A truly Shatnerian performance. There is music and everything. Glorious. Thank you, Conan.
Mozilla won’t support H.264, Apple won’t support Ogg, Google will support both, and Microsoft won’t say. Doubt this will change anytime soon, which really makes me sad.
One of the most insane videos of the 1980s gets the Literal treatment. Plenty of good moments, here. “What the effing crap?” indeed.
This is how pretty much every major client I’ve ever had does things. It is a lot less funny when you are waiting on thousands instead of dozens of dollars.
This is, apparently, not a joke. What it is, is 4 minutes of some poor hired goon trying to pretend like this isn’t the biggest pain in the ass of thing to attempt. The video summary says:
At the DMCA 1201 hearings at the Copyright Office at the Library of Congress, representatives from the MPAA showed a video demonstrating how users can videorecord a TV set. They argue this is an acceptable analog alternative to breaking copy protection on a DVD.
The mind reels.
Stick with this clip. I think by friday it may still be high in the running for most batshit thing I’ve seen all week.
In short: Context is king. His central theme seems to be that simply looking at the rulesets of old games is missing the point. The platform itself informs the game to a huge degree.
This is fantastic. PBS, in honor of it’s 40th anniversary, is putting up tons of content onto it’s site, viewable on-demand. Including: American Masters, Frontline, and the biggest draw to me right now: Nova.
The problem: Like most video sites, it’s region-locked. Can’t be viewed outside the US. Shame.
by way of the blue