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bmichael

Who Remembers These? Christmas Lights Up/Holiday Lights DVD's 2002-2007

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I was thinking about PC in the past and pulled out my collection of DYI DVD's that the early PC'ers used to put out spearheaded by a volunteering Greg Young at the time...this is how we did it before YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, etc!  Lots of great members and their displays on these DVD's.  2002 thru 2007.  Wonder who still comes here, who doesn't, who's given up doing a display, who's passed on, and where they are now?  The good 'ol days!  Would be cool if Greg still had the files in a format he could post on YouTube to start a "Displays of PC's Past" channel.

 

 

 

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Wow, I forgot about those! But I do remember them. Would be VERY neat to see that hit Youtube!

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Those look cool. I would love to see those.  I believe you can upload those dvds right to YouTube depending on their size.

Tom

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We were on the 2006 version not sure about 07. 2006 was our first year. Pretty lame by today's standard and display. Lol. Still at it though.

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