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Archive for June, 2010

Halo 3 Hardware Store – Weird Al

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010


I recently discovered an awesome song by Weird Al Yankovic about a hardware store. As soon as I heard it I immediately thought that I need to make it into a halo music video. During the scene where Al rattles off a long list of tools, I wanted the challenge of making all of those images from inside of halo. If you liked this video check out my other weird al vids. Everything you know is wrong www.youtube.com Ebay www.youtube.com Albuquerque www.youtube.com PS I don’t really care anymore but I still want to leave the link for people to see. I don’t know why people keep bothering to repost videos, even if you give credit to the original guy it’s still pointless and stupid. www.youtube.com and also that is probably the worst video recording I’ve ever seen.

Project Hardware – Deconstruction

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010


“Deconstruction” is Project Skateboards first full length promo video. Featuring parts by Steffan Attardo, Raymond Molinar, Tony Silva, Derek Fukahara, Brian Sumner, Anthony Shetler, Adam Crew, Silas Baxter Neal, Joey Pulsifer, Chad Tim Tim, Terell Robinson, and Danny Gonzalez.

Making of the Computer Graphics for Star Wars (Episode IV)

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010


(1977) The computer graphics for the first Star Wars film was created by Larry Cuba in the 1970s at the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) (at the time known as the Circle Graphics Habitat) at the University of Illinois at Chicago. For more information on the lab, visit our website — www.evl.uic.edu and Larry Cuba at www.well.com/user/cuba

Software glitch reported on first day of higher Metro fares

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Software glitch reported on first day of higher Metro fares
A software glitch on the first day of Metro’s higher fares allowed riders using paper fare cards at 34 stations to enter for the old fare Sunday. Business – Urban Transport – Transportation and Logistics – Transit Systems – Bus

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