Judgement Night results

The judging didn't go as expected... because I won. Lan, Jarr and I had all put Lan's video at the top of the list, but the viewers chose, and my video was their choice. It was interesting. Lan, Jarr and I judged our videos based on the level of difficulty, the attention to detail in the edits, the flow of the sequences... and the Wycoff family basically picked the one they liked the most, based on personal preference. I hadn't really thought of that, and it's something to keep in mind for the future. It's like a super high tech bad ass car... if it's ugly, then only techno-geeks will drive it... other people just won't like it. So we need a new project, and I think I may have an idea for it. It'll be another pratice thing... and that's what we need. I don't think that Jarr will want to be involved, though. I had to pester him and bombard him with calls from both Lan and I all week to motivate him to do this project. I'm pretty sure he won't care to be involved in the next. That's ok though... the best part was watching the videos with everyone at Tony's... everyone laughed and had a good time. That's what it's all about in the end I guess.