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Monday, March 9, 2009

THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING... - Harper's Globe



For more links for Harper's and Harper's Island visit out Harper's Globe blogspot portal page

Harper's Island is intended for viewing solely in the United States and Canada at this time.

14 comments:

  1. Im confused, the embed doesnt work, and harpersglobe.com doesnt have any videos or anything for that matter, just an emailing thingy ?

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  2. It might be a location thing Hayley. Not sure though.

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  3. its a CBS embed, it could well be limited to U.S. audiences.

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  4. I really like the Harper's site! There's quite a few features (private messaging, formatting of forum posts, ability to easily edit your mask information) that was missing from lg15.com. So far, things look really good.

    A good note - if you have a lg15.com account, sign in using the same e-mail and password. You'll still be asked the first time if you want to use a mask or your real identity (since this is a separate site and requires a new profile). So don't be surprised if it says your e-mail address is already registered.

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  5. I love Melanie. I'm so excited to see her again.

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  6. it says the video has expired, and the harpersglobe.com redirects to eqal.com/harpers-globe/ with an email sign up to recieve updates. Has anyone put the vid on youtube? Saying that, they will prob block the country too. *sigh* At least i got The Last to watch.

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  7. You can access it via proxy or VPN.
    But when it comes to the editing the mask bit it doesn't seem to work.
    It is restricted to USA/Canada only.

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  8. It's now on youtube, you could maybe watch it there on the Harpers Globe channel

    Maybe?

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  9. CBS and Eqal, Inc are blocking it outside the USA and Canada. This is a problem with old fashioned and antiquated business models in the global information age:

    From HarpersGlobe.com
    "This website is intended for viewing solely in the United States and Canada. This website may contain adult content."

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  10. ...does that mean the site will be age limited as well as regionally limited?

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  11. This video worked in Japan, which was a pleasant surprise.

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  12. Mental note, never watch Harper's Globe videos in the dark.

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