Is the kerfluffle over LJ and FB getting you down? Perhaps you need some motivation (FB users: do click through to see the image fullsize):
As a reaction to the amazing spread of last year’s JibJab animation This Land is Your Land, political animations on the Internet are all the rave, and are speading like wildfire. KPPC 89.3 FM in Pasadena has provided some pointers to some cute animations being used to express opinions on the upcoming November 8 election:
Which one is your favorite?
It has been brought to my attention by patgund that my favorite medicine, Progenitorivox, has some competition. It appears that there is a new drug called Panexa that may be just what I need. According to the safety information, PANEXA is a prescription drug that should only be taken by patients experiencing one of the following disorders: metabolism, binocular vision, digestion (solid and liquid), circulation, menstruation, cognition, osculation, extremes of emotion. For patients with coronary heart condition (CHC) or two separate feet (2SF), the dosage of PANEXA should be doubled to ensure that twice the number of pills are being consumed. PANEXA can also be utilized to decrease the risk of death caused by not taking PANEXA, being beaten to death by oscelots, or death relating from complications arising from seeing too much of the color lavender. Epileptic patients should take care to ensure tight, careful grips on containers of PANEXA, in order to secure their contents in the event of a seizure, caused by PANEXA or otherwise.
P.S.: Beware the Tower.
[Never got website work done… fighting headache… maybe I should take Progenitorivox]
The Austin Lounge Lizards have just completed their second video for Consumers Union: This one is called “The Tower“, and it is about fighting the FCCs attempt to regulate media behind closed doors. In short, Congress is about to move forward on a plan to sell some of the public’s most valuable airwaves to telecommunications giants as part of its budget process. It also pokes at the gr0wing single-ownedness of the media these days, which limits the voices we hear. You can see the video and learn more at www.hearusnow.com.