One of the hallmarks of geekdom is that geeks have interest in some hobby, culture or academia, to a level that is well beyond that of society. It is that geeky fetishism that typically makes geeks of like interests bond together so strongly, often at the expense of alienation from those not in that sub-culture. ( Kinda long, but maybe about youCollapse )
I espied you members with curious wonder, and— okay screw that. I just wanted to tell you guys about this community I made, called hsr_ratings. It's a ratings community where you fill out an application and get stamped by members as a character from H*R. If you guys are interested, I suggest you join and, y'know, stuff.
Oh, and by the way, you've been SBLOUNSKCHED. Or something. *devilish grin*
(By the way, can I affiliate with youse cool guys?)
OK, so this is my first real private attempt at non-linear digital video editing, like, with cuts and splices and crap. I am happy with it, and I have no intention of Lucas-ing with it in the future. I leave it to history.
Here is a little heads up with the file: It is a Quicktime MOV, encoded with H.264 encoding, so if you have Quicktime, you /should/ be able to play it. If not, try upgrading your QT.
The file is 15MB large, so please be patient if you are unfortunate enough to be on a narrow-band connection. And if you are, WTF is wrong with you??? Your three options: Cable, DSL, or move.
Please give me any feedback you have, pro + con. Thanks!
hey guys, what's the H*R cartoonthat mentions "and we all know the scariest thing is a bear holding a shark!" ?? i've been searching and it has been to no avail. i think it was a SB email, but im nnot sure. any ideas?