Wednesday, 17 August 2011
Written, produced, directed: Nauris Nikans http://naurisnikans.blogspot.com/
Cast: Alexis Greenwood, Hector Ruiz
Music: Martin Ratledge
Hair stylist: Debi Hibbert
Here is the full sound track: IT People by Martin Ratledge
Olap (if they had some kind of affair in the past)
Irma (the same here)
Olap (with the sexy voice)
Your main frame is not too bad today. Nice dress. PGP.
I must say, your resolution looks amazing after yesterday's short circuit!
I wouldn’t mind pushing your buttons today too. Besides, the black box of yours needs some inspection.
Oh, boy! Somebody in the Silicon Valley needs an attention too. Can I make an appointment?
Sure! I will bring my coaxial cable with me.
I like your bit stream. And don’t forget about the complete indexing or the socket will not be ready!
Is the access point and time the same?
Cached (pronounced as cashed)
How about your wi.. floppy disk?
Buffer flashed to the parent’s house!
Heavy card punch
Totally case sensitive
I’m off of the chat mode
For Filmmakers—Create a video, up to 60 seconds long, that somehow features techies using obscure high-tech jargon to discuss the finer points of communications technology.
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