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Good names come in threes

I’ve added two new blog links to the sidebar, and you can tell they’re men of distinction, because they’re both named Sean.

Sean Pronay is a friend from Cincinnati, who I met through a local Dennis Kucinich group during the 2004 election. In addition to sharing many of my political perspectives, he also is a video/media guy. His experience comes more from the advertising world, as opposed to my work mostly being in the public sector – as such, he is certainly more knowledgable about persuasion than I am. And if you happen to have stereotypical ideas about what advertising people are like, then you need to learn more about Mr. Pronay.

Sean Bieri is a minicomics artist in the Detroit area. I’ve been a fan of his work since the early ’90’s, but have not ever posted a link to him before. This is because, until a week ago, he never had a web presence to which one could link. Much of his work is wonderfully irreverent, and I look forward (and you should, too) to it being posted on his new blog.

Posted by seaking on 04-08-2006 at 10:04 pm
Posted in Arts/Media, Comics, Links

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  1. Thanks for the link, Mr. Kinlin — and quadruple-thanks for the comments, all of which are profoundly flattering, though I don’t question your sincerity. If I were so much as remotely gifted in the fine art of persuasion, I’d get laid at least once a year. I merely emphasize the innate truth of my advertisers’ products and services.

    I just skimmed through Mr. Bieri’s blogspot, and I love his illustrations. He’s really quite talented.

    Enough ego massage — I need to eat something and get back to work. Peace.

    Comment by Prónius — April 30, 2006 @ 12:47
  2. No problem. You’re quite welcome.

    If you like Sean B.’s illustrations, you’d love his comics. I don’t think he has them for sale on the web yet, but sometime I may be able to loan you some.

    Comment by seaking — May 4, 2006 @ 21:23

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