Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Oct 2012 09:24 UTC
Legal The failing US patent system is getting ever more mainstream - The New York Times is running a long and details piece on the failings of the system, especially in relation to the technology industry most of us hold so dearly. Most of the stuff in there isn't new to us - but there's two things in the article I want to highlight.
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RE[2]: Personal experience
by zima on Mon 15th Oct 2012 23:22 UTC in reply to "RE: Personal experience"
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~Linux, OSS video editing packages - which pretty much ignore all those MPEG licensing issues - are still severely lacking... (not only when it comes to features)

...perhaps "aspirations" or "prototyping and playing with my own ideas, which was fun" doesn't quite cut it here, perhaps this category of software is among the harder to do - for that matter, most of commercial video tools (coming from small and big players) are also meh. Good there is quite nice, and very modestly priced, Sony Vegas Movie Studio.

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