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"Paleo-Sleuths", a new documentary from NET
« on: November 17, 2016, 07:33:40 PM »
Hey, all!
As some of you might know, I work at a television studio called NET. We're the PBS station for the state of Nebraska, but we also produce our own content - websites, radio shows, documentaries, and so on. Our newest doc is called "Paleo Sleuths" and is about the history of paleontology in the state - a particularly interesting story if you're interested in prehistoric elephants and other mammals!

My work is in the interactive department - I produced some of the graphics and animations for the website. The site includes the full-length documentary, too, and you can check it out here: http://paleosleuths.org

Unfortunately, there are still quite a few lingering paleontological and syntactical errors in the content - I wrote up eight pages of corrections myself, which were mostly ignored.