On May 11, 2006, in a Warpbot email titled "Boards of Canada Trailer", Warp unveiled a new Boards of Canada microsite at http://www.warprecords.com/666.
Above: the content of the announcement email
The site asks the used to select "hi" or "lo" bandwidth options. Upon choosing, the site plays a video composed of multiple spliced video segments with music from a number of BoC interlude tracks from various releases (not all of them official).
After the video finishes, the Trans Canada Highway cover appears, then scrolls horizontal leaving only the text portion showing. Additional text appears promoting the Trans Canada Highway release and giving credits for the video. An interlude from the new EP, "Heard from Telegraph Lines", is played in the background.
Throughout the video (but not at all times), a running time code is displayed on near the bottom of the frame. However, the numbers don't increment in a regular fashion.
The standard time code reads "TCR HH:MM:SS:FF", where HH is hours, MM is minutes, SS is seconds and FF is frames. "TCR" stands for "Time Counter Reading".
Before BoC logo:
During "Bears" portion
Start of porn:
Midway through porn:
Aside from the sychronized numbers displayed in time with the "counting" segment of "A is to B as B is to C" and the time codes, a number of other numbers also appear repeatedly, in brief flashes.
The page itself was created by remote location, a one-man graphics design firm run by Adam Rodgers.
According to his page, the video short was directed by Melissa Olson.