I'm not even going to comment on the videos but let's look at the files themselves.
Palasheea posted a screenshot
of what his C drive looks like with the files there.
The first thing I noticed is that he has the "hide extensions of known files" option turned on. What does this mean? That the extensions of files
that Windows "knows" don't get displayed.
If you notice the other files there, he has files that Windows marks (and displays their icons) as "Text Document" or "Paint Shop Pro 9 Image"
even though they're extensions don't show up (.txt and .psp if I'm not mistaken).
So well, what does this exactly mean? Look at the video files filenames now: ScreenCam.avi
The so called .avi extension is in the middle of the filename. 08_31_2006 is part of the filename. The files themselves might not even be .avi files
at all. Try it in your Windows. Turn on the "hide extensions of known files" and then name a file like ScreenCam.avi08_31_2006.wmv for example.
Windows will display it's name as ScreenCam.avi08_31_2006 and give it a "video clip" icon.
Notice also that all the other files there Windows displays their filename in black, below that it shows what type of file it is - in light gray - and
below that it shows the filesize also in light gray.
Now look at the so called video files. Windows doesn't display their size. And the so called 'timestamp' also shows up in black and not light
This is because the so called 'timestamp' is actually also part of the filename. Don't believe me? Try it yourself.
Turn on "hide extensions of known files", make a new file and give it a name like ScreenCam.avi08_31_2006 2_46_03PM.avi
Then in Windows explorer go to View and choose "Tiles". It breaks up the filename and 2_46_03PM is displayed on the second line.
Next hoax please...
edit: View option was actually "Tiles" and not "List"
[edit on 6-11-2007 by danx]