"Luckily I speak l33t." This is painfully bad.

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This uses the new <video> tag in the HTML5 spec, but only supports browsers which implement the H264 codec.

Two interesting bits. First, this is great news for anyone on a platform where Flash is either unavailable (like iPhone) or where performance is terrible (like Mac and Linux). Second, there is a debate about the HTML5 spec's video codec, as it supports video in Ogg Theora or in H264. Safari and Chrome support the H264 codec, while Firefox and Opera support Ogg Theora. But this player only supports the H264 codec. I wonder if other sites will follow suit, and implement a de-facto standard based on H264.

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I only knew about 30% of the quotes. But then again, I don't watch many movies with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Via @gedeon.

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Quite breathtaking, even if you've already seen the video.

 

"Whateva! I'll do what I want!"

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The interface looks to be pretty snappy, although there was a little lag when they were doing web browsing. Here's hoping that gets ironed out before release.

 

Boxee, a killer spinoff of XBMC, is now open to anyone who wants to try it.

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Three concerts from December 2008 made available via BitTorrent. This is "raw, unedited, un-color-corrected", and isn't really meant for general consumption; NIN is making this available for self-made video editors to play with.

Might go great with the new version of iMovie announced yesterday.

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With the surprise ending nobody saw coming.

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People can be really irrational about bugs. And by irrational, I mean hilarious.

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