To make the most of your viewing experience, you'll
need several different programs. They're listed below. To
get something, just click on a title and it'll open in a new window.
Just about everything has an option for Windows or Mac. If
you're running Linux, odds are you're smart enough to find things on
Macromedia Flash Player
Most people have this anyway, since Flash is used on
a lot of websites. If you don't, I recommend snatching it up.
It's free and it powers the Meet Bob Tobor cartoon, among
Some plugins only work for QuickTime.
Studio Tour is one of them. Also, our videos
are available in QuickTime formats, so it's a good thing to have
Yeah, I know, down with Microsoft. It's evil
just like Wal-mart. Go capitalism. Blah Blah Blah.
Well let me tell you something. I designed this in Microsoft
FrontPage, a part of the Microsoft Office suite for Microsoft Windows
XP. So this website is optimized for viewing in Microsoft
Internet Explorer. Get over it.
Update: Well, I'm trying to
make the site look the same in Netscape and Mozilla as it does in IE.
I think I succeeded. If you notice a discrepancy, let me know at