Friday, July 31, 2015

Editor's Note July 30, 2015

In this editor's not I talk about the four videos that I was able to edit and schedule from the the last hangout as well as my attempts to give the other editors of M3 enough autonomy to allow them to create their own content. 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Editor's Note July 26, 2015

In this video I discuss some of the topics we covered in today's hangout as well as which segments will be made into episodes for the the M3 Bear Essentials show. I'd really like to thank Mark and Jeff for helping me in a conference call the night before the hangout. It's something I've wanted to do for a while, but couldn't find the time. A little bit of planning goes a long way.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Editor's Note July 24, 2015

Tonight, before the entertainment hangout, I recorded a few thoughts about  what's going on with M3. It's been a few months since the last time I recorded an editor's note and I want to continue improving the quality and quantity of content we publish on our platforms. A lot of what does that is soliciting feedback from our audience and from our online communities to get a better understanding of what interests them most. These notes can be a part of that process. Feel free to inbox me on Facebook or to send me an e-mail with your questions or comments.  

Tuesday, July 07, 2015


I rarely, if ever, feel guilty for the scum I put in prison. Maybe having prosecuted three hundred or more criminals has made me cynical, having heard every possible, yet implausible, defense. But I felt sorry for Ronald Williams. He was going to die Friday and I had good reason to believe there was nothing I could do about it. That was until Terri decided to recant her statement.

Two days ago, she arrived like a college girl wandering the dormitory, barefoot, wearing nothing but a very long T-shirt that grabbed her knees when she sat. She was at home in this place, the interview room at the county jail. Her hair, a mass of copper brown, a shinny new penny, loosely pulled behind her ears. Along her arms, her skin was tattooed with flowers and small daggers drawn in deep blue ink. Others, on her legs, right up to her mid-thigh, were harder for a polite person to look at. She pulled a cigarette, lit and dragged it, then began to talk.