Not that PDF reflow actually works well, but still. People expect certain things.
I guess instead of fielding complaints about reflow not working on non-reflowable PDFs, Kobo will field complaints about the lack of PDF reflow. They can’t win.
I think this is Sony being viral. I don’t think this was shot at a screening theater. I think this was taken off a super-HD TV/monitor.
I’ve seen this probably over twenty times. It’s a masterful work of editing and whoever did it, I salute you.
My curiosity got the better of me one viewing and I started to count the cuts. I was amazed. Then today I got all anal and ran it slo-mo in VLC and snapped each cut. I didn’t go after key frames, so some might be murky. And I hope I caught everything. I did this only once.
Let’s count the cuts together after the break!
Writer urges Internet junkies to ‘switch off’ and think
Like tens of millions of others, US technology writer Nicholas Carr found the lure of the worldwide web hard to resist — until he noticed it was getting harder and harder to concentrate.
So he flails around for a reason and — ta da! — it’s the Internet.
Put up or shut up, Carr: Are you taking a statin medication?
If so, it’s not the Internet. It’s your brain being de-cored day-by-day.
It was May 30, 2007 when an out-of-touch innovator named Jeff Hawkins unleashed his latest creation upon the world.
It was called the Foleo and was billed as the “first smartphone companion.”