This is a soft launch for my "twenty years of Links.net" documentary, exploring the personal and social costs of my search for attention through explicit personal publishing on the early web.
I still don't yet have a final title, and I need to work on the marketing and distribution. I will spend July preparing the film for online distribution: finalizing the video's title, which will effect fonts and URLs in places throughout the film and web. I'll correct typos & errors, do color correction & a final audio mix. Then I'll slice this up into episodes and make trailers. Finally, I'll pull off the curtain by reaching out to media outlets, academics, web historians, artists and freaks who might find their cortexes or ribs tickled here.
So this is a pre-release release; by the end of July I'll be ready to release to the larger world.
If you can watch in the next two weeks, please contribute or vote on a title here on this title voting experiment on Tricider.com - no registration necessary. I'd love to hear any other feedback you might have; here's a place to send me your comments.
If you can't watch anytime soon, you can still purchase the video and watch at your convenience, knowing that the latest & greatest version will always be available to you here through our friends at VHX.
Thank you for your attention & support!