The Production Room was founded in 1995 as one of the first full time digital commercial recording facilties on the central coast of California. We started with 4 stereo tracks, 16 mb of ram and a 250 mb hard drive. A lot has happened since then. Today we're focusing on ways to serve clients who are creating web based media content. This includes strategic planning to integrate the benefits of traditional media, web design and IT solutions into new programs produced especially for on-line consumers. Join in the conversation. Throw rocks at glass houses. Share your vision of the future. This is the most progressive time in the media arts since Johannes Gutenburg invented movable type!

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Pardon Our Mess...Alchemy in Progress!

Alchemy is an early protoscientific practice combining elements of chemistry, physics, astrology, art, semiotics, metallurgy, medicine, mysticism, and religion. There were three main goals many alchemists sought for. The most renowned goal of alchemy is the transmutation of any metal into either gold or silver.Also they tried to create universal panacea, a remedy that would cure all diseases and prolong life indefinitely. The philosopher's stone was the key in these goals. ...

This week a team assembled from at least 3 companies and several states have been in a mad rush to build a new website for The Production Room.

If the alchemists goal was to transmute base metals into gold, then our goal is nothing less than to convert the lead weight of our static web display into a golden doorway to future online prosperity. If that sounds overly ambitious, well, that is the nature of alchemy. Why stop at basic chemistry when riches could be all around you. And why settle for a Band-Aid when a Universal Panacea is just waiting to be discovered?

I'll have more to say about the site in the next week or so. Until then, I'll be out in the garage tinkering with the laws of science and nature.

1 comment:

Taymar said...

Website redesign is magic. I just wish it could happen without my participation. My site is ready to go, with one exception: my content.

There are so many things to juggle with running a business. I guess the key is to let it go, delegate a little and leave the hard parts to the universe to figure out.

I can't wait to see your new site. Let me know how it goes...