Easy to recommend to fans of U2 — and you’ve probably already watched it if you are – but there’s a fantastic interview with Adam Clayton of U2 on the Irish television program The Works that covers the band’s influences, art, and staying relevant at 40 years as a band.
Set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint an intimate portrait of the brilliant man at its epicenter.
It’s a beautifully cut trailer. And I appreciate that they aren’t trying to tell his whole life story – focusing instead on his fall from and eventual return to Apple.
From the demo video it looks like Cameo has an interesting take on editing clips. Zooming in on a clip and editing it directly looks much easier, particularly on a iPhone-sized screen.
9 times out of 10, I just do quick edits on movies in the built-in Photos app and then occasionally fire up iMovie for something with multiple clips. I usually forgot to use other apps to be honest. But Cameo looks like a good option to keep handy.
Editing this video was pretty quick and easy with Cameo. My main frustration with the app is the inability to add/edit still photos to your projects like you can with other video editing apps like iMovie.
30 minutes later I have a clearer picture of what this game actually does. Taken by its individual parts, it’s nothing particularly outlandish. It’s a space-exploration game with heavy resource-gathering elements. But taken as a sum of its parts, it’s a game that demands attention and, still, expectation.
No Man’s Sky, along with Star Wars: Battlefront, are enough reason to have me pining for a Playstation 4.
From where I sit on my couch playing video games once a week with my kids, Sony seems to have won E3 this year.
This looks pretty incredible and comes at a perfect time when a lot of older gamers are starting to move on from Minecraft after playing it for many years:
It’s the first romantic ballad about incest in Coldplay’s career.
Game of Thrones: The Musical. For Red Nose Day on NBC, Coldplay and the cast of Game of Thrones join forces for the band’s most important project yet: a musical for HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Some possible Game of Thrones spoilers in here.