Inspired by the death-throes of the music industry as we know it, this song explores the hopes and fears of the digital artist in the age of plug-in media content. Running Time: 3 min 22 sec.Instrumentation: Ovation Acoustic Guitars, Shure Microphones, and way too much reverb. Written, performed and digitally mixed by Tod Foley.
Welcome to a collection of songs, some of which you may recognize, arranged for the 3string guitar. If you aren't astounded by the unusual musical talent exhibited here, you may still be moved by the obvious need for better quality media recording equipment.
It's a brave old world, for man, beast, and messiah.
Instrumentation: Two 3-string Ovation Guitars (one acoustic & one synthesized), Korg Wavestation, Roland TR707 Drum Machine, Alesis Midisys, Shure Microphones. Written, performed and mixed down on a cheap 4-track by Tod Foley.
The bitmap above (available in multiple sizes for different screen resolutions) is designed to be a practical but unobtrusive tool for web developers. The various demarcated areas represent windows of different standard sizes, allowing you to resize your own working window to see how much space should be given for viewers with differently-sized monitors.
In 2003 webmaster colleague and Web405 listmom Dennis Wilen announced a project called The Spacebrothers' World Tour, in which dozens of inflatable aliens were shopped off to various locations all across the globe. Project participants endeavored to utilize these silent visitors in the creation of photographic galleries, detailing the adventures of the Spacebrothers here on planet Earth.
By special arrangement with Jon Davis, we brought back some exclusive video footage from KoRn's ass-kicking live performance in Anaheim California, March 1st, 2000. If you missed the Sick 'n Twisted Tour - or even if you didn't - you won't see shots closer than this anywhere. This video footage was a special gift from Jon to KoRn's online audience, brought to you by As If Productions and available only here.
"Under Suspicion" is a modernized remake of the French cult classic "Garde a Vue", a story full of dark secrets and psychological twists. The site was part of the marketing campaign for the motion picture of the same title, starring Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman, produced by Revelations Entertainment and TF1 International.
In March 2000, Comedy Central expanded the World of South Park site to include additional programs. The site was redesigned to accomodate the browser-based "Viewer" version of the Palace software, and over the next 9 months more than a dozen rooms were added to the site. The new rooms represented two new series airing on Comedy Central (now cancelled): The Upright Citizens Brigade and Strip Mall starring Julie Brown.