• How do you search for questions you starred in Yahoo! Answers?

    Hi. This has been revamped and formatted at least once. Under its original format, you could search for questions you starred on your profile page. How do you search for your star questions NOW? Or did they get rid of that feature? Please help- thank you.
    Hi. This has been revamped and formatted at least once. Under its original format, you could search for questions you starred on your profile page. How do you search for your star questions NOW? Or did they get rid of that feature? Please help- thank you.
    2 answers · Yahoo Answers · 11 hours ago
  • What does it mean "to bend time"?

    Hi. I'm a writer. I am a bit curious and am doing some research on this. I know this sounds like something out of science fiction. I have seen and heard such phraseology used before. It sounds like it has something to do with space-time, but what does it mean "to bend time"? Please help- thank you.
    Hi. I'm a writer. I am a bit curious and am doing some research on this. I know this sounds like something out of science fiction. I have seen and heard such phraseology used before. It sounds like it has something to do with space-time, but what does it mean "to bend time"? Please help- thank you.
    3 answers · Astronomy & Space · 15 hours ago
  • Why hasn't Princess Daisy appeared in MORE platform Mario games?

    Hi. Princess Daisy first appeared in "Super Mario Land" for the Game Boy back in 1989, almost 3 DECADES AGO. Just recently, she appeared as a playable character in "Super Mario Run". Between "Super Mario Land" and "Super Mario Run" why hasn't she appeared in MORE Mario platformer games? She's a... show more
    Hi. Princess Daisy first appeared in "Super Mario Land" for the Game Boy back in 1989, almost 3 DECADES AGO. Just recently, she appeared as a playable character in "Super Mario Run". Between "Super Mario Land" and "Super Mario Run" why hasn't she appeared in MORE Mario platformer games? She's a fairly popular character, and a very likeable character, with a good-sized fanbase I presume. Some people like her MORE than Princess Peach or Princess Rosalina. Some people think she's cuter, or dare I say, hotter, than the other two princesses. I like her more than the other princesses too. The other ones are just dull and boring to me. She's mainly appeared in Mario spin-off games. You'd think she'd appear again in some other platform games, either playable or as a damsel in distress, at least. A few years ago, Nintendo had the "Year of Luigi" to celebrate Luigi's 30th anniversary since his intro in Mario Bros. and they came out with a handful of Luigi-themed games to commemorate the occasion. Daisy should have been the damsel in distress in ONE of the Luigi-themed games at least. Daisy should have appeared in more multiplayer Mario platformer games. She has yet to appear in her own game. Daisy will never be kidnapped by Bowser- she beat him up in one of the Mario Party games. A know Smash Bros. fans were happy she was finally made playable in a Smash Bros. game, "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate". I am just a little curious about this. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Video & Online Games · 2 days ago
  • What tools and/or equipment do I need to make and upload videos to web video sites and social media sites, specifically...?

    Independently-animated videos I want to produce, and video showcases of comic book panels/art? I want to make my own animation and comics and showcase them in video form, on web video sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. and on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. The comic videos are not going to be... show more
    Independently-animated videos I want to produce, and video showcases of comic book panels/art? I want to make my own animation and comics and showcase them in video form, on web video sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. and on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. The comic videos are not going to be comic dubs, they are just going to be video showcases of comic panels/art- the comics are going to be shown, panel-by-panel, and the videos are probably going to set to music. I went to school for animation years ago, and I want to make toons and comics. I don't know that much about all this digital video tech that's out there now, but I want to showcase animation and comics in video form online with the intent of making money off of them. I've been doing research on "web video monetization" and there's big money to be made in it. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Other - Internet · 3 days ago
  • What tools and/or equipment do I need to make and upload videos to web video sites and social media sites, specifically...?

    Independently-animated videos I want to produce, and video showcases of comic book panels/art? I want to make my own animation and comics and showcase them in video form, on web video sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. and on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. The comic videos are not going to be... show more
    Independently-animated videos I want to produce, and video showcases of comic book panels/art? I want to make my own animation and comics and showcase them in video form, on web video sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. and on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. The comic videos are not going to be comic dubs, they are just going to be video showcases of comic panels/art- the comics are going to be shown, panel-by-panel, and the videos are probably going to set to music. I went to school for animation years ago, and I want to make toons and comics. I don't know that much about all this digital video tech that's out there now, but I want to showcase animation and comics in video form online with the intent of making money off of them. I've been doing research on "web video monetization" and there's big money to be made in it. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Comics & Animation · 3 days ago
  • Did web video monetization exist on MySpace when Myspace was still popular?

