Climbing Up from the Copyright AbyssI did it.... I've gotten back from total "termination." I've proved that it could be done.More Like This
So as of... today, my channel is back, and each of my videos were restored to their former glory. I'm kind of going through a lot of strange emotions right now. The first thing I did immediately start uploading the Time Twister review. And I'll be doing the Glenn Martin review, and now I've got to do an update video.
I've proven that it can be done. You can take three strikes and come back from the dead. It just takes like three strikes. I feel great about that. Over the moon, in fact.
I also feel paranoid. I feel that it's going to happen again. All I gotta do is just click on YouTube again, and my channel will be gone again because Viacom wanted to do another sweep. In fact, not all of the videos are yet re-instated (they will be though, soon).
What I need right now is someone to make me a credits template for my videos, one that says something like "follow me on deviantart, twitter, my Zippcas
Asperger's SyndromeA lot of people have been asking me about Asperger's syndrome and some of my experiences with it and some of the conditions. This is largely because, on the internet at least, I seem to be good at hiding it. Most people I meet here don't know that I have Asperger's syndrome unless I directly tell them. I do have it, but what exactly does it mean? First off all, please don't use this as a way to diagnose yourself. If you think that you have Asperger's syndrome, depression, or any other mental condition please see a licensed psychiatrist. You cannot self-diagnose mental conditions. (Hmmm... I kind of have that symptom sometimes, I MUST have this disorder!) Asperger's syndrome is known as a high-functioning autism, and as such many of the symptoms are similar, and yet, in some ways it's very different.More Like This
The most notable symptoms of Asperger's syndrome come from issues with social interaction. Most people seem to notice this because there are a lot of people claiming to be an asshole on the
Growing Around - Episodes - A Crazy We Will Go V2[We open with Robert looking at some photographs, Linda peering over his shoulder. He seems fairly excited, looking at each picture of the wilderness before selecting one of himself and his brother holding a huge fish.]More Like This
Robert: I could never forget this day! It took us almost an hour to reel this one in! [He then shows her another picture, this one showing a huge bonfire] And in this one, we found this giant pile of fallen oak and it made the perfect fire for s'mores.
Linda: You really are excited to go, aren’t you Robbie?
Robert: Of course! I can’t wait to teach the kids everything about camping!
[The camera pans to show Sally walking downstairs, carrying a huge dollhouse in her arms.]
Sally: You guys are packed, right?
Linda: Uh... yeah? But, what exactly are you doing with that?
Sally: I’m packing it of course!
Robert: You’re taking your dolls with you?
Sally: Of course I am! They’ve never been camping before either, Robbie, so I have to teach them too!
DeviantART sucksWhen I'm not writing my sentence, I spend most of my time studying web design. It's a fascinating subject. One of the unfortunate side effects is that you realize VERY quickly how godawful some sites are. MySpace is one of them. MySpace is the worst, actually. Large swaths of Yahoo! are. DeviantART is pretty damn high on the list. It's one of the reasons I've stopped using.More Like This
I know people here won't like my saying that. Let's stop for a moment, though, and think for a bit about how deviantART works.
When you submit work, you need to pick a category first. This calls up a blocky window that gives you choices. Every time you click a choice, something new loads. It's completely inefficient, and it could easy be replaced by a sliding category set (you click Categories and the choices unfold on the screen) for the same screen efficiency. That's basic stuff. That's a minor thing for picking art, and it's already something that's screwed up.
Next, you get a "filespace." Here's how this works.