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“My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure.”
- Abraham Lincoln

Totally Connected

Better than a smart phone: a new all-in-one device lets a woman (Kristen Tucker) get away to the beach "without falling behind" in the dry-witted mock commercial Totally Connected.

Director of Photography Andrew Baird rides a gurney to get a shot on the set of Totally Connected.

Director of Photography Andrew Baird shoots pedestrians' reaction to a homicidal driver, on the set of Totally Connected.

The boss always knows where his employees are, thanks to a built-in GPS transmitter, in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

A kid (Landon Henninger) tugs on his frustrated mom to get her attention, in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

The dry-witted mock commercial Totally Connected includes a testimonial by this satisfied customer (Bridget Rahill-Roach, left).

Half-shaven dork (Michael Sorrells) before buying a product that will make him “totally cool”, in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

A surgeon prepares to sharpen two scalpels against each other in the dry-witted mock commercial Totally Connected.

A woman (Bridget Rahill-Roach) watches her little boy break a leg, in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

A man (Michael Sorrells) romances a woman (Bridget Rahill-Roach), all-the-while staying connected to work, in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

A man (Michael Sorrells) puts a romantic moment on hold when work beckons in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

Blissful customer (Michael Sorrells) grins on a gurney in the mock commercial Totally Connected.

Actor Landon Henninger and production designer Nancy Smith have fun with bubbles on the set of Totally Connected.