#2, #3, #4 uploaded

Episodes 2, 3, and 4 have all been uploaded to the YouTube channel.  Remember, these episodes were originally produced in an obsolete video format and converted to their current format in order to upload, and in this process, the sound and animation seem to have gotten a bit out of sync.  I apologize for this, but it’s the best I can do for now.  Maybe I’ll fiddle and try to find a way to fix it later, but that would require changing the links yet again, which I’ve done a lot of in the last two days, and I’d rather move on and do other more important stuff first.

I will eventually have to re-upload #8 as well, for similar reasons.  But I’m going to work on #5 through #7 first.




New site!

This is NOT the big Cow Chip & Lance news you were probably hoping for this summer.  Specifically, this is not an announcement about Episode 9.  It will happen, eventually, just not as soon as I’d hoped.

(By the way, if you see this line right here, I’m not quite done with this.  Keep checking back.)

Instead, I’ve started working on the overhaul of the site.  I will be gradually moving content from the old site to the new site over the next several months.  What you need to notice right now is that the URL has changed.  We’ve dropped the hyphen.  The new URL will be www.cowchipandlance.com.  The old URL, www.cowchip-lance.com, and all emails at that domain will still work at least until November 2015, and possibly through November 2016, depending on how quickly I get stuff moved and redone for the new site.  Soon, I will be updating the old website for the final time, with a message explaining that the old site is not maintained anymore and a link to this new site.

Here’s the first post to the new site: Cow Chip & Lance #1 from 2008, converted into a Youtube-friendly format.  Episodes 2 through 7 will be uploaded in the coming days.  (#8 is already here and already Youtube-friendly.)

(Disclaimer: The process of converting this to another format seems to have gotten the sound and video a little out of sync.  It’s the best I could do.  Also, in going through these old CCL videos, I have noticed that some people who worked on this have cut ties with me, or with each other, since the publication of this video.  Instead of trying, for example, to edit people out of my life, I’m just leaving the videos there as they always were.)