Richard Harrington examines the necessary cables and adapters in his laptop toolkit and wonders, "Apple seems to be on a quest for thinner and lighter…but we're to the point where this means sacrificing core features. I'd like to be thinner and lighter too, but I can't think of any limbs or appendages I'd be willing to chop off so save some ounces and fit into a smaller space.
Want to see this website in 3D without glasses? Develope Edan Kwan has developed a bit of code that can let you do just that. Head on over to his site and drag his button to your bookmarks bar. Navigate to any site, click the button and voila. Using CSS (cascading style sheets), the site is transformed into 3D right before your very eyes. (via DesignTAXI)
ZDNet reports from NAB with the news that, unlike in the IT business, cloud storage seems to be steamrolling along in the media production industry. They write, "While the bulk of the enterprise IT market grumbles about the maturity and security of cloud computing services, it looks like the media & entertainment segment is just doing it.
From now through May 6th, buying a full license or upgrade of Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 will get you an upgrade to the soon-to-be-released CS6 at no additional cost. As Safe Harbor Computers explains, that means you can "pay today's prices for tomorrow's software." Check out the promotion here.
Read and watch Safe Harbor's in-depth preview of CS6 here.
YouTube has released an update to its Video Editor that will enable one-click color correction and stabilization. Once you upload a video, YouTube will autodetect whether your video needs either of those features and ask you whether you want to apply them. You can see a side-by-side comparison of the old and new footage before you accept the changes.
SlashFilm has compiled a handy list of everything film/video related that came out of Apple's new iPad and AppleTV announcement yesterday. Purchased films (and previously purchased films) will now be available in the iCloud, AppleTV will have a new user interface that looks a lot more like those of iPhones/iPads, and everything is now available in 1080p.