I can tell you that there are LOTS of non-technical people interested in badging, and I'm confident that the resources you are building will be welcomed.
Took a look and would agree with Kerri that the use of popcorn adds a lot. However, as you suspected there are a series of formatting issues (different ones with different browsers) that seem to be a bit ptoblematic. Here are a few things I've found....
1) It's funky in Chrome, with the popcorn fields truncating the text rather than wrapping and overlapping the primary field.
2) In Firefox it seems to work well, but I'd suggest making the fonts and or real estate assigned to the supplemental windows a bit smaller so that the text in the primary video window is more legible. I realize that there is not time to actually read everything and that that is not the point, but I do think that being able to make out the content better will help maintain interest. (There will be lots of time spent with these videos if people use most of all that you are creating, and you want it to be a high-interest experience.)
3) In Safari one popcorn window seem to function, but one doesn't.
Again, It's a great contribution. Thanks!!
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On Jul 26, 2012, at 3:14 AM, Peter Rawsthorne wrote: