I broke my back on Saturday. I was sledding, then I was airborne, then I was in an ambulance. It was pretty exciting.
While in the ER, I went through the normal round of Xrays and CT scans. Because I needed to go do a followup on said injury, I ended up having to pick up a copy of these Xrays and CT scans to transfer to the appointment. In a very cool twist of modern medicine, instead of picking up films I picked up a CD-R containing all my data. Being an enterprising fellow, I made a copy of said CD. Follow the jump for more of me!
Nvidia has announced a 128 core graphics card aimed at high end film and video editors. This seems to lend some credence to the rumor that Apple will be announcing a “Final Cut Extreme” hardware/software solution at NAB. With retail prices ranging from $2000 to more than $3000, you can start to see how such a solution could reach five digits.
Who knows what the impact of this will be, but it’s definitely an interesting possibility to consider.
Appleinsider is reporting that Adobe Creative Suite 3 will be released on the 27th of March. This is a big deal, as it will bring native Intel support to the Adobe creative apps. I’ve been running Photoshop CS3 on my MacPro since the beta was released and it’s a definite improvement.
March 27th was a day that had been supposed as a potential Leopard launch date. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Apple do some sort of announcement in conjunction with Adobe, but I’d guess they’re more likely to do speed-bumped MacPros and Macbook Pros to coincide with CS3. Leopard may not be as close to shipping as many had hoped.