So I made a video, but I gave myself a domain as a present. It’s called Digital Forces (dot) net. And I like it a lot, maybe the best site I have designed this year. It has a chat feature too. So go have a look and tell me what you think. The chat button is on the bottom right. I put it on this site too, so send me a message
I am using a WordPress platform, as do 58% of CMS platforms on the web, for both style and convenience. Due to illness it was neglected for a couple of years. I am just getting back into my stride. The pages are old. They maybe dated.
Seems like yesterday. The main thrust of the site was privacy and encryption using PGP. We had our own mail server. Maybe if Hillary had used PGP encryption she wouldn’t have been nearly busted. LOL. Yes we were using ISIS as an acronym back when Isis was an Egyptian god.
I love the way back machine that trawls the web and archives web sites billions of them. It seems nothing is lost in cyberspace.
Coming back to now I am very enthusiastic about the Older Citizens web. And will start using the RSA hopefully my fellowship will be through by the end of the month. They have a great network. I have been contacting various professionals in the field world wide as well as in Ireland. I see this as a global affair.
Here’s an entertaining video I made using the virtual worlds of Blue Mars and Second Life avatars.
I have used a single animation in videos before. Here I use three. There is a narrative to the video. The person is stuck between a ghost town and a land that is far far away. He wanders into the deserted town,looks at posters that are old and out of date, turn walks up a street; realises it is wrong and heads back. He passes an empty warehouse where you can buy new bodies. He then turns and goes back to the end of the road where he stands and gazes. The next video is without animations. The tune is awesome “Blues Me To Tears” by The Code Blue Band from their Wrong Side of Town album.