    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I went to art school years ago for animation. I am interested in web video monetization. I would like to showcase animation and comics online in video form, with the intention of making money off of them. I don't know that much about Myspace. I didn't know what it was until I started watching American Dad.... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I went to art school years ago for animation. I am interested in web video monetization. I would like to showcase animation and comics online in video form, with the intention of making money off of them. I don't know that much about Myspace. I didn't know what it was until I started watching American Dad. I know it's been around since 2003. The old Myspace used to be what Facebook is now. It was a major social media platform. I presume after Facebook eclipsed MySpace in popularity, Myspace became solely reserved for artists and writers. Web video monetization is a big thing now. You can monetize web videos on viral sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo and on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Did web video monetization exist on Myspace when it was still popular and before it was solely reserved for writers and artists? I am just curious- please help. Thank you.
    MySpace · 3 days ago
  • What's the correct technical term to refer to an video presentation of comic book panels/art that you want to show off online?

    Hi. I am interested in showcasing some original comic art in video form online. I would like to know what is the correct technical term for such a presentation. Would that be a "video showcase" or "video slideshow"? Here is a random example illustrating what I am talking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLbz0VzgUxY... show more
    Hi. I am interested in showcasing some original comic art in video form online. I would like to know what is the correct technical term for such a presentation. Would that be a "video showcase" or "video slideshow"? Here is a random example illustrating what I am talking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLbz0Vzg... The artist is showcasing original comic art he made in the video, panel by panel, to convey and progress a story, and it's set to music. It's NOT a "comic dub"- there's NO narration involved, nor are there voice actors acting and speaking out the dialogue in each panel. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Comics & Animation · 4 days ago
  • What's the correct technical term to refer to an video presentation of comic book panels/art that you want to show off online?

    Hi. I am interested in showcasing some original comic art in video form online. I would like to know what is the correct technical term for such a presentation. Would that be a "video showcase" or "video slideshow"? Here is a random example illustrating what I am talking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLbz0VzgUxY... show more
    Hi. I am interested in showcasing some original comic art in video form online. I would like to know what is the correct technical term for such a presentation. Would that be a "video showcase" or "video slideshow"? Here is a random example illustrating what I am talking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLbz0Vzg... The artist is showcasing original comic art he made in the video, panel by panel, to convey and progress a story, and it's set to music. It's NOT a "comic dub"- there's NO narration involved, nor are there voice actors acting and speaking out the dialogue in each panel. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Other - Internet · 4 days ago
  • Has anyone who's ever showcased commission work on Deviantart.com or on any other similar site ever gotten RICH doing so?

    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I am interested in showcasing toons and comics online, and also showcasing written stories online with the intention of making money off of them. I know about DeviantArt.com. It's one of the largest online art communities online. There's also other sites similar to it:... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I am interested in showcasing toons and comics online, and also showcasing written stories online with the intention of making money off of them. I know about DeviantArt.com. It's one of the largest online art communities online. There's also other sites similar to it: https://www.topbestalternatives.com/devi... https://conceptartempire.com/sites-like-... https://createlet.com/sites-like-deviant... https://www.similarsites.com/site/deviantart.com https://www.alexa.com/find-similar-sites I don't know that much about the alternatives though. I know for a fact people can do commission work on Deviantart- create art work and/or literary work and get paid for it. I would like to think you can do the same kind of work on these other sites. Has anyone ever gotten RICH showcasing commission work (artwork and literary work) on Deviant.com or on any other similar site? I am curious. Please help - thank you.
    Other - Internet · 4 days ago
  • Has anyone who's ever showcased commission work on Deviantart.com or on any other similar site ever gotten RICH doing so?

