Where Are We (Me)? Vije Miller Update
(19) days ago, an event occurred that which thieved a near entirety of our (my) assets. Whilst known for my minimalism, as consequence of this, all possessions imperative to content creation were lost.

In that time, thanks to the contributions of numerous rather oddly generous person(s), we (aye) have obtained a new and noticeably improved Jacob interface (Dell E6430 2.6Ghz 8(16)G 2xSSD) -- having immensely disliked the previous Jacob interface (Acer Aspire E15 2.3Ghz 8G) for its inferior display and cumbersome size -- and are amidst obtaining a more suitable video recorder (phone, for AE/AF lock) than the presently surprisingly disappointingly inferior video recorder found on the Asus Zenfone 2 with an utter garbage resolution resulting in an obscene volume of artifacts unsuitable for keying.

That said, there is an understandable delay as by-product. As of this authoring, we (me) will be testing an acquaintance's iPhone 6 (blech) as a temporary apparatus, with aspirations of publishing new TVShow episodes in the near future. How many episodes, you did not ask? Here is a sneak peak at some of the titles scheduled over the next (60) days:

Argh · Alexa 8oh63rd · Toilet Candle · Canon: Part I · Canon: Part II · Christmassed · Descension · Hawaii 5-O: Saskatoon · ISHF · Peltier Mat · Roomba T-800 · Sponsored Episode · Wagon Hoes · (+/-12)
TVShow 4X01 Canon: Part III

"Magic Hour" by Neil Cross
Image Collect Publishing
4,547,724,018 New Year's Colloquial Greetings
A pleasant and other synonyms for good-mannered New Year to you who follow a more rationalized measure of time on Earth. #OTC #Gauhd #Project47 http://vijemiller.com/miter/index.php#1347591018
TVShow Series 4 Coming Soon

It seems like just 6 yesterdays ago when Series 3 came to a conclusion - and with Series 4 mere days away (ugh) - permit us to take a look back at Series 3 in what we shall call, 'taking a look back, at Series 3'. Enjoy, won't we?
TVShow 3X42 Wrath of Can

TVShow Series 3 Finale:
William Shatner's "Rocket Man" Rebuttal

1. As an un-fan of science fiction lore, "Wrath of Khan" by its own merits stands as a Shakespearian cinematic masterpiece(-ish) that must be viewed in a theater to truly appreciate.
2. Paraodied score and film are of course property of Paramount Pictures. Surely they shant forgive?!
3. Series 3 Retrospective: http://vijemiller.com/index.php?entry=e ... 303-165430
4. Each episode whilst in post, pains me as I become more aware of how my voice is similar in octave to a suction-impeded carpet vacuum cleaner.
5. Series 4 is nigh.