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Daniel Will-Harris
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Daniel Will-Harris decided as long as a hyphen is part of his name, it could be part of his job description, too. So he’s an inventor-writer-designer-improviser-actor-producer-singer-songwriter.

MoMA calls him "a computer graphics pioneer," and his work "truly unique."

He’s currently working on a new invention designed to make you feel better (you want it already, don’t you?).

Among his other designs are over a dozen unique watches sold in museums around the world.

He’s written eight books and three screenplays that have been produced. He’s acted in feature films, television, web and on-stage.

As the inventor of Walletology he’s is, not surprisingly, also the world's foremost Walletologist.

He enjoys dark chocolate and communicating with dogs telepathically. Improv is his religion. You can see all he does at www.will-harris.com .

Blog Entries by Daniel Will-Harris

Don't Worry, You Might Die

Posted January 9, 2012 | 14:20:39 (EST)

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There's always a difference between what someone says and what you hear. Whatever the words are, they get filtered through your brain and distorted through however you perceive the "tone of voice" of the speaker.

Take today, for example -- I have a cold...

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Marrying Technology (GPS Junkie)

Posted December 21, 2011 | 16:21:04 (EST)

There's a lot of blather from the nutjobs who don't believe that people in love should be allowed to marry each other. They claim that this will lead to people marrying their pets (who among us has a pet we're not already married to?), or our cars. That's ridiculous.

Me...

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Sorry-Grateful

1 Comments | Posted November 15, 2011 | 03:40:29 (EST)

A recollection in real time, written as an IM chat on gmail with my friend and fellow Marinprov improviser Charles Souby.

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(At the time the only things I was grateful for were my thumb, and the satin edge of...

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Making Your Own Magic Kingdom

Posted November 1, 2011 | 12:24:00 (EST)

I just got back to the real world -- from Disneyland. It was fascinating to watch people from all over the world as they were brilliantly funneled through cleverly planned entertainment. (Disclaimer: Call me "old school" but I only like the pre-Fantasia Mickey Mouse with no eye-balls and have never...

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Yet Another Life Lesson

Posted October 3, 2011 | 01:11:00 (EST)

When I turned 50 I decided it was time to start trying new things. Since this can be scary -- I imagine myself wearing a T-shirt that says, "Nobody's died from this yet!"

So I donned my imaginary T-shirt and got on the boat to go parasailing. I wanted...

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