I find Kdenlive's stability has improved dramatically over the years. It is quite full featured, though not all features are fully polished, for the most part they are at very least competitive. It certainly supports more input formats than Lightworks, which is the only competitor on Linux I'd put in the same class. Don't get me wrong, Blender is an excellent program, but with Kdenlive I can almost make do without the documentation. Blender, not so much.
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "In an apparent move to push those using older browsers to update, Google is reported to be serving outdated search pages to said browsers. The older pages lack features available on the newer versions, and this policy compounds with the limits announced in 2011 on Gmail support for older web clients. As a Google engineer put it, "We're continually making improvements to Search, so we can only provide limited support for some outdated browsers." The BBC offers a fairly comprehensive analysis, here."
... is that this appears to confirm the Neanderthals IP rights to the octothorpe, and Twitter owes them tons of back royalties.
... Islamic State is a literal plague on humanity.
There's an app for that!
... fission frisson or just another energy sector meltdown?
Then again, it may simply reflect an act of defiance toward an assignment that was unwelcome.
Isn't that what they call "Sharia Law"?
I was afraid of that. So, how do you get pixie dust off your hands?
... but I strangled my neighbor's unicorn, last night.
Rambo Tribble (1273454) writes "In South Carolina a 16-year old boy, Alex Stone, was arrested and charged with creating a disturbance at his school, as well as suspended, for choosing to write: "I killed my neighbor's pet dinosaur. I bought the gun to take care of the business," in response to a class writing assignment. The story has attracted international attention."
... for 4 billion years. Why switch now?
... if this means strangleweed fills the plant world's niche that, in our world, is filled by the NSA?
... this would appear to be a call for the ACM to adopt a more open model. And how could that be bad? [Respond on the form provided on the next page.]
Which is precisely why I advocate the use of shock collars. The rest of this stuff is just sissy nonsense.