Part of the point of this was for people to relax, socialize and enjoy themselves, not to have a camera in their face and make them say something on the spot to appease the people who weren't there. It was already a lot of work, and to set up a roaming camera that can send a signal back to the computer for broadcast online, that would have been too much of a pain for what we had to work with. If the webcam wasn't enough, then people can actually come to the event next time and we'll put them on the A/V committee. I'm sorry, but it upsets me to hear people complain about the poor camera angle and the lighting considering how hard we worked to get that webcam operational. I was trying to appeal to the people who were actually there. That's why the lighting was as low as it was. More intimate. If you didn't like it, then I'm sorry, but you're lucky we were able to get it online at all. This was a party put on by people who don't really do this for a living, but we did the best we could, and it wasn't boring if you were there in person. Personally, I don't think we should have had the webcam at all. I think it got boring having that on the screen the whole time, but people wanted those of you who couldn't come to see it. Not to mention that the camera was aimed at the dance floor which had no one on it because they didn't want me playing music for people to dance to. They wanted it to be a socializing event. I apologize if I upset anyone and I know I will get people who disagree with me, but in my opinion, if you weren't there, too bad.