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My documentary now available online!

Posted by Leslye on Apr 25, 2013 in News

wtf: an okaymentary

Before terms like “social networking” and “online community” were commonplace, the idea of meeting people on the internet was still fairly weird. This documentary on online communities, which I co-directed and edited, played in film festivals in 2007 and is now available online. You can watch it online, download or order the DVD.

Leslye Interviewed on Fabulous & Frugal

Posted by Leslye on Mar 4, 2013 in News

Meet DreamGirl Leslye Reaves: Filmmaker, Aspiring Novelist and Serial Entrepreneur

Fabulous and Frugal

 

 

Issue 8 of The Quotable

Posted by Leslye on Feb 8, 2013 in News

Issue 8 - The QuotableThe Winter 2013 issue of The Quotable, “Storytelling”, is out now.

Check out fabulous fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry and art from emerging artists.

 

Issue 7 of The Quotable

Posted by Leslye on Nov 19, 2012 in News

The Fall 2012 issue of The Quotable, “Feast or Famine”, is out now. Check out fabulous fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry from upcoming writers.

 

48 Hour Film Project 2010

Posted by Leslye on Jun 10, 2010 in News

We had a great team this year and I think we may have the seven-minute-made-in-48-hours-thriller-of-the-year.  Watch the film here.

UPDATE: We won: Best Musical Score, Best Use of Line of Dialogue, Best Choreography for the 48 Hour Film Project, Hampton Roads, VA

48 Hour Film Project team forming

Posted by Leslye on May 15, 2010 in News

I’m forming my team for this year’s Hampton Roads 48 Hour Film Project. Check out my projects from other years here.

Paul James’ acting reel

Posted by Leslye on Feb 16, 2010 in News

Recently I edited the acting reel of my brother, Paul.  For the past few years, my talented younger brother has been a cast member on the ABC Family show Greek.  He’s also worked on several independent films and TV guest roles.  I hope his reel shows off his range and gets him lots more work.

Check it out here!

Server Outage

Posted by Leslye on Feb 11, 2010 in News
Yesterday there was an outage at our hosting service provider, which caused a downtime of several hours.  I have not detected any data loss, thankfully, and apparently one reason for the lengthy downtime was the filesystem checking of each server to verify to that all of the data was intact.  My deepest apologies to everyone affected by the downtime and for the inconvenience it has caused.  Here is the statement from the hosting provider.
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On February 10, 2:14pm CST, WiredTree experienced a brief, one-second outage at our data center located in CoreSite at 427 S. LaSalle in downtown Chicago. This issue effected one segment of our datacenter space and caused any servers effected to reboot.
The event occurred during a scheduled, annual UPS maintenance process that required the UPS to be transferred from normal operation to “maintenance bypass.” Preliminary indications show the main switchboard supplying power to the critical load detected an “under- frequency condition” alarm, which resulted in the ATS (automatic transfer switch) transferring back to utility power and a one-second interruption of critical power. The cause of the “under frequency condition” has been identified as a failed generator.
The generator in question has been removed for immediate, emergency maintenance. As a result, emergency power is being provided by an alternate generator at this time. All scheduled UPS maintenance has been halted until the emergency generator in question can be repaired and fully-tested, estimated by close of business tomorrow.
We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience this has caused. Server uptime is as important to us as it is to you and you can rest assured that we will take every precaution to prevent this situation from happening again.

On Wednesday, Feb. 10, there was an outage at our hosting service provider, which caused a downtime of several hours.  I have not detected any data loss, thankfully, and apparently one reason for the lengthy downtime was the filesystem checking of each server to verify to that all of the data was intact.  My deepest apologies to everyone affected by the downtime and for the inconvenience it has caused.

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