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Having issues with finding where a behind the scenes video comes from. As some of you know, I co-ordinate the efforts of the 24 Wikiproject on Wikipedia, and the Wikipedia article wikipedia:24 (TV series) is the top hit on Google when you search for "24". I've been working on having the article present the series in a high quality way, but have run into a few stumbling blocks. Living in Australia, all my DVD's are in region 4, and I can't get access to all the special features. Is this video the special feature found on The Technology of 24?. Also, I'm trying to find the original source for this video, which has info about how the set of 24 was created. Any help or insight would be appreciated. Thanks. SteveTalk 07:29, June 11, 2011 (UTC)

I'll look into the Tech of 24 issue, that's something I might be able to figure out. Tracking the source for the other thing, I'm not familiar with the special features enough at all to know where to start. But I will see what I can do to help out.
The 24 fans community really appreciates the work you do at Wikipedia, Steve, have no doubts. If you're curious as to why I don't help directly over there, it's just too constraining at Wikipedia for me personally. I know that you are always seeking to grow the articles over there about 24, but in what you may perceive as a paradox, I would want to shrink them; so to prevent the butting of heads, I happily keep my hands busy here. Wikipedia, as a general interest encyclopedia, there is little room for the kinds of expansive, fun editing I like to do. Differing Wikipedia-agendas aside, of course we both agree that any exposure this great series gets online should be as professional and polished as possible. Blue Rook  talk  contribs 00:47, June 13, 2011 (UTC)
I managed to find the original source for the video I was looking for that was on Youtube, it was a tour of the set by Greta Van Susteren link. As for the tech of 24, still not sure 100%. But will keep working on the info I've got. SteveTalk 12:57, June 19, 2011 (UTC)

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