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My Blogs

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Dan Sarto

Time well wasted is time well misspent: 10 Till 6 - Your work day almost over, your restless mind wanders as you sit futzing with your cell phone and debating calzone or pad thai for dinner, while re-reading 5 times the same useless post on TMZ about another drunken reality star giving their Pomeranian a Mohawk, or botox, or both. And still you wonder why your parents are so disappointed in you?

Rather than perpetuate your career decline, spend a few minutes expanding your normally limited horizons and check out what other more interesting and talented professionals are doing with their lives. Learn something. Get inspired. You can update your Facebook later – deep down you know no one really cares anyway.

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Dan Sarto

Those wildly intrepid globe trotters at AWN have done it again! They are traveling the globe one animation-related festival and event at a time just to bring you gossip, glory, tears, trials, tribulations, geekdom, fandom, toons, awards, news, photos, dreams dashed / realized and more right to your computer screen. Don’t feel like heading out to Annecy but want to know who’s bringing what? No cash for Comic-Con but dying to see the latest in Storm Trooper fashion? We’ll bring you photos from the show floor, news from the circuits and tips on who to see, what to do, what to wear.

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Dan Sarto

Follow the animated short film Oscar® Nominees annual big studio screening and schmoozing tour.  This annual tour, founded and coordinated by AWN's president Ron Diamond, is an animation industry star studded extravaganza. Various editors, led by AWN's Content Director Rick DeMott, have chronicled the tour since 2007 as they've journeyed to Disney, Dreamworks, Sony Imageworks, ILM, PDI to name a few.

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From the publisher of AWN comes a blog designed to provide you a nominal amount of information on subjects slightly relevant so you can quickly learn just enough in order not technically to be “lying” when asked in conversation if you’ve heard anything about said subjects. We all strive to be "casually uninformed" - some more successfully than others. We know just enough to nod our heads and avoid looking clueless. I've gotten by that way for years. Maybe this blog can help you get there too. If you've got comments, questions or the need to hurl some choice invectives, you can contact me at dsarto at awn dot com.

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Dan Sarto

The FMX Conference brings together each year some of the most creative and accomplished professionals in animation, visual effects, gaming, visualization and education. Thousands of people from around world attend the conference in Stuttgart’s Haus der Wirtschaft to find out about current trends, innovative approaches and latest achievements in the world of digital entertainment. AWN has been an enthusiastic media partner of FMX for 8 years, chronicling the event in the hopes of sharing with our readers a sense of how important the event has become and how much it has to offer everyone in our community.

This blog will introduce to you some of the key participants, through intimate interviews where they discuss themselves and their work, as well as through recordings of their presentations and panel discussions, where they share with you their insight and their knowledge.

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Dan Sarto

GOING MOBILE provides AWN readers with new and exciting information, perspective and advice on the latest in mobile computing platforms, apps, games and development, as well as the people and companies on the leading edge of innovation.

This blog is for people immersed in digital art and technology geared towards mobile communications and technology who want to stay current.

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Dan Sarto

I’M GAME provides AWN readers with new and exciting information, perspective and advice on the latest in computer games, including profiles, reviews and interviews. This blog is for people who are immersed in digital arts and the ever-changing convergence with technology, who want to know even more and interact with other experts in the field. Contributors include Scott Steinberg, John Gaudiosi and Janet Rae-Dupree.

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Dan Sarto

The VIEW Conference is the premiere international event in Italy on Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques, Digital Cinema, 2D/3D Animation, Gaming and VFX.

VIEW focuses on exploring the increasingly fluid boundary between real and digital worlds. Through lectures, meetings, tributes, exhibits, screenings and demo presentations VIEW reveals the new digital frontier sweeping from cinema to architecture, from automotive design to advertisement, from medicine to videogames.

This blog will introduce to you some of the key participants, through intimate interviews where they discuss themselves and their work, as well as through recordings of their presentations and panel discussions, where they share with you their insight and their knowledge.