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So what can you do when you're home for two weeks recovering from a back injury?  Well...

I've been experimenting with video editing software.  I really have no idea what I'm doing but I used some of the pictures I shot at Bridgeport and compiled them into this short slideshow that lasts just over 3 minutes.  The pictures were taken mostly at random and do not include all I took.  I wouldn't even say they are necessarily the best.  I may work with it more and try to "tell a story" but I'm going back to work and will not have the time I've had this past week.  So we'll see.

In any case, I've posted the slideshow here if you'd like to look at it.  The pictures are small and the quality is poor.  I had to make it that way to reduce the file size so that it is somewhat reasonable to download.  The file is about 6 megs and will take about 20 minutes to transfer over a 56K modem.

To save the file to your own hard drive, right-click the link below and choose the "Save Target As..." option.  This works in Internet Explorer but I'm sure Netscape has something similar.

I use Windows Media Player to play the file but any MPEG capable player should work.  In Windows, just navigate to the file in Windows Explorer and double-click.

Good Luck!  Here's the link:

Bridgeport 2000 Video 

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