Changes are coming to morgus.com for 2015
Morgus on DVD Morgus Presents Volume 1, the only authorized release of the Doctor's experiments on home
video, continues to be available here on morgus.com, with secure credit card payment through PayPal. It can also
be obtained at the Lousiana Music Factory and at the west-bank location of Barnes & Noble Booksellers in
Harvey, LA. If you find either location sold out, please ask them to order more and I'll refresh their stock right away!
Click HERE to add Dr. Morgus to your DVD collection. Most orders ship the same-day, so get your notebooks
The original concept of this site was to 'keep it simple' in order to provide
a satisfying experience to visitors regardless of the age of their
computers or speed of their internet service. Eventually, upgrades were
made to include audio and video, made possible by faster computers,
broadband internet and animated content using Flash technology. But
change is upon us again, and we're past the point where morgus.com
must change to keep up!
Some of the features previously found on the site have been removed or
no longer work properly. The Greeting Card function was disabled
because of security risks. Now, the Guest Book script is no longer
supported, and new comments can't be added. Also, many users now
visit with tablet computers and smartphones that have smaller displays,
and some of those devices are incapable of displaying the Flash content.
Fixing these issues will require a complete site rebuild, using responsive
web design -- a process that won't be quick or easy, but should yield a
consistent viewing experience for all users, regardless of the device or
browser they're using.
At present, I can't estimate a completion date, or guess which features
may have to be eliminated because there's no equivalent functionality in
HTML5, the suggested standard for modern websites. But it's coming...
Note: Viewers in the New Orleans area report that the Doctor's
experiments are no longer being presented on WVUE Fox 8. There are no
plans to return them to the airwaves in the foreseeable future.