A new video editor for BeOS hit BeBits today for your downloading pleasure. Dubbed ‘Virtual BeLive’ the software already seems a serious piece of editing software though it’s said be largely under construction by the author, Bill Davenport. The sources are available, so dig in and help Bill out if you get a chance. The software was originally developed as a college project. According to the project homepage Virtual BeLive needs help setting up a message board for the homepage.
Okay, just got back from watching the Matrix. I have only one thing to say…
F**K THE CRITICS!!! IT ROCKS!!!
Seriously, don’t listen to the negative hype. Just suspend your disbelief a little bit (as you would any sci-fi flick), and go see it! I’ll see it again, no doubt. Sure, there are a couple of unanswered things, but all in all, definitely a finale worth every moment. Go. Now.
[Disclaimer: MHO, obviously.]
AlienSolder pointed me to this link over at SourceForge. And while it isn’t uncommon to see empty BeOS projects over there, it is uncommon to see one that was started on Dec 7 of 2001. Intrigued, I emailed Neil Johnson for more information about the plans of the Honeycomb team. “Read More” to see what he had to say about the plans for Honeycomb and his view on the future of BeOS - specifically OpenBeOS - in a sort of psuedo-interview.
I think it’s very good to see that some good, professional apps are still in the works [and might I mention, finally, for some of them ]. Seems there are plenty of developers that think that we’ll be around for some time to come, enough so to continue, and start, huge projects on a “dead” OS with no future. Hmmmm… maybe it’s not so dead quite yet, ya think?!
You remember that Seinfeld episode where Elaine and the guys go to India for
Elaine’s friend’s wedding? Remember how it was told backwards by
scene? Well then you have a good idea what to expect with the
new-wave noir Memento. Read on for Rob’s review… update: though i don’t see where (maybe i didnt look close enough) a comment below asked for a spoiler warning: thus, this is a spoler warning for the review. Read on… if you DARE!!! (mwuhahahahaHAHAHAHAHAH)
Ruprect is back with a review of the Coen’s "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", a comedy set in 1920-30’s Mississippi. George Clooney plays a complete moron, accompanied by two even greater morons, on a quest that parallels that in Homer’s Odyssey, all set to one of the best soundtracks since American Beauty’s score. A previous Coen flick, The Big Lebowski is one of my favourites, so i am very anxious for this film to make it’s way to Tallahassee. In the meantime, let’s hear what Ruprect had to say…
BeGroovy’s Ruprect wrote in to point out that the trailer for “Lord of the Rings” will premier attached to the Kevin Costner film, “Thirteen Days”, tommorrow. (at least in the US, that is). I just finished reading LOTR and firmly believe that this film series (if done correctly) will unseat star wars as the best fantasy/scifi trilogy ever. It is by far the best epic story i have ever read. Oh yeah, Thirteen Days is supposed to be a great film as well, so you may actually want to stay when the trailer ends.
Santa isn’t the only one who can fly across the sky and balance precariously on rooftops… so can the warriors in what is being called the greatest martial arts movie ever made, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Ruprect is back with his view of this semi-limited release instant classic, which i am about to drive 2 hours to see.
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