Well here’s the second and possibly last episode of Freeman’s Mind. Despite the majority of people liking it, I don’t like having to make everything a monologue and then time it to the footage. It’s going to be a while because I have a lot of other work to do, but the next video I plan to release will be another Civil Protection episode. I hope to have the website updated and subtitles up before that however. Oh and for those who wonder about the term Freeman uses in this video, it’s “quantum chromodynamic gauge invariant Lagrangian”
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Well it seems the majority of people want to see more of Freeman’s Mind, so I’ll at least make another episode. What I’ll probably end up doing is alternating between this and Civil Protection. I like CP because I consider it more original and have more freedom, but like FM because it’s faster. After I get the next episode out, I’m afraid there will be a sizeable downtime because of jobs I have to work on this month especially. I plan to pick things up after that however.
I’ve received several offers on an audio editor and html person, so thanks to everyone who applied.
Well the response to Freeman’s Mind so far is much more positive than what I was expecting. I’ve put up a poll to get some idea of what people think, so go ahead and vote on it. Oh, and that’s a true story about the squirrel by the way, except instead of MIT it was at Virginia Tech back in the 70’s.
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Well this is the pilot episode of my side series I’m experimenting with. It isn’t Civil Protection, but it’s in a similar vein of humor. Basically the premise is that in the Half-Life series, the protagonist Gordon Freeman is entirely silent the whole time. So what this series aims to do is fill in the silence with his thoughts. I tried to make this as entertaining as I could, but the format is very different, so I’d like to hear feedback on this.
This was an experiment, and I think it may have some shortcomings. The format of this added many constraints on what I was able to accomplish with the writing, and may have made the humor suffer somewhat as a result. It made me realize just how much more freedom I had with Civil Protection. Unless I get waves of support to do this along with CP, I’m probably going to discontinue this. But feel free to check it out anyway.