"Our patrons love that," said Lynn Hawkins, director of the Mentor Public Library."They love being able to chat with the authors, so it's an easy transition to say face-to-face would be better, and we have Skype technology available." Hawkins hopes to eventually have a station where patrons can use Skype to video conference like a higher tech phone booth. Sometimes, when we're so engrossed in the epicness of the film we're watching, we barely give a second thought to the amount of time, hard-work and effort that goes into creating them.For 99% of the stunts we see, everything went without a hitch thanks to the incredibly talented and self-sacrificing people that work in movie stunt co-ordination.
Also, a Kenyan doctor describes his work running a circumcision clinic, health writer Mercedes Sayagues gives her controversial opinion on the issue and a South African doctor describes the circumcision campaign in several southern African countries.The club used a program called Skype that allows users to video conference via computer.A few of Mentor Library's book clubs have used conference calls to chat with authors before, but it was the first time the Profilers had teleconferenced with an author.The "Dark Knight" nickname was first applied to Batman in Batman #1 (1940), in a story written by Bill Finger.The Dark Knight was filmed primarily in Chicago, as well as in several other locations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Hong Kong.