    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I am interested in showcasing toons and comics online, and also showcasing written stories online with the intention of making money off of them. I know about DeviantArt.com. It's one of the largest online art communities online. There's also other sites similar to... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I am interested in showcasing toons and comics online, and also showcasing written stories online with the intention of making money off of them. I know about DeviantArt.com. It's one of the largest online art communities online. There's also other sites similar to it: https://www.topbestalternatives.com/devi... https://conceptartempire.com/sites-like-... https://createlet.com/sites-like-deviant... https://www.similarsites.com/site/deviantart.com https://www.alexa.com/find-similar-sites I don't know that much about the alternatives though. I know for a fact people can do commission work on Deviantart- create art work and/or literary work and get paid for it. I would like to think you can do the same kind of work on these other sites. Has anyone ever gotten RICH showcasing commission work (artwork and literary work) on Deviant.com or on any other similar site? I am curious. Please help - thank you.
    Drawing & Illustration · 4 days ago
  • Hypothetically, what would happen if Mario or Luigi ate Pac-Man Power Pellets and/or Super Pellets?

    Hi. I am just curious. This question is just for fun. I am willing to bet a large number of Americans have either heard of Super Mario Bros. or Pac-Man, or played at least one game in either one of both series. In the Pac-Man games, whenever Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man Jr., Baby Pac, Super Pac-Man or any other member of the Pac-Man family eats... show more
    Hi. I am just curious. This question is just for fun. I am willing to bet a large number of Americans have either heard of Super Mario Bros. or Pac-Man, or played at least one game in either one of both series. In the Pac-Man games, whenever Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Pac-Man Jr., Baby Pac, Super Pac-Man or any other member of the Pac-Man family eats a Power Pellet the ghosts become blue and vulnerable, making them chomp-able. It's inferred Power Pellets make the members of the Pac-Man Family temporarily invincible. Super Pellets turn Pac-Man into Super Pac-Man, and he can pass through the ghosts, but he still can't eat them without the aid of Power Pellets. In the Super Mario Bros. games, Mario and Luigi have Starmen, which render them temporarily invincible. What would happen if the Mario Bros. ate Power Pellets and/or Super Pellets? Would the Power Pellets render them invincible? Would the Super Pellets make them pass through their enemies? Could they use the Power Pellets and/or Super Pellets in conjunction with their regular power ups? Would using a Power Pellet in conjunction with Starmen prolong Mario's or Luigi's invincibility? There's the idea that Power Pellets would make ANY video game hero temporarily invincible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORLarhfq... Seeing this video piqued my curiosity. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Video & Online Games · 5 days ago
  • Are web video (web viral) sites- YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc., considered to be social media sites?

    Hi. I am a writer and artist, and I am interested in web video monetization. Web video monetization exists on YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. It also exists on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Are web video sites considered social media sites? If so, is there a term I can use that encompasses both types... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and artist, and I am interested in web video monetization. Web video monetization exists on YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. It also exists on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Are web video sites considered social media sites? If so, is there a term I can use that encompasses both types of sites? A term that refers to all of these types of sites collectively? I want to find out about monetizing web videos on as many sites as I can. Please help- thank you.
    Other - Internet · 5 days ago
  • What's the most-watched INDEPENDENTLY animated video online -on ANY web video site, or social media site or elsewhere?

    Hi. I am a writer and artist. I am interested in web video monetization. I want to create animation and comics and showcase them online in web video form, with the intention of making money off of them. I know a lot of independent comics and cartoon people showcase their work in web videos online and they make money off of that. I need to make... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and artist. I am interested in web video monetization. I want to create animation and comics and showcase them online in web video form, with the intention of making money off of them. I know a lot of independent comics and cartoon people showcase their work in web videos online and they make money off of that. I need to make some money. I know for a fact on YouTube, you can earn at least $1/1,000 views per video, and on Dailymotion and Metacafe $5/1,000 views per video. I am not sure what the pay rate is for web video views on Vimeo, or on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and Instagram, etc. I don't know if this is the MOST-watched INDEPENDENTLY animated web video online, on ANY web video site or on any social media site, or elsewhere, but I know this video generated 42+ million views on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfGcVX5l... It has 48,730,143 views a of the time of this posting of this question, The guy who made it earned $48,730 for it on YouTube, at least. Had it been on Dailymotion and Metacafe, with THAT many views, he would have earned at least 5 times that amount. I am doing all this for research purposes. I want to know what the MOST-watched independently animated video is anywhere online because I want to know how much money was made off of it. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Comics & Animation · 5 days ago
  • Are web video (web viral) sites- YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc., considered to be social media sites?

    Hi. I am a writer and artist, and I am interested in web video monetization. Web video monetization exists on YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. It also exists on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Are web video sites considered social media sites? If so, is there a term I can use that encompasses both types of... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and artist, and I am interested in web video monetization. Web video monetization exists on YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo, etc. It also exists on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Are web video sites considered social media sites? If so, is there a term I can use that encompasses both types of sites? A term that refers to all of these types of sites collectively? I want to find out about monetizing web videos on as many sites as I can. Please help- thank you.
    Other - Internet · 6 days ago
  • Did web video monetization exist on MySpace when Myspace was still popular?

    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I went to art school years ago for animation. I am interested in web video monetization. I would like to showcase animation and comics online in video form, with the intention of making money off of them. I don't know that much about Myspace. I didn't know what it was until I started watching American Dad.... show more
    Hi. I am a writer and cartoonist. I went to art school years ago for animation. I am interested in web video monetization. I would like to showcase animation and comics online in video form, with the intention of making money off of them. I don't know that much about Myspace. I didn't know what it was until I started watching American Dad. I know it's been around since 2003. The old Myspace used to be what Facebook is now. It was a major social media platform. I presume after Facebook eclipsed MySpace in popularity, Myspace became solely reserved for artists and writers. Web video monetization is a big thing now. You can monetize web videos on viral sites like YouTube, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo and on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Did web video monetization exist on Myspace when it was still popular and before it was solely reserved for writers and artists? I am just curious- please help. Thank you.
    MySpace · 6 days ago
  • Where do Spider-Man and Batman go to quick-change into their costumes?

    Traditionally, Superman, I assume most folks know (i.e, most people who know anything about Superman), used to quick-change from his Clark Kent civilian ID into Superman via a phone booth. He would keep his costume under his civilian clothes. Using superspeed and creating a blur so people can't distinguish that it's him changing into... show more
    Traditionally, Superman, I assume most folks know (i.e, most people who know anything about Superman), used to quick-change from his Clark Kent civilian ID into Superman via a phone booth. He would keep his costume under his civilian clothes. Using superspeed and creating a blur so people can't distinguish that it's him changing into Superman or back into Kent helps, especially with no phone booths around. I assume that is what he did when he still quick-changed in phone booths. I know both Spider-Man and Batman keep their costumes under their civilian clothes, but where do THEY go to quick-change into their costumes? Flash has spare costumes he keeps in capsules and he uses superspeed to change into them. Green Lantern simply materializes his costume over his civilian clothes with his power ring. Many superheroes and supervillains I presume have some convenient way to quick-change into their costumes, but some characters like Superman have to go hide somewhere to do it. Where do Batman and Spider-Man go to quick-change into their costumes? Please help. Thank you.
    4 answers · Comics & Animation · 7 days ago
  • What do you think of this idea for superhero/supervillain quick change? Is it original? If so, how can I improve upon it?

    Hi. I'm a writer and cartoonist. I was trying to think of a very practical and easy way a normal hero can quick-change into a superhero and back, or how a normal villain can quick-change into a supervillain and back. This is my idea. The character has a cell phone or smartphone he keeps on his person, He accesses a portal with it, which... show more
    Hi. I'm a writer and cartoonist. I was trying to think of a very practical and easy way a normal hero can quick-change into a superhero and back, or how a normal villain can quick-change into a supervillain and back. This is my idea. The character has a cell phone or smartphone he keeps on his person, He accesses a portal with it, which contains a gas chamber and changing station. He takes the phone into the portal, goes into the chamber which fills up with plasma gas to "supe up" then he goes into the station to change out of his civilian clothes into his costume. He leaves his civilian clothes in the chamber, takes the phone with him and leaves the portal, closes the portal up with his phone, and puts the phone away on his person (probably down in his suit). When he wants to revert back to normal, he pulls the phone out to open the portal again, this time going into the chamber with fills with antidotal gas, then goes into the station to change back into his civilian clothes, leaving his costume in the station. He takes the phone with him and leaves the portal, closing it up again with his phone and hides his phone on his person (probably down inside his shirt). I'm not sure if he should "power up" first then "suit up" or vice versa, and then later on if he should "power down" first then "suit down" or vice versa. A young lady I know liked my idea- she said it was "very modern". What do you think? How can I improve upon this idea? Please help- thank you.
    3 answers · Books & Authors · 7 days ago
  • What do you think of this idea for superhero/supervillain quick change? Is it original? If so, how can I improve upon it?

