avary-mystfest.jpgRoger Avary reports that he and Neil Gaiman have locked themselves in a hotel room and are currently hammering out Beowolf rewrites for Robert Zemeckis. He marvels over the fact that he and his Mac can effortlessly exchange files with Gaiman's Dell via Bluetooth; when the two worked together on their first draft eight years ago, file transfers were subject to "an archaic and forgotten form of media known as a floppy disk." This tidbit comes from the Pulp Fiction co-writer, Rules of Attraction director's blog, which is generally a good place for items that find the convergence point of insider-y gossip and tech-y wonder.
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