Complete garbage of article.
"Big formats sometimes disappear faster than we think" -- not really, usually they hang around for ages, you just mentioned yourself VHS only died last year and it's been around since seventies.
But how do you even define a "death" of a digital format? The idea of having to need plugin is ridiculous, considering lame.exe which includes both encoder and decoder is les than 500kb -- what's the problem keeping that code in any future player? No to mention everyone's collection is in MP3 and if anything, people are switching to streaming or the audiophile minority to lossless formats, not to the AAC.
To sum it up, nothing happened, MP3 patent just expired, so the implementation is even easier and cheaper than ever.
Nice one. NFS should really tone down their headlines.
The image is titled ucb_season_1.jpg, so possibly this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upright_Citizens_Brigade_(TV_series)
Another bit from same rehearsal: https://youtu.be/bZ6L_Y3jysE
Ehm, "easy on the wallet"?
That would be Ratrig, not this.
It's true if you really want to edit full-scale on a laptop. Why would you do that, I don't know though. If you do dirty edits on the go, it's easy to use proxies and you don't need supermonitor for that. Nice build quality though, those Apple laptops -- only the higher end PC laptops can rival it.