OT - nice litte vid to watch (not mine)

ibliss wrote on 10/7/2006, 12:40 PM
A bit of stop frame animation.

only about a minute long and worth a look if you need a break from your work.

I personally think this is the kind of computing experience Apple would like you to think Mac users have... (I believe in reality it is the Grazie computing experience on a day to day basis!!)


AlanC wrote on 10/7/2006, 12:48 PM
I love it. especially the "You've got mail" and the "Spam"

Obviously a lot of preparation went into that.

TheHappyFriar wrote on 10/7/2006, 2:33 PM
cool. just cool. :)

I found a vid not long ago about the great things HD brings to the table (being sarcastic at the same time of course)

there's so many great vid's on the net... my TV only got watched once all this week by me. :)
farss wrote on 10/7/2006, 2:50 PM
The Spam people will NOT be happy :)

Serena wrote on 10/7/2006, 5:40 PM
Yes, imaginative, done well and entertaining. Absolutely outstanding when compared to several others I viewed.
TomG wrote on 10/7/2006, 6:11 PM
I'd like to see it but everytime I go to the link I get this message

Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Macromedia's Flash Player. Click here to get the latest flash player

I have the latest MFP installed and Javascript is not turned off (Don't you do this in the advanced Internet settings?)

Since others are commenting on it, they must be able to view this video. What am I doing wrong?

MohammeD T wrote on 10/7/2006, 7:47 PM
The Video is great, i wish the Pizza printer was reallty..

TomG .. why not try using another Broweser?

Firefox (mozilla.com) or
Maxthon (maxthon.com)
TomG wrote on 10/8/2006, 6:37 AM
MohammeD T,

I tried both of your suggestions and still get the same message.

AlanC wrote on 10/8/2006, 9:52 AM
Tom, go to YouTube and search on bridlefilms

That may work for you.
TomG wrote on 10/8/2006, 10:13 AM
Thanks, Alan

But I went to bridlefilms and the same message pops us. I went to the Macromedia site and it confirmed that I had the most current Flash player installed. How do I check to make sure that JavaScript is on/off?

wethree wrote on 10/8/2006, 10:48 AM
Same thing happens here.

I have one machine that sees YOU-Tube fine (even has Norton installed) , and one machine that has no firewall, no Norton- and gets the same message you got- even though I've installed Flash 9 player and followed directions to turn JavaScript on- so, NO You-Tube joy on the second machine - ever...

Wish I could offer a solution rather than just solice, but...

I'm stymied too.