I would simply like to enquire as to the possibilities of Hercules Returns, a wonderful Australian film, being released on DVD here in Australia. I have found it available on VHS in the UK, and on (presumably bootleg) DVD from eBay an other sellers, but would love to own a properly converted (and fully legal) copy of my own on DVD.
Imagine turning on the radio and enjoying your favourite station. Then imagine that it gets hijacked by some irritating presenter that makes pointless small-talk for ten minutes between each song with boring callers. And not just your ordinary radio banter, but grating train-of-thought, deep-voiced "You're a bit of a pickle-head now aren't you, ho-ho?" stupidity. Wouldn't the world be a nicer place if switching the radio off in disgust would give someone somewhere immediate feedback - maybe a mild electrical shock?
If Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings couldn't convince you that a book can be made into a movie without some of the bits you'd think should be kept, then maybe Alfred's treatment of Robert's story will. And Mil loved it too.
Look, it's hard enough to be taken seriously these days, when anyone can publish their opinions about any old crap, but to throw away what tiny amount of credibility you have for the sake of keeping a few animated GIFs is suicide.
Please, hire a designer. Take a class. Read a book. Look at other websites. Make your websites prettier... Or I won't read them any more.
I haven't looked back (except maybe the once I've started Safari by accident using Quicksilver, and I felt a wave of nostalgia for its beautiful brushed metal). Firefox gives me a clean consistant experience between work and home, and allows me to do amazing things like keep my bookmarks in sync (now even easier with Foxmarks).