We use Windows Media Encoding technology to create
the audio and video clips you see here on Strangeland. We use
Microsoft Windows operating systems (2000, XP and 2003). We also
use Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player. We try to make
sure our stuff works with AOL, Netscape and even an occasional
Mac. However, we don't use those products regularly, and, based
on the stats of our visitors, neither do you. Therefore, we can't
spend a lot of time making sure all this stuff works with all
that stuff. It's not that we particularly love Microsoft. It's
just that we try to devote our time and money where our fans are
- and for now, that's with Bill Gate's goodies.
If you're having trouble viewing the videos,
or hearing the audio clips, try these steps:
Reboot your computer. Yes, we know that's
the easy, catch-all answer, but it really does work a lot
of the time.
Turn off that lousy Norton Internet Security
or Zone Alarm Pro. These programs tend to interfere with A
LOT of good sites. Keep your anti-virus turned on, but drop
the security level of these two programs. (We find Zone Alarm
standard to be MUCH better than the Pro Version. You don't
get much other than problems for the $20 bucks.)
See if you've recently changed anything
on your system. Have you installed some new software, added
the latest virus, updated your favorite spyware? Try uninstalling
it. Have you recently done a Windows
Update? Try removing that.
If all that fails, you can always submit
request to our nerdy little support guys. They
usually ignore requests from the unwashed masses, but who
knows... you may get lucky.
Visual depictions displayed on this Website are exempt from the
provision of 18 U.S.C. section 2257 and 28 C.F.R. 75 because said
visual depictions do not consist of depictions of conduct as
specifically listed in 18 U.S.C section 2256 (2) (A) through (D),
but are merely depictions of non-sexually explicit nudity, or are
depictions of simulated sexual conduct, or are otherwise exempt
because the visual depictions were created prior to July 3, 1995.
The operator of this web site is a "secondary producer"
within the meaning of the term in the preliminary injunction in the
matter entitled Free Speech Coalition, et al. -vs- Alberto Gonzales,
Case No. 05cv1126 -WDM (U.S.D.C., D., Colo). As a member of the Free
Speech Coalition, this business is not subject to
inspection by the any agent of the Department of Justice pursuant
to the preliminary injunction issued in that above matter.