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The links below may expose you to facts, opinions and/or values other than
those of the "The Superkeen Network." They may be wrong, misquoted,
butchered, offensive, or vulgar (but probably not). In the case of
sites that are archived here, such as JHSnet, the
pages are and shall remain static. No updates, corrections, or
apologies will be made to or for any content therein.
Lifespan (784KB download)
This is a small Shockwave "game" that chronicles the lives of the
mythical Yeggo creatures. You don't need any special
software to run it, but it is PC only for right now. It's
over 1000 lines of Lingo code, meaning that the Yeggos' behaviors
are fairly complex. Try feeding them, punishing them, or
turning them on! Getting started is pretty self-explanatory,
but the simulation itself is pretty complex, so I encourage you to
play for a while, try moving different things around, and make the
ones with different emotions interact with each other. Have
This is a simple site design with a clear
objective. Since people will be coming to this site for very
few reasons really, the design should be non-cluttered and each
option should be as obvious as possible. I also sketched the
images and scanned them for a different look. The searchable
music video database (by Aaron Sheinbein) and the online broadcast
is awesome. I am typically quite busy
managing SRTV, so making this a high-maintenance site was not part
of the plan. Ideally, future generations of web-savvy SRTV
kids will be able to carry on this site with little difficulty.
Paul (450KB download)
This is a
one-way trip from childhood into all the crazy things of the adult
lifestyle. The download is a Macromedia Director-produced
Shockwave .EXE file. It should hopefully work without
incident on your computer, even if you don't have Director or even
know what it is.
Project 1 (Turn off any
Explorer Bars that might be active, such as the Favorites or History lists to the left.)
Project 3 (Hit F11 to view full-screen...
this is a MUST unless your resolution is 1152x864 or higher!)
The live site remains untouched from how I left it, as far as I know. The
original layout was designed by a local ISP, with what appears to be a FrontPage "theme." I went
in after the fact and made the layout more consistent, added some content (esp. the photos), and
generally cleaned the whole thing up. Update: This
site is now offline. You can still view my archive of it
SRTV used to have a web
site before the current one, but it's been gone for a while now.
On that site was this single page, which was the first
advertisement for the show Superkeen. This is it.
Like Big Wood Adventures, this site remains almost exactly as I left it.
The server was changed and I have been removed from the contact form, but that's about it.
Oh, and the counter doesn't work any more.
During my time as
editor of the Jesuit
High School web site, jhs.net
was one of, if not the, best student-run high
school site in the nation, and was recognized a number of times in the
Sacramento Bee Web
Awards. The old site hosted here is almost exactly how it
appeared on the last day of school before I graduated from Jesuit. As you can tell, many images
are missing from this copy... I'm trying to track them down.
I'm also working on fixing the broken links and finding newer versions of
some of the pages. The
current design is completely different, and as of this year
(2002) has more content on it than it's had since I left!