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Submission + - Open Source Cross Platform Video Editing

An anonymous reader writes: My wife and I will be traveling soon and we want to video editing on the go. It would be ideal if we could have an external hard drive with the footage and project files that can be plugged into a mac or pc.

Are their any good solutions available? Ideally it would run on the big 3, but Mac and Linux minimum.
Desktops (Apple)

Submission + - Mac Flashback attack began with Wordpress blogs (eweek.com)

beaverdownunder writes: Alexander Gostev, head of the global research and analysis team at Kaspersky, says that “tens of thousands of sites powered by WordPress were compromised. How this happened is unclear. The main theories are that bloggers were using a vulnerable version of WordPress or they had installed the ToolsPack plug-in.”
America Online

Submission + - Is Mark Zuckerberg 'Steve Case 2.0'?

theodp writes: With all signs for Facebook pointing up, author Douglas Rushkoff goes contra, arguing that Facebook hype will fade. 'Appearances can be deceiving,' says Rushkoff. 'In fact, as I read the situation, we are witnessing the beginning of the end of Facebook. These aren't the symptoms of a company that is winning, but one that is cashing out.' Rushkoff, who made a similar argument about AOL eleven years ago in a quashed NY Times op-ed, reminds us that AOL was also once considered ubiquitous and invincible, and former AOL CEO Steve Case was deemed no less a genius than Mark Zuckerberg. 'So it's not that MySpace lost and Facebook won,' concludes Rushkoff. 'It's that MySpace won first, and Facebook won next. They'll go down in the same order.'

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