1 – www.whowillsurvive2012.com is updated:
A – New design
B – A game is coming soon for what looks to be for the iPhone
C – download a wallpaper
2 – www.thisistheend.com is updated (written by Charlie Frost):
Just landed the winnie in sunny San Diego. Things are heating up around the convention center, and not just because of the intense solar rays. The line-up looks great this year. With only 4 Comic-Cons left, I guess they’re pulling out all the stops. I heard there are going to be some Mayan experts on one of the panels. Searching the schedule now. But hit me back @CharlieFrost on Twitter if you have more info.
Also did anyone get the press release from The IHC this week? If not, check it out here.
According to @TheIHC on Twitter, the search for the Ambassadors mentioned in the press release will happen at Comic-con. Interesting. Will update you as I learn more.
This place is packed today. You gotta see it to believe it. Or tweet to believe it, evidently. I got this postcard on the way in to the convention center this morning.
I think it’s cute how The IHC is planning an election and looking for ambassadors for the Post-2012 world. The oxymoron of that phrase cracks me up every time. But you’ll notice the card says they’re giving away gifts. Tweet away amigo. Probably some good stuff.
I wasn’t planning on devoting so much time to The IHC while I was here, but you can’t script stuff better than this. I have it on the down low that Dr. Ulfert has reached out to some bloggers (see pic) about The IHC efforts. I guess Dr. Ulfert forgot about moi self. Offended? Nah. Horse crap, if you ask me.
Remember, folks, you heard it first from Charlie….there is no such thing as Post-2012.
If you’ve been reading my blog or following me on Twitter, you know how I feel about the IHC’s survival lottery – tom foolery. But you can sign up for a lottery ticket at their Comic-Con booth and also enter into some raffle. My favorite thing they’re giving away? Huge bags that you can fit a small village in. Perfect when packing for 2012.
So if anyone sees Charlie Frost in San Diego, tell him MovieViral.com says hello.