"Fire is motion / Work is repetition / This is my document / We are all all we've done / We are all all we've done / We are all all we've done / We are all all defenses."

- Cap'N Jazz, "Oh Messy Life," Analphabetapolothology

Monday, March 12, 2007

net neutrality!

i just spent near to my entire day trying to
1) reorganize my hefty harddrive (so many folders! goddam it, how did i get so many folders?! i can't find anything! wot a flippin' mess!) and
2) revamping my original net neutrality video.

this new version is FAR better, and MUCH improved. (the music is actually synced now!–no small feat, but a result, funnily enough, of knowledge gleaned in my current Media Aesthetics class*)

so take a look, won't you, and justify my time...


i hope it's still relevant now. (oh, who am i kidding?! OF COURSE it's still relevant! net neutrality is the blogger's battle of the decade!)

carry on, wayward suns.
-stephan!e


*sound travels slower than light. so, soundtracks must follow the film footage by at least a couple frames in order to "sync." now, how's that for applied learnin'?!

2 comments:

LA said...

Kinda funny that you repost this as I just read about a blogger in eygpt being sentenced to 4 years in prison for blogging on the internet. Amazing when I know how backwards parts of our country is when looking out the windows we are light years ahead...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=3hIRnT2CUHs

remaerdyaD said...

stephanie: chukl - the answer as to your "folders" situation is that us humans are lazy, hyper-non-analytical beasts who must always conveniently place data where ever is the path (literally) of least resistance. I think... Um, next question. (pretending to know what I am talking about)

I am just activating my first wintel puter for somebody... reformatting and installation process yields this bizarre thing were when I go on to the "C" drive, there is three, 3!, directory 'folders' - documents, programs, windows AND like 97% free memory.

Is this even possible, I am sitting here in wonderment asking???...

As for sync'ing audio, it is a bit more complicated than that, but whatever works for you best is a good place to go.

Do you consider yourself a geek or what?

cheers

my captcha: "lzpughi" (: