Thadeusproject.com is a rich media experience, and to properly enjoy it you're going to need the following.
Much of our site, including the art at the top of each page, is powered by Macromedia Flash. Flash is a free plug-in and can be found on over 90% of all browsers if you do not have it installed on yours, it's likely that there are huge chunks of the Internet that you're missing out on!
The video content at thadeusproject.com is presented primarily in Apple QuickTime format. QuickTime presents the best cross-platform experience for online video, and their site offers tons of free video clips and movie trailers to enjoy. Check it out! (You do not need QuickTime Pro to enjoy thadeusproject.com the free version will work perfectly fine.)
Soon thadeusproject.com will offer downloadable MP3s, and our albums will be available for purchase on the iTunes Music Store. If you don't have it yet, why not download iTunes today and be ready for when our jukebox arrives?
A Modern Browser
If you're still using Internet Explorer 5 or Netscape Navigator, the vast majority of this site is unlikely to look right. This is because both of these browsers are outdated. Thadeusproject.com takes advantage of a number of advancements made since these browsers were released, and we urge you to upgrade your browser now for the best Internet experience.
For the PC, we recommend using Firefox, a free, modern browser from the Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is the modern descendant of Netscape Navigator and includes pop-up window blocking, tabbed browsing, full CSS support, and vastly better spyware protection than Internet Explorer. Forbes calls Firefox "better than Internet Explorer by leaps and bounds" it's fast, it's free, and it's one of the best browsers for the PC on the market. What are you waiting for?
For the Apple Macintosh, the best browser is the one that ships with Mac OS X 10.2, 10.3 or 10.4: Safari. Like Firefox, it includes pop-up blocking, full support for modern standards, tabbed browsing, and offers vastly superior security features to Internet Explorer.
The web browser supplied by AOL is not fully standards-compliant, but improves with each release. If you are an AOL customer and our web site looks strange to you, we suggest you check to make sure you're running the latest version of their software. If not, please consider making the upgrade and if you are, you may want to try using a different browser on your computer while still connected using AOL. Some versions of AOL will allow you to use more than one open browser application at a time.