Short version: I’m busy programming. Mumbles wasn’t around this week and we didn’t want to complete Tomb Raider without her. So you get BioShock. I don’t have anything to say about this episode because I haven’t watched it since 2010. So the entertainment value of this post ought to be directly proportional to how bad your memory of 2010 is. (Or maybe you’re lucky and you’re a new viewer?) Either way: BioShock this week. Here’s the text that went with the original post:
A lot of people have been asking us to move the show to Blip.tv. We gave it a try. It didn’t work out. Blip can handle HD video. It can handle half-hour shows. But it can’t handle a half hour HD show. There is an encode that happens on the server side, and it always fails out because it takes too long. So it looks like we’re stuck with Viddler for now.
Oh, and the episode ending the way it did? Totally not related to my comic earlier this week. Just an odd coincidence.
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