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Here’s the “official version”:
And here’s an “Extended Cut” from a different perspective:
This web series (to be released as a TV movie in 2013) follows the adventures of young Ensign William Adama, the later commander of the Battlestar Galactica. Now he’s just eager to get into his Viper and wipe out some Cylon raiders in the ongoing war. But for the time being he’s being ordered to pilot a Raptor instead of a Viper.
Do you still remember Do You Wanna Date My Avatar?
Now there’s a new music video from The Guild, this time in Bollywood style:
But others have tasted blood as well and thus Michele Boyd, Clare Grant, Milynn Sarley, Rileah Vanderbilt, Seth Green & Katee Sackhoff present us with this epic piece of nerd culture:
Edit: If Youtube has blocked the video Geek and Gamer Girls it’s still available on break.com
After an earlier attempt wasn’t that successful I’ve tried again to upgrade Wordpress, this time from 2.3.3 to 2.9.2.
The catalyst for this was me wanting a new layout (one with a larger font) and these don’t really work with the old Wordpress versions anymore.
I just hope that the performance of the scripts is OK…
Few years ago I’ve written myself my own Amazon Price Observer. Today I translated the project to English.
Check it out: Amazon Price Observer
The Guild is a web series which claims to be “for gamers, about gamers, by gamers”. The main role is played by Felicia Day (Buffy, Dr. Horrible). It’s basically about the members of a MMORP game guild which meet for the first time in RL.
I found it by watching this music video by and with the main characters:
There’s already a second “season”, but here’s the first episode:
And here it continues: Youtube
Build in the form of a wiki, it outlines countless schemas that appear in literature/movies/comics and gives these “tropes” catchy names. Yesterday I’ve been reading this site for 7(!) hours straight and I barely scratched the surface. One jumps from trope to trope and one stumbles across new tropes that one recognizes and continues to read there.
The last tropes I read yesterday:
You can get really lost in there.
Here’s version 0.3.1.0 of Crew Edit 2:
It helps you to rip IMDb crew data and insert it into DVD Profiler.
What needs to be done now is to transform/map IMDb crew roles into the ones from DVD Profiler.
For example: Fanboys.
The credit there is “Writing credits” -> “screenplay” which has to be mapped to “Writing” -> “Screenwriter”
For this you use the “EditIMDbToDVDProfilerCrewRoleTransformation.exe”.
PS: And remember: IMDb data must not (!) be contributed to the Online Database.
PPS: Cast Edit 2 and other software can be found here: http://doena-journal.net/en/dvd-profiler-tools