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A story of deception and greed. Baby Boomers are reaching a point where they have become more of a burden on the society than themselves. The solution is simple. Kill yourselves. Please.

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Words: 9,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452349183
About Randall Dark

Back in 1986, Randall P. Dark was given the opportunity to view High Definition in Toronto for the first time and knew it was the future of images. A few short years later, after working on the High Definition production, Chasing Rainbows for CBC, he founded HD Vision in New York City and Dallas. The company’s mandate was to specialize in the growth of High Definition, launching Dark into the position of technological and creative visionary worldwide. An undisputed pioneer in the emerging industry.

During the transition from Analog Broadcast Television to Digital, Randall was selected to produce and direct demonstration programs that would test the ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee)system. He was also responsible for the first live, High Definition closed-circuit broadcast of a major sporting event to Washington DC so that members of the FCC and Congress would have an opportunity to experience High Definition and determine if it was a viable new system for the United States. During the transition, many Television stations consulted with Randall for everything from what equipment to purchase to the basic question, "Why should we convert to HD?" He became recognized as the High Definition "Guru" and was featured in dozens of magazine articles and cover stories.

In the last 2 decades, Randall has built production and post production facilities in New York, Dallas and Los Angeles. The Los Angeles company included a state of the art Broadcast Facility. He was also responsible for building and/or running 4 High Definition mobiles. In 2007, Dark opened Randall Dark Productions, headquartered in the popular, Indy-friendly city of Austin, Texas. He is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and is one of a select few members of the Consumer Electronics Association’s Academy of Digital Pioneers, a group recognized for their efforts implementing Digital Television in the United States. Dark also received one of the International Electronic Cinema Festival's top honors: The Pioneer Award, bestowed in recognition of extraordinary contributions to the success of HDTV. Dark also serves as the Artistic Director for the Macao China International DigitalCinema Festival which he co-founded in 2009 to showcase films from around the world.

Recognized globally as an expert in emerging technologies, Randall recently gave a Key Note address at the Creative Storage Conference in Las Vegas, the HD Summit in Los Angeles and the Production Innovations Forum in Toronto, Canada. Randall also has spoken to audiences at events including: MIPCOM, ASBAA-Hong Kong, Tokyo International Film Festival, Banff World Television Festival, National Association of Broadcaster's Convention, International Electronic Cinema Festival, Infocomm, Consumer Electronic Show, HDExpo, World Television Forum, CreaTVty Zurich, Canadian Association of Broadcasters Convention, Hollywood Post Alliance, New York State Bar Association, Bear Stearns Media Conference and NATPE.

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Review by: eddie willis on Jan. 26, 2011 : (no rating)
well written! I couldn't put it down.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Mandy Isaac on May 16, 2010 : (no rating)
I was intrigued to read more by this author after having just read an exquisitely delightful children's novel entitled "Tale of the Sasquatch."
Randall P. Dark clearly demonstrates his range with "Deception" -- quite a heavy piece.
The love story between the protagonists is quite beautiful, though tragic, despite the indignity and desperation that they must endure growing old. Dark does a phenomenal job broaching the existence and definition of evil by cleverly revisting the Adam and Eve story retold in a realistic and identifiable modern day setting. Unlike the biblical tale, there is no disputing the authenticity of these characters and the roles that they play. The antagonist not only slithers into the characters' minds and rationale, but also into the minds and rationale of the reader. The desperation of the protagonists is palpable. What easier prey than those that are desperate...
Dark did a wonderful job with "Deception." I highly recommend it, as well as his other works, to anyone who enjoys the many layers of a well written piece.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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