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A little more Mac

Posted by Bobby Hankinson July 9, 2007 12:33 AM

If you loved today's Online Finds featuring the Mac or PC video above, the creators say there's more in store. Here's what they had to say on future collaborations:

BEAU LEWIS (PC): "We've got some still in idea phase, some in the song refining phase, and some in the video-storyboarding phase. Look forward to something different with the same creativity and ridiculousness of 'Mac or PC.' We're all involved in additional musical projects (Spaceship Excellent, Norwester, The Sky Beneath), so you may see some of those influences blending together."

PETER FURIA (MAC): "We had A LOT of fun making this video. You can bet we've already got more in the works."

DAVID FINE (Director): "As a team, we hope to make many more videos. What they are and how funny they will be we cannot yet say. All we can say is that they will be really really really really funny and that they will be. Also, it should be noted that we have day jobs and will not be quitting them to do this. Despite the booming response to 'Mac or PC,' we feel it is necessary to continue to press on in the workaday world and remain god-fearing, red-blooded, tax-paying Americans. RUDY '08!"

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