Okay, vacation is over for the Vischer family, and now it's time to get busy. Really busy.
I spent the last two days in Orlando at the International Christian Visual Media conference, where I spoke a few times and gave a bunch of Christian filmmakers a sneak peek at JellyTelly. Now we're hunkered down preparing for the big Christian retail convention next week, also in Orlando. And for those of you who have been dying to see what JellyTelly is really going to be like, well, your time has come.
Next Monday (7/14) we're "officially" announcing JellyTelly at the convention, and posting a demo video online that explains the whole concept and shows a bunch of sample programming. So after talking about this stuff for months and months, it's finally time to let you see it.
Come back Monday for the fun!
AWESOME! I can’t wait to see the demo video. 🙂
I heard good things about your talks at ICVM. Great job!
At last! I can’t wait. I’ll be praying for you Phil!
I can hardly wait for the video to come, I hope you had fun on your “vacation” Phil.
I can’t wait for the demo either.
Count on me being here on Monday. Can’t wait to see Jelly Telly
I’ve been following along since the Promiseland conference. Is it time to announce and pass out the website to my 150 kids?
Finally! I’ve been waiting for this. I’ll watch it first thing when I get home from work.
That is absolutely fantastic!!! I am so bummed I will be on vacation. But, I will be sure to check it out as soon as we get back. Congratulations! I am sure this is such and exciting time.
I AM SO PUMPED !!!!
PS – The new Veggie is great. Lot’s of super funny adultish humor.
Thank you for sharing with us of ICVM.com! JellyTelly sounds of God and you’ve created a nice buzz. ~M
To quote someone else, “Let’s put a dent in the universe”!
Hi Mr. Vischer,
I am the one who snagged you out of the art store in downtown disney to get a picture with my family a few days back. Thank you so much for the time you gave us and for doing all the fun voices. We are really excited about all your upcoming stuff (jelly telly), and can’t wait to see what happens with everything. Thank you again, Cecilia Rusch