I woke up last Thurday morning with One Night in Bangkok stuck in my head, quickly followed by Quartet and Embassy Lament. A few days of obsessing over the soundtrack led to this discovery. I hope eventually someone does a movie. Note: I am available to direct.
I’m so confused by this. are the Laugh Out Loud Cats a new creation designed to look old, or an old creation with rewritten dialog made to make them look new? There are strips that contain computers, so I’m guessing the former. But still… am confused. Kthanksbai!
“Multitasking messes with the brain in several ways. At the most basic level, the mental balancing acts that it requires—the constant switching and pivoting—energize regions of the brain that specialize in visual processing and physical coordination and simultaneously appear to shortchange some of the higher areas related to memory and learning. We concentrate on the act of concentration at the expense of whatever it is that we’re supposed to be concentrating on.”—The Autumn of the Multitaskers
These pretty much sum up my reasons for not wanting a MacBook Air. That, and I do video for a living, and it’s just not the kind of meaty machine I need if I’m going to do client work while I’m on vacation. Which happens more than I’d like to think.
“Its hard to know why some react negatively to new(er) technology. Sometimes proper setup and training are lacking, so there is a bad experience. Often its due to taking people out of their comfort zone. And Avid has been the system all these editors are comfortable with.”—Editing BOOK OF BLOOD on FCP