Since I created it back in 2013, Bubble has been used to format thousands of comic book scripts and the desktop client has been downloaded by hundreds of users. After a lot of scripts and a lot of feedback, it's time for Version 1.0.
"I have just made a salad"
"Sending an email to advertise your digital marketing training? Get the recipient's name right."
Kickstarter and IndieGoGo hide campaigns that fail from search engines, promoting only live campaigns and success stories.
If we can't see the failures, can we ever have a clear picture on the crowdfunding economy?
The most recent episode of Doctor Who, "Listen", dug deep into show runner Steven Moffat's favourite collection of tropes and had all the quirks that make his writing so popular. There were scary bits, there were funny bits, and there were surprising bits. There was pathos and new additions to the overall "mythology" of Moffat-era Who.
There was a monster that it's easy for kids to dress up as and easy, oh so very easy, for them to imagine is hiding under their bed. But a lot of people are asking the same question... just what the hell was it?
Showrunner Steven Moffat has described Michelle Gomez as "brilliant, Scottish, and a tiny bit satanic" and with only a few moments on screen so far in the series, she's managed to become one of its biggest talking point.
Everyone wants to know one thing... just who the hell is she?
Last week's #FutureChat was all about data - sales data, publication data, and the holy grail of readership data. When writers and publishers all want this data, who gains by sitting on it? I seem to be becoming #FutureChat's resident conspiracy theorist, and I have a theory...