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thechemgeek
07-31-02, 05:30 PM
this is my weak attempt at making a video. my website has like 8 GB transfer and the video is 28 MB. time to test that server out. heh. check it out here (http://www.wyattsplace.com/fithvideo.htm). let me know what you think.

thechemgeek...

aka Binap (By-Nap)

monkeyhead
07-31-02, 07:54 PM
simply AWESOME!

ghost
07-31-02, 10:30 PM
I can honestly say that I enjoyed watching that. :)

Not sure if I'd have picked that particular song, but that's the beauty of being the videographer and editor - total creative control to produce what YOU want.

Nice job! :)

Paindriver
08-01-02, 01:19 AM
hey, nice vid:)

thechemgeek
08-01-02, 06:26 AM
can't say that it was a great video or anything...just something to remember the parties. heh. the music choice was a hard one. the scenes i shot were too short and drawn out for a techno/metal/fast paced beat that i wanted...so i asked the wife and she suggested that. heard it once....and quit looking. oh well. thanks for checking it out and writing.

Mark
08-01-02, 03:41 PM
nice work there, i liked the intro very much, very creative.
thanks for sharing
:)

thechemgeek
08-02-02, 09:34 AM
just so that you know...and yes...i have been asked before....but we ARE playing in a graveyard. it only gets creepy late at night when i have to go outside to load my car. heh. the guy that hosts the parties is a gravedigger/headstone engraver and lives right next to the building (garage) where we game. freaky.

ColdFusion
08-04-02, 03:07 AM
nice stuff... fast server, downloadin at about 400 - 600kb/sec!

thechemgeek
08-04-02, 09:22 AM
My hosts...

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Our servers are physically located in New Jersey, the Network Operations Center (NOC) of Network Access Corporation (NAC.Net). A very redundant and one of the largest networks in New Jersey, at the moment the NOC has 15 OC3 and DS3 lines connecting to most major networks, like UUNET, MCI (Cable & Wireless), Sprint, Global Center, AOL, Exodus, PSI and many more.

We always use current and stable technology in our servers, the machines being added these days (as of February 2002) are at these spesification:

Dual Pentium III 1Ghz 256KB
1GB Memory
High quality and fast SCSI drive (IBM DDYS-T18350N)
High quality SCSI controllers (Adaptec 7899P)
Dual Network Interface Controllers (Intel 82557, Ethernet Pro 100)
Good performance servers; Bogomips > 3978
Backup drive (IDE)
Linux, RedHat, Kernel 2.4.17 SMP
Apache 1.3.22 (mod_ssl)
PHP 4.1.1 (gd, curl, imap, ming and more)
MySQL 3.23.39
Perl 5.0.0.6
vi Improved (viM) v5.7 :)

CiscoKid
08-04-02, 01:01 PM
Who was the chick?

thechemgeek
08-11-02, 02:42 PM
some girl that came with another guy. she was pretty good. heh.

knightmare
08-11-02, 06:36 PM
was gonna say too d/l was nice, maybe me feel like i had cable for the 1st time again... remember ur first long d/l on cable? heck i remember the details of that, better than my 1st------*** lol, hey now i need to do a video, that was smooth ~, thx for sharing

Shagster
08-31-02, 01:15 PM
whats the name of the song playing?

thechemgeek
09-03-02, 03:02 PM
Linkin Park - "In the End" :)

Broadsword
09-06-02, 07:46 PM
Wow, nice speeds, 1.05 - 1.08MB/s. Cool video man!

Ken
09-06-02, 08:44 PM
Nice job! I thought it was cool! :)