Manning the weapons chair at the ancient outpost, duh..
Not quite. That's part of it, but they are also using their platform to push an anti-freespeech agenda (which is also their right). Considering the influence they have on online discourse today, their actions are not benign.
Oh yes it does. Being manipulated into something is not the same thing as a conscious choice.
no, the industry is pushing people that way, using appeals of convenience to challenge their better judgements.
Most of the people developing for Facebook were not even born when "DOS ain't done till Lotus won't run" happened.
That's the problem right there.
All the convoluted modulation required to squeeze all that bw into sane amounts of spectrum multiplied by the number of devices in close proximity will inevitably be less efficient than hardwired equivalents using similar modulation methods.
Even if somehow you managed to squeeze all of this fantasy into a mobile formfactor, someone will want a whole bunch of it crammed into a much bigger box because top performance is more important than portability for the use case.
I know people are obsessed with mobile, but there will always be those who require hardware and software that allows more flexible user-defined workflows. Mobile's locked down software distribution and fisher price interfaces cannot do this.
Well, if they want full flexibility, yes. Mobile is not going to give them that.
The next iteration after that will feature a keyboard and a pointing device! Amazon will eventually take us back to using a desktop computer.
If kdenlive supports v4l2, this might help. I don't have a dv cam to test this with, but the module builds just fine on my x86_64 kernel 4.8.11 system. All I did was clone with git and type make. Your distro might even have pkgs for it.
Well, then they can quit obfuscating the information that consumers want. It would save them from the researching that requires "A GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER" to accomplish efficiently. (good luck with that)
mobile is a compromise platform. These issues cannot be entirely optimized away. When optimal productivity is needed, nothing replaces a good pc with high pixel density monitor.
"The chain which can be yanked is not the eternal chain." -- G. Fitch