To Infinity and Beyond…

I’m going to try to get at least two more posts up before the end of the year.  First (hopefully in the next few days) will be a review of Avatar (both score and thoughts on the film), and later will come the First Annual Temp Track Year End Awards Spectacular, wherein I will be bestowing awards for ‘Score Of The Year,’ ‘Composer of the Year,’ and ‘CD Release of the Year.’  Look for that sometime around the very end of the month.

It hasn’t been quite one year since the first post went up on this blog (that anniversary will be on January 10, 2010), but it has been about a year since I first started thinking about starting ‘The Temp Track,’ of course back then it was an idea without a name.  It has been quite a year, though.  Things started slow, but picked up as the summer came, and the site started averaging over 100 visits a month (pretty good by my estimation, though puny in the global scope of the internet).  But then the Fall semester hit and I wasn’t able to update nearly as often and things went down…quickly, and for that I apologize loyal reader(s?).  But I think it is about time to try to take the next step with this whole blog thing, and that is new content every week, though cannot do it alone.

This is why I would like some recruits to join me here at the Temp Track, ideally two or so.  Basically this would entail rotating duties on a new Film Score Friday Top 5 list and a “feature” post every week.  This would give each person a few weeks to prepare a new post and list to be posted (though not in the same week).  The goal is to turn this little blog into a new and shiny home for film/tv/and other media scoring reviews, analysis, and possibly news about upcoming releases.

Interested parties should comment on this thread, or contact me via other channels should you have the means.  I’m sure that WordPress allows for multiple users per account, but I’m not sure how…something else to figure out.

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