Sasquan Masquerade Discs Ready

Syd Weinstein announces he has finished work on the Sasquan Masquerade recording. You can order it here, in either of the two common formats.

Sasquan Masquerade – Available in Blu-Ray or DVD version

The Masquerade disc contains all of the presentations, including the young fans, as well as the awards and the Tom Smith half time concert for over three hours of content. The presentations and the awards have been edited to add more views, stills, and complete credits for each costume.

The Blu-Ray version is NTSC 1080i High Definition as recorded on-site. The DVD version is a down convert to standard definition. Combo Packs include the DVD and the Blu-Ray copy.

He is also working on a Hugo Awards Ceremony DVD.

Information about pricing, shipping, and combo deals are available at his website.

3 thoughts on “Sasquan Masquerade Discs Ready

  1. “But are all these contributors trying to launch writing careers?”

    This doesn’t matter in the slightest. HuffPo is a professional outlet. The ultimate goals of the people who work for it don’t matter. I’m currently working on a large-scale construction project… I have no interest in trying to launch a career in construction, but I was asked to do this, and it seemed like a reasonable thing at the time. Should I not get paid for this work?

    The problem with looking at the end goals of the contributor as the deciding factor as to whether a business should pay them or not is that it doesn’t treat writing as labour–and I use labour in the job-market sense–and also opens the door to classify other kinds of work as “not labour”.

    It’s similar to the common arguments against people who work for charities or other non-profits making competitive wages. They’re doing good works, shouldn’t that be enough? No. They still have rent to pay and children to put through school and the work is just as hard.

    The argument extends through internships. Did you know that where I live (Ontario, Canada), that if the employer receives tangible benefit from an intern’s labour, or if an intern performs work that would normally–or should normally–be performed by a paid employee, then that intern *must* be paid at least the legal minimum wage for their time? Not an honorarium, but an actual wage. Once an employer receives tangible benefit, the intern has to be paid; it is no longer legal for them to be unpaid. This law exists because work has value, and our lawmakers understood that certain employment practices (HuffPo!) undermine that concept not just for a single person in a single instance, but for an entire class. And that is ultimately bad for us all.

  2. August, I think you posted in the wrong thread. You wanted Pixel Scroll 2/18/16 Pixel Bell Rock.

  3. I did, yeah. I clicked the wrong link for some reason and didn’t notice until it was too late to edit. I reposted it there.

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