Thursday, January 24, 2002

As if the surfeit of ads on television were not enough, here's a device that will trim programs to fit more ads.
It's called micro-editing.
Here's what its inventor Bill Hendershot had to say to "The little pieces we take out are so small, but we take so many of them that you can accumulate 30 seconds over 30 minutes. Each snippet is so small that you can't see or hear it. It's microediting as opposed to gross chopping. That's the key."
This sounds very similar to converting .tif images to .jpeg... :)

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