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You learn something new every day; what did you learn today?Submit interesting and specific facts that you just found out (not broad information you looked up, TodayILearned is not /r/wikipedia).Submissions must be verifiable. Please link directly to a reliable source that supports the claim in your post title. TIL there is a fan made edit of "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace". It removes 18 minutes of dialogue and almost every scene with Jar Jar Binks, critics say its better than the original. : todayilearned
In the RAW | johnbrawley My involvement in the development of the Blackmagic Cinema camera has raised the question of just what it means to have a RAW camera to shoot with. I guess till now it wasn’t really like there was a RAW shooting video camera for the film-making masses. Really they are true pioneers for offering this kind of image making pipeline for such a crazy low cost of entry for the camera. I guess I’ve forgotten about my own steep learning curve that came with being exposed to a RAW workflow from shooting stills.
An Unexpected Ass Kicking
Nothing has blown my mind quite like this case..
John Cleese on How to Be Creative
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Why The Joker and Not Batman is the Savior of Us All What if I told you that Batman is not the true hero in the Dark Knight saga? What if I told you instead that if The Joker did not exist, Gotham would be overrun by organized crime families and the corrupt politicians that live in their pockets? And what if I told you that there is mathematical proof of this argument's validity? Curious?
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Massive Kinetic Racetrack Makes LA Debut LA, it's almost time. We just got word from LACMA that Chris Burden's epic racetrack sculpture will be make its press debut on Wednesday, January 11, and its public one on January 14. Called Metropolis II, it's a complex, large-scale kinetic structure that's modeled after a fast-faced modern city. Soon we'll all be able to witness 1,100 Hot Wheel-sized cars zip through and around model skyscrapers and trains. According to the LA Times, "There are 18 lines of traffic and you'll witness 100,000 cars passing through the system in an hour."