Yeah, right, Adobe is absolutely famous for listening. I’ll bite though, let’s start by sorting clips by name