Museum is always interesting, and it is always free on Sundays, from 10am-1pm.  The Crocker is a good place to take a date, especially if she is a nerd, as it makes you seem cultured and is easy on the wallet (in these tough economic times). Or if you are really trying to make a good impression (and spend little or no money), take said date out on February 6th for Sacramento Museum Day.  You get free admission to a slew of museums, which I am told are guaranteed to get the juices flowing. If you can somehow pull a “hey, let’s celebrate Valentines Day a week early this year”- now you’ve killed two birds with one stone.