firefox flick

March 30th, 2006


My friend Kelsey Flynn and I were bored — ok, I was bored, she probably had better things to do — and we made an animated ad for the Firefox Flicks ad contest. This uses the “Ghettoshop” rotoscoping script I’ve been working on for a while. Enjoy! (H.264 video, so QuickTime 7 required):


7 Responses to “firefox flick”

  1. Ben Lehman says:

    The stuff you cut out is the best part.

    “It’s got a big… orange… fox…”

  2. Kelsey says:

    True, Ben. And the terrier growling – what says internet safety better than a terrier growling?

  3. jimmy says:

    hmmm, this should hold me over ’til Waking Life comes out…

  4. jimmy says:

    i meant Scanner Darkly. I’m very tired.

  5. Carl says:

    Help me please…
    I just installed Firefox 2.0, and all of a sudden, my username/password isn't being inserted in the signon window (it always was before). I tried the usual suspects–I did not mistakenly tell FF not to remember the password for this site; and I also tried the remember password bookmarklet, but all to no avail–FF will not ask me to remember this password. What do I need to do to get around this?

  6. Lorenzo says:

    Please add firefox cookies/bad web sites immunization in next version!
    Firefox 2 cannot reject third party cookies!!!!!!!!

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