Wednesday, March 29, 2006

We couldn't have said it better --- wait, yes we could

As a science-nut, I get Scientific American. I love that magazine. Imagine my surprise when I opened up the first page and read ... an EXACT SYNOPSIS OF OUR MOVIE. That's right. It's as if someone had sat down with us, spent a couple of hours interviewing us, done some fact-checking, and then written a one-page summary of our documentary.

Don't believe me? Check it out. It's called "The Collider Calamity"and features a lovely picture of the Fermilab Hi Rise, where we have spent so much time the last 18 months.

Yes, that's right, editors of Scientific American. EIGHTEEN MONTHS we've been working on this story. It's with a strange mixture of pride and anxiety that I read this article: pride that we're so ahead of the curve, and anxiety that we've got to move quickly and finish our film before it becomes old news.

I'm tempted to write a letter to the editors and tell them about our film in progress, with a big fat link to our web site. What do you think? Should I do it?


Bill said...

Jeff -

I think you should do more than write a letter to the editor. You should call him/her and discuss it. It could be an opportunity to get them on your side and help publicize your film.

Bill Rexroad
Hutchinson Kansas

tickmeister said...

I agree. By all means contact them.

Professor said...

Yep. Contact em. I'm nodding my head in Maryville.