Alan Lastufka a.k.a. fallofautumndistro (YouTube user name), is one of the Top 100 Most Subscribed Comedians on YouTube. His YouTube videos have had more than two million total views. One of his early short films received multiple airings on the Independent Film Channel. On YouTube, Lastufka is widely praised for his collaboration videos. One of the most popular is the "iPwn" iPhone parody commercial, starring MadTV cast member LisaNova (as well as some narration at the end that was engineered and produced by Michael Dean). CNN and YouTube held presidential debates on national television comprised solely of questions submitted by YouTubers via video. On July 23, 2007 U.S. Senator Christopher J. Dodd (D-Connecticut) made a YouTube video response answering a question on the subject of Net Neutrality submitted by Alan Lastufka. Lastufka has contributed articles to numerous international magazines and zines, while co-running a popular independent publishing project in Chicago, IL.: fallofautumn Alan is currently a teacher and skills coach for a non-profit social services agency.Michael is Hebrew for "Who is like God?" Dean, from the Latin decanus, means "one who rules over ten." An anagram for "Michael Dean" is "Deal Machine," and that truly fits. Dean never sits on his laurels, and he's constantly touching the world in special places. Michael Wareham Dean runs the well-known pop-culture blog, Stink Fight. Michael is the author of the books $30 Film School, $30 Music School, $30 Writing School, Starving in the Company of Beautiful Women, The Simple Pleasures of a Complex Girl, and DIY NOW! Digital Audio. He directed the films D.I.Y. Or Die: How To Survive as an Independent Artist and Hubert Selby Jr: It'll Be Better Tomorrow. Michael played guitar in the band The Beef People. He sang and played bass in Baby Opaque and Bomb (Warner Brothers). Michael W. Dean has toured America and Europe lecturing at youth centers, colleges, and museums. He was a speaker at the 2007 Podcast and New Media Expo. Michael contributed to O'Reilly's Digital Video Hacks book, edited O'Reilly's DV Filmmaking: From Start to Finish by Ian Aronson, and wrote "MAKE a Mailbox Movie" in MAKE Volume 3. His books $30 Film School, $30 Music School, and $30 Writing School have sold over 45,000 copies. He's co-writing a book for O'Reilly called YouTube: An Insider's Guide to Climbing the Charts". He does a podcast called Radio Free Nestlandia. Michael sleeps in late, stays up late, and works at home as a writer and filmmaker. He lives in rural Southern California with his lovely, nifty wife Debra Jean Dean and their three cats, Charlie Squitten Jr, Peanut McFluffernutter, and Fuzzbucket McFluffernutter. Michael loves communicating out to the world, but says, "A good day is one where my phone doesn't ring."