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August 24 2007

MTV interviews Brian K Vaughan. This interview covers Y The Last Man and Ex Machina heading to the big screen. Also Buffy, Runaways and his work on Lost. Plus, interview snippets with Amber Benson and Joss (both interview clips are from a few months ago - the same sessions used here).

[ edited by zeitgeist on 2007-08-24 16:38 ]

Grrr... argghh.... at the link I get "Copyrights restrict us from playing this video from outside the U.S.".

Anyone want to sum up the interview for those of us not living in the US?
ummm .... I live in Malaysia, and I managed to view it just fine.

Weird.
Weird, I'm in Brazil, and also got to play it.
Clearly when they say "outside the US" they actually mean "inside the British Commonwealth".

Will have to do proxy jiggery pokery when I get home.
That was pretty cool.
Ex Machina. But awesome nonetheless.
Saje, please explain the proxy jiggery pokery thing. I am gagging to see this.
I had no trouble seeing it, except for the very slow loading (curse you AT&T DSL!), and I gotta say that the Joss Whedon death threat was worth waiting for! I have definitely become a huge BKV fan, and I'm really excited about the Faith arc.
daylight, here's a post by Invisible Green from a 'Dexter' thread last year. This proxy works a treat for viewing most geo blocked content. Err, or so i've been told ;-).

Hey Non-US-ers!

Puds38 over at TWoP posted this:

Got this from a cyber-friend who lives in Germany. She uses firefox browser. I don't use firefox, but if you want to try it this is what she says to do.
For Firefox:

Open your browser
open tools
select options
click general
click connection settings
Select the Manual proxy configuration option
In the HTTP Proxy box, type 128.114.63.15
In the HTTP Proxy Port box, type 3127
click ok
again click ok to return to Firefox

If you want to surf to through the net like before
select options
click general
click connection settings
click auto-detect proxy settings

Invisible Green | September 20, 20:38 CET

Thanks Saje! It even still works now that I've changed it back, weirdly...
For those struggling with MTV.com for whatever reason:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxnObAfsAaA

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