Friday, November 11, 2005

Hey Flipper! Feast Your Eyes on This Beauty!

My post of earlier in the night was pretty depressing.

But then, with Spec's help, I found a new way to make WWYG?! even more thrilling--and that has made me pretty happy and taken up a lot of my time tonight, getting something ready.

So, I present to you: Why Won't You Video?!

Of course, because it's me I may be changing the look of the site a bit as time goes on.

Keep in mind that WWYV?! is not hosted by Blogger, so it doesn't have the uniformity of design that I have striven to maintain up to this point.

But moving pictures helps to mitigate that shortcoming, don't you think?

The context for this inaugural video clip can be explained here, over here, possibly here and maybe here. You might also try here, but I am sure that she will provide some angry context before it's over as well.


lulu said...

That was quite bizarre. Why you're not the King of the Internet I don't know.

Perhaps it's Lileks. He just came out with a new BOOK, you know.

You probably knew that.

David said...

Yeah . . . I AM aware.

Dude's prolific!

David said...

One comment on the AC video:

I took it with a digital camera in "video mode." When shooting, I forgot that re-orienting the camera doesn't orient the recorded image.

I just wanted you to know that I wasn't trying to achieve some sort of artistic visual, just that I am incompetant.

Expect more video-based incompetancy in the weeks, months, and years ahead!

Spec said...

I'm glad to help in any way I can. The only problem is that I was hoping that I would be the first to put a video up. I guess I shouldn't underestimate your dedication.

David said...

Never underestimate my desire to alleviate the crushing boredom of my Midwestern, stereotypical lifestyle!

I have NO doubt whatsoever that your videos' quality will far surpass whatever I do.

There are, after all, a million stories in the naked city and you are perfectly positioned to capitalize on it. The best I can offer is goofy stuff that my kids do.

Sven Golly said...

Move over, Marcel Duchamp. Get with it, Wexner Center. Object or art, that is the question.