“Love is such a far reaching concept.” (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
When I first came across the website for Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s collaborative production company, hitRECord, I knew two things: I want to blog about this and I want to blog about this with the secret hope “Regular Joe” sees it, wants to meet me, and we fall madly in love and get married.
So far, a total of ONE person found my blog by typing Joseph Gordon-Levitt into Google, so maybe it was him and we’re destined to be together. OK, reality check, someone also came across my blog by searching “baby shower braces,” so I am not going to rely on the use of the Internet to be connected to JGL, or any other romantic interest for that matter.
But I will use the Internet to explore the depths of hitRECord, which is a collaborative production company where artists of all sorts can contribute their work, either individually or as an addition to someone else’s, and maybe get paid for it. According to “Regular Joe,” when a piece of work submitted to the site makes money, the proceeds are split between the company and the artist 50/50.
When I have the moola to do so, I definitely plan on contributing by (until I maybe work up the courage to write something on the site) buying the first book/DVD/CD of work produced by the hitRECord folks entitled RECollection, volume 1.
Putting aside the huge crush I have on JGL, I really respect the film choices he makes and that respect grew tenfold after learning about his “by the people, for the people,” production company.
There are endless works of photography, film, music, poetry and stories to browse through on the site and the hitRECord crew also does live shows. I really, really, really, hope they come to the Twin Cities someday, but in the meantime I’ll be lost in my forever favorite website. And now I’m sharing it with you, go there!

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