Wednesday, February 17, 2010
60 secs w/ SWAK
This latest episode of 60 seconds came from suggestions that we got from Twitter. The "octopus" thing that Pat is holding comes from our friend and fan Adam Cheramie. These are the kind of things that make us continue to produce content, because when you guys get involved interesting things start to happen whether we're exhausted or not. Er... especially when we're not exhausted.
So here's the deal:
Search for SWAK on Facebook and for Smileywithaknif on Twitter.
Start suggesting ideas for these episodes, and if we can fit them in or find a way to use them, not only will we use them but we'll give you credit for it too.
And if you give us strange objects that we think are totally cool, they'll probably also make their way into an episode or two. Who knows...
Oh, and one last thing if you guys want to be super sweethearts and get REALLY involved -
Below is a piece of html code split into two halves.
If you copy the two halves and paste them back to back wherever you'd like (you know... your own blog, that myspace page you've got but you never check anymore, or that high-traffic message board that all the d-bags in your local scene frequent to talk trash about crappy bands right before a big Friday night all-ages show at the VFW Hall in the middle of the worst neighborhood in town) we would greatly appreciate it.
Here's what the code does:
Every time we upload a new episode of 60 seconds to YouTube, an embedded player will update itself with the new episode and will stick the other episodes in sequential order behind it. So if you want to provide someone with a direct link to all of our 60 seconds from newest to oldest, you have a quick and easy way to do so now!
Anyway, here's the code:
object height="337" width="416"
param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/cp/vjVQa1PpcFO9Fs95M-0-PV_v4CjSYOBKwBPrn-dzQvE="
embed src="http://www.youtube.com/cp/vjVQa1PpcFO9Fs95M-0-PV_v4CjSYOBKwBPrn-dzQvE=" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" height="337" width="416"
Remember to stick a "<" at the beginning of the code and a ">" at the end. Everywhere that we have pressed Enter to start a new line, replace with "><" and enjoy your new channel player.
Okay, as today's episode says very clearly, we are exhausted. So I'm going to sleep now. We've got practice tomorrow, and I don't want to fall asleep on my snare.