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11/06/2011 03:44:26 PM · #1
DPChallenge should add the ability to link music and/or sound effects to challenge entries, so they play when voters open the photo. Or even a monologue.
11/06/2011 03:53:35 PM · #2
heh, i actually made a program in math that lets you listen to your music, even play a game of snake on it :D

eta: FAIL. listen to your picture. listening to your music is so yesterday....

Message edited by author 2011-11-06 15:53:59.
11/06/2011 04:29:36 PM · #3
pandora radio
that's all u need woot

Message edited by author 2011-11-06 16:29:53.
11/06/2011 05:07:02 PM · #4
Knowing Slippy, I would bet good money that the monologue would go something like this:

"OK you moron, now pay attention. The message of my image is clear and yes I did intend that very look because it is in keeping with the message.... NOW that you understand, vote accordingly."

Ray
11/06/2011 05:27:41 PM · #5
Originally posted by RayEthier:

Knowing Slippy, I would bet good money that the monologue would go something like this:

"OK you moron, now pay attention. The message of my image is clear and yes I did intend that very look because it is in keeping with the message.... NOW that you understand, vote accordingly."

Ray

hahaha yeah
11/06/2011 05:31:57 PM · #6
I vote for bad MIDI files, to remind me of MySpace. In fact, go the whole hog and let people re-design the HTML on their entry page as they see fit.

Pink patterned backgrounds, MIDI music, flashing text.... Perfect!
11/06/2011 06:32:40 PM · #7
Only if I have the option to never have to listen them. I can't stand it when a website plays sound without me telling it to. It's on the same obnoxious level as bright flashy pop ups. When a website plays sound on loading it's a sure way to make sure I never visit that site again.
11/06/2011 07:01:42 PM · #8
I would also like the file type restriction opened up to animated gifs. Imagine the possibilities!

-End Sarcasm-

Sorry, I should have added that little tag earlier :)

Message edited by author 2011-11-06 20:34:48.
11/06/2011 07:49:01 PM · #9
Originally posted by giantmike:

I would also like the file type restriction opened up to animated gifs. Imagine the possibilities!

You can already post animated GIFs to your Portfolio (or link to them from an outside site), but they'd have a hard time meeting the challenge requirement of consisting of a single, unchanging scene.

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