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if you need help understanding Boston’s train… Super MBTAworld!! 

theriotisover:

if you need help understanding Boston’s train… Super MBTAworld!! 

piware:

This building sits across from my edit bay.  Hollywood legend holds that when Howard Hughes lost his mind and holed up for years on end, he did so in that wide short tower.   (Taken with instagram)

piware:

This building sits across from my edit bay. Hollywood legend holds that when Howard Hughes lost his mind and holed up for years on end, he did so in that wide short tower. (Taken with instagram)

piware:

Final Cut always promises us TV & filmmakers the World and delivers us… Kansas.  This time they’ve delivered us the Wichita landfill.

Apparently you cannot open Final Cut Pro 7 projects you may have created for broadcast television, but you can open old iMovie projects.   Apparently you have a magnetic timeline which is nifty.  But no multicam function.  Apparently you can’t do real time audio markers.  Or assign audio tracks.  Or export OMF files.  Or show video on an interlaced client monitor.  Apparently the word “Pro” in the program’s title is a lie.  As Luke Burbank would say, FCP X gets a big “not awesome”.

To tell you the truth, since I have a small preference for Avid, Final Cut’s latest “revolution” in editing makes me feel secure in that the competition between the two programs is far from having a clear winner—which guarantees future innovation. 

So to all the hysterical fans who were having Apple-flavored editor-gasms at the keynote address in April, I guess it’s time for you to sober up and pour back the Kool Aid.

I’m not sure if this is awesome…or insulting…or both.

LCD Soundsystem’s last show in all its glory. Arcade Fire guesting! So sad I missed this…

This makes me really happy: “Regulate” Remixed for Toy Instruments and Cello

I think this is fantastic.  It’s like a Voltron of nostalgia. Even greater with powers combined: Pulp Muppets (by 416film)