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Great Screen Saver
« on: November 12, 2003, 07:59:03 am »

I came across a really good screen saver, appropriately titled "Philosophy of Liberty" which I want to share with you.  Please right click HERE to download it.

Maybe the moderators would be kind enough to make this a sticky for a few days?

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Re:Great Screen Saver
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2003, 09:24:16 am »

I came across a really good screen saver, appropriately titled "Philosophy of Liberty" which I want to share with you.  Please right click HERE to download it.

Maybe the moderators would be kind enough to make this a sticky for a few days?

Robert
OK, for a few days,   I really like this screen saver, not only because it is so very good, but because back when it first came about, I e-mailed the guys who made it (Ken Schoolland and Kerry Pearson ) and suggested a very minor improvement and they immediately added it.  So I feel a little bit of pride in this production every time I see it.  
I later learned that Ken Schoolland is a relatively famous libertarian author, but he may have made his greatest mark in the world by his 'inspired' ideas for this this amazing flash animation!  
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Re:Great Screen Saver
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2003, 11:08:29 pm »

That is indeed a great screen saver.  I've sent it to several people, and some of them thought it was a bit pedantic, but interesting.  

One person told me it was offensive, but she wouldn't tell me what she objected to.  
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« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2003, 03:33:09 pm »

I sent it to a couple other people, who did also agree it was pedantic.  Then I discovered why - It's meant as an accompaniment to a children's book!

It's called "The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible", and it seems like a Libertarian book for kids.  Kind of interesting.  If you click on the "Multimedia" link, you can get to the flash movie version of that screen saver.

http://www.jonathangullible.com/

You can also see other works of the artist of the movie here:

http://www.luxlucre.com/flash/
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« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2003, 07:17:49 pm »

I used to hang out in the same cyber-circles as Lux a few years ago, so when I first saw the POL animation I wrote him to see if he might consider doing something like that for the FSP. I suggested Kerry maybe try something like a visual interpetation of Steve Cobb's The First Dimension of Association article to illustrate the value of "hanging together rather than separately". Perhaps if the board can come up with a specific work that will translate effectively to Flash we can see if Kerry has the free time to do it. I might be able to line up the former Creative Director of www.LiquidGeneration.com for flash work as well if Kerry is too busy.
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« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2004, 10:21:49 am »

OMG. Kerry died this last weekend.

http://www.webleyweb.com/tle/
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