More fallout from the botched update of the Mac's professional video editing software
David Pogue, who gave it a positive review in Thursday's New York Times, was forced to revisit his assessment that afternoon. "In 10 years of writing Times columns, I've never encountered anything quite like this," he wrote. "After one day of using it, many professional video editors are running through the streets with pitchforks."
Meanwhile, the negative comments on Apple's Mac App Store continue to pile up. As of mid-day Saturday, 471 of 1,028 reviewers had given it one-star -- the most-negative rating Apple allows.
But nobody had more fun with the new version that the post-production crew at the Conan O'Brien show, who put it through its paces in a video entitled "Conan's Editors Absolutely Love Apple's New Final Cut Pro X."
We've pasted a Flash version below the fold.
How a late-night Luddite accidentally fought his way back into bedrooms (and computers, smartphones, and tablets) across America.
By Douglas Alden Warshaw, contributor
Conan O'Brien is in his bedroom. It's a little bit past 11 p.m., and he's shyly, hesitantly, nervously attempting to do his first webcast. But he keeps getting interrupted. And it's driving him crazy. "Get out of my room! Get out of my room! This is private!" O'Brien's embarrassed, MOREFeb 10, 2011 5:00 AM ET
The live performance of his Legally Not Allowed to be Funny on TV tour is being watched by Google employees, who seem to have some of the best perks in the business.
Google was nice enough to invite me to their NYC headquarters yesterday for lunch. After eating some very tasty, yet healthy, gourmet dishes on a terrace with an incredible view of New York City, I was shown all of MORESeth Weintraub - May 5, 2010 2:07 PM ET
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