Change the name of this site to cinematogREDphy.com.
Change the orange disk in header to a RED disk.
No, change it to the RED iris blade icon. Cool!!!
Maybe add a motion GIF of that thing that looks like a RED lens on knife blades or something (spider?) running around the screen. Notice the last three letters of the word spider are RED backwards. Coincidence? Natural selection? What the hell is that thing anyway! Who cares, it's RED. You can have it run randomly around the screen with a RED crosshair. Shoot it and watch it shout "4k!" then hear the sound of a sword being drawn from a sheath.
Change web page subtitle to "ProREDsional Motion Picture Camera People, News & REDsources"
Make Website background RED.
Make smileys RED.
Eliminate all other topics other than RED, no one reads them now that RED is here.
Make RED have self perpetuating sub-topics so that each time someone adds a subtopic, a computer algorithm makes 9 more using random combinations of the word "RED".
Create a word of the day that starts with R and ends with D. Anytime someone types it, the screen flashes RED and a voice shouts "4k!"
Make the website play a continuous 400k tone when you are on any page on the site with a female voice that whispers "4k" every 100 seconds. 100 because the word RED is in the word "one hundred".
Write code that only allows the D, R, and E keys to work when typing messages on the site and any other keys only type the letters R, E, and D depending on what letter other than R, E, or D you type.
Create a subroutine that does automatic spelling check so that a sentence like this is corrected to say:
"CREDate a subREDtine that does automatic spelling RED so that a REDtence like this is coREDected to say:"
Create a weekly Haiku contest to discover how many words in the English language contain the word RED and can be put into 5-7-5 form such as:
This may become the new suko of the oughts!
I'm sure these and a few other ideas for the site will be appreciated now that filmmaking has been turned completely on its head and will assure a smooth transition to an inevitable change to the future of cinematogREDphy.
Edited by WALTER GRAFF, 04 May 2007 - 09:10 PM.