I don’t know why it has taken me so long to post this but I thought I should.
About a year or so ago, Devin found out about a scholarship opportunity on campus. You had to create some sort of how-to video for a new web site. Originally, Devin was going to do one on the basics of how to build a computer. Then he convinced me to do one, too. We ran out of time and were only able to get mine finished (no thanks to the crappy web site we were doing it for). So, if you feel like it, feel free to take a look. We actually got a $500 scholarship so I guess it was worth it. Shortly after the submission deadline, we realized that part of their award decision was based on the views and ratings of our post. Of course we had to boost our chance to win and we emailed a link to everyone we knew. I guess the owners of the web site were not smart enough to figure out where all the traffic was coming from and that several (or more) views and ratings was from the same person. Their loss, right?