A: Simple, email me (email@example.com) and tell me what doesn't work.
A: Sorry, pal. There areas are locked because I chose for them to be. If you want access, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and ask. Don't be ashamed if I say, "no," I still love you!
A: Try clicking one of the alternate links, found below the video.
A: Take a look at the description; it's the address of the video. Or you're welcome to try the QuickTime or Vimeo versions.
A: I'd love to know about them. Please email me (email@example.com) so I can fix them as soon as possible.
A: It shouldn't be, anymore. But if it is, I take that half as good news…'cause people might actually be on it!
A: They're pretty crappy, actually. This site is hosted atop my refrigerator on an old Compaq (running Ubuntu Server 9.04.) It was a 2.53GHz single-core Intel Celeron D and 512MB of RAM. 27GB formatted hard drive space. See? You don't need much for a webserver. Need help setting one up? I might be able to help, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
A: I created this on Adobe Dreamweaver The images and gradient were also made by myself.
A: A Canon 60D.
A: A Canon HV30.
A: An old Sony Handycam. My old animations were done with a digital point and shoot and a basic movie editing program (iMovie, I think.)
A: Sorry, but these aren't hosted locally, and aren't under my control. I link them here because I like them, and use them. In actuality, though, they are hosted on my friend's server.
A: Email them to: email@example.com.
The Pedlar A British man selling Union Jacks faces unexpected competition from a Russian selling Soviet flags.
This was my final project for my COMM 242 class at Penn State.