So much news passes before our collective eyes every day that we couldn't possibly cover it all. Mostly because much of it isn't worth covering! But here are a some borderline tidbits we passed on, just in case.
The Tron Lightcycle Goes Green
So the guys who built the Tron lightcycle in real life a while ago? They're back with a battery-powered version, which I guess is somehow more Tron, except I don't think the lightcycles in the movie were powered by much more than imagination. The certainly turned more sharply than this big honkin glowy bicicleta, which does't round corners so much as oafishly sneak up on them. [Technabob]
Hundreds of Batteries, Disappointing Sparks
Are there explosions in this video? Yes, OK, there are, but they are not of the mega boomtime variety. And they take forever and a day to get to. So if you want to watch a bunch of batteries make a a little glowing light do by all means go ahead, but my goodness don't say you weren't warned about the cost-benefit analysis here. [Book of Joe]
Apple Concedes XML Import/Export for Final Cut Pro X
All of you (rightly) angered professional video types, take heed! Apple has made good on its promise to add XML export to Final Cut Pro X. Whether that's enough mollification for you to put your pitchforks back in their sheds is your choice alone. [CNET]
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