    Hi. I'm a writer and cartoonist. I was trying to think of a very practical and easy way a normal hero can quick-change into a superhero and back, or how a normal villain can quick-change into a supervillain and back. This is my idea. The character has a cell phone or smartphone he keeps on his person, He accesses a portal with it, which... show more
    Hi. I'm a writer and cartoonist. I was trying to think of a very practical and easy way a normal hero can quick-change into a superhero and back, or how a normal villain can quick-change into a supervillain and back. This is my idea. The character has a cell phone or smartphone he keeps on his person, He accesses a portal with it, which contains a gas chamber and changing station. He takes the phone into the portal, goes into the chamber which fills up with plasma gas to "supe up" then he goes into the station to change out of his civilian clothes into his costume. He leaves his civilian clothes in the chamber, takes the phone with him and leaves the portal, closes the portal up with his phone, and puts the phone away on his person (probably down in his suit). When he wants to revert back to normal, he pulls the phone out to open the portal again, this time going into the chamber with fills with antidotal gas, then goes into the station to change back into his civilian clothes, leaving his costume in the station. He takes the phone with him and leaves the portal, closing it up again with his phone and hides his phone on his person (probably down inside his shirt). I'm not sure if he should "power up" first then "suit up" or vice versa, and then later on if he should "power down" first then "suit down" or vice versa. A young lady I know liked my idea- she said it was "very modern". What do you think? How can I improve upon this idea? Please help- thank you.
    Comics & Animation · 7 days ago
  • Besides modern-day cell phones and smartphones, what other types of 21st-century touch screen devices are there?

    Hi. I don't know a whole lot about current 21st century technology. I'm "old-school". I still use some tech that's been around since the '80s and '90s. I use things like floppy disks and landline phones still. I still have a VCR. When the G4TV network was still up and running (it disbanded a few years ago), they... show more
    Hi. I don't know a whole lot about current 21st century technology. I'm "old-school". I still use some tech that's been around since the '80s and '90s. I use things like floppy disks and landline phones still. I still have a VCR. When the G4TV network was still up and running (it disbanded a few years ago), they discussed some of the current 21st century tech that's out there. Cell phones, smartphones. tablets and some other current tech that's out there. I didn't really pay too much attention to that. A few years ago, I met a young man, whom I assumed was college-aged, at my local public library and he told me about some of this technology they have now. This was when President Obama was still in office. He told me that a lot of these modern day devices- cellphones, smartphones and tablets, were bugged so that the government can listen in on your phone conversations and monitor what you're doing on your devices. That's been like that ever since 9/11. I know about some tablets, but I don't know a whole lot about them. I assume you can use them like you use a PC or a laptop. What kinds of tablets are there? What other types of 21st century devices are there besides modern-day cell phones and smartphones? And these tablets? Do they make touch-screen PCs and laptops now? Touch-screen typewriters? Are MP3 players (another device I know very little about) touch-screen? Are modern-day radios touch-screen? I know a lot of them are digital now. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Other - Electronics · 1 week ago
  • What's a better name for this supervillain?

    Hi. I have a villian- a criminal mastermind who has a "very mechanism", which, in his own words, can "control and unravel the very fabric of space and time". I originally asked, what's a better name for him? "Dr. Timepiece" or "the Watchbearer"? And I said, "I think I like the first one better-... show more
    Hi. I have a villian- a criminal mastermind who has a "very mechanism", which, in his own words, can "control and unravel the very fabric of space and time". I originally asked, what's a better name for him? "Dr. Timepiece" or "the Watchbearer"? And I said, "I think I like the first one better- to me that sounds more sinister." People told me "Watchbearer" was better. One person said, "Watchbearer has more of an open minded interpretation of the word Watchbearer than timepiece, that means some type of clock." And I responded to that person by saying, "According to https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dic... A timepiece is a clock, watch, or other device that measures and shows time. any apparatus for measuring and recording time; esp., a clock or watch. A timepiece DOES NOT HAVE to be a WATCH or CLOCK." But now that I think about it, "Dr. Timepiece" does sound of campy. I kind of think "Timebearer" is better than "Watchbearer". When I think of this character I think of a portly, elderly man who has delusions of grandeur. He would probably look something like the Kingpin from Spider-Man, but has a tuft of hair on his head. He probably has an Orsen Wellsian complex. A time-controlling baddie is not 10o percent original, I know. I want to try to give him an original way to control and manipulate time. Which name's better: "Watchbearer" or "Timebearer"? Please help- thank you.
    3 answers · Comics & Animation · 1 week ago