Researchers continue to attempt to program AI (artificial intelligence) to have the same sense of humor and comedy ability as humans do — and they fail. This article explains why the human sense of humor and comedy capabilities cannot be “programmed” into AI. Continue reading What Programmed AI Humor And New Comedians Have In Common
What type of “conventional logic” do you think works to produce a stand-up comedy routine that gets big laughs? This article discusses the fruitless logic some new comedians use to uncover stand-up comedy writing techniques that work. Continue reading The “Solid” Stand-up Comedy Writing Logic That Doesn’t Hit The Mark
Stand-up comedy tips that you find online vary greatly in value. As a matter of fact, many are produced from completely different perspectives. This article shares information that you need to know to evaluate any stand-up comedy tips that you find online. Continue reading Why Online Stand-up Comedy Tips Can Vary Greatly In Value
You might be surprised to find out that most new comedians unknowingly choose to be at a serious disadvantage in their stand-up comedy efforts. This revealing article explains why and provides the keys for having a significant advantage as a new comedian. Continue reading Advantage Or Disadvantage – Which Do You Prefer?
Conventional information on the topic of how to develop stand-up comedy material severely lacks real actionable information a new comedian can use to effectively develop a stand-up comedy routine that will actually get laughs. This article addresses these issues directly. Continue reading The Similarities Between Conventional Stand-up Comedy Education Resources And Dissecting A Frog
One of the BIG things most new comedians miss – writing and talking are two very different forms of communication in very important ways. This article explains these differences and why it matters to the comedian trying to get big laughs on stage. Continue reading The Differences Between Writing And Talking Matter As A Comedian