Almost Time For The Big Game

No, not the Super Bowl. Although that’s a pretty big one. No, we’re talking about Puppy Bowl XII—coming up Sunday Feb. 7 at 3/2c! Here’s a kinda sorta preview…move the little arrows in the circle with your mouse for a totally immersive 360 degree experience!


(Once you click ‘play’ you’ll see this circle top left with the nav arrows:)

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Comments

  1. grytlappar says:

    They could use a more structured practice. Or COULD they?

  2. I have no idea what “little arrows in the circle” refers to — I see no circle and no arrows, and anytime I click the screen all it does is pause. On the other hand, yesterday I lost much functionality on the Youtube windows on this site. I can no longer pause or play below the video — only by clicking the image. More serious, I lost the Youtube logo in the lower right that enables me to view the video on Youtube directly. This is handy if playback here is slow; also, sometimes I want to look on Youtube to see if there is additional information on the video itself. What causes things like this, is it Firefox or Cute Overload or Youtube? Something changed but WHY?

  3. I only watch for the halftime show.

  4. 100 times better then that ‘other’ game ..

  5. This format does not work on an Ipad. Unlike Michael, I have no clue about social media outlets. But technological simpleton that I am, Puppy Bowl is a MUST SEE for me.

  6. FWIW, by experimenting I found that, although the icons are no longer there for settings, full screen or to view on Youtube, if I hover over that part of the lower bar, the commands ARE still available. So I clicked to view one of the 360 videos on Youtube and received the caution “360° video playback is not supported on this browser. ” Then I clicked the “learn more” link and was told “To watch 360 degree videos, you’ll need the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Internet Explorer on your computer. On mobile, use the latest version of the YouTube app for Android or iOS.” However, I HAVE the latest version of Firefox — it automatically updates. And it not only won’t play 360 videos, it won’t play Twitter or Vine; I keep getting the “this browser does not support video playback” message. I love computers but I hate them too. How is a non-coder supposed to figure this stuff out?