Last night Kristine’s family and I were again absorbed in rewatching “John Adams”, until I was sidetracked with a totally mystifying question.
Why wasn’t anyone thunderstruck with any of the amazing connections we revealed John Adams about this program two years ago?
Were the claims too diametrically opposed to accepted common knowledge?
Was it because the Family Forest® National Treasure Edition was not yet available (as it is now) to verify these connections?
Was the point missed that these connections related personally to everyone who reads them?
Any thoughts to demystify this mystery will be greatly appreciated.
It’s happening Sunday January 17, 2010. A number of the nominees are already extensively networked in the Family Forest® to each other, to historical characters portrayed in the movies, and most importantly, to viewers in the audience.
More of the free visually engaging Ancestors-at-a-glance™ fan charts have just been posted, and some of the stars and characters include Sigourney Weaver, Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Clint Eastwood and Georgia O’Keeffe.
The Family Forest® is a digital Hollywood resource that picks up where IMDb leaves off in two areas. One is connecting fans through family ties to Hollywood personalities and movie characters, and the other is having content and family ties for many of IMDb’s character profiles which are now empty or very skeletal.
The edutaining Family Forest® Project is Networking Family History with Hollywood™ and connecting audiences through actual family ties better than any other digital resource, either online or offline, as the new Family Forest® National Treasure Edition proves.
Enjoy the show!
P.S. The Family Forest® Project needs a celebrity spokesperson. Details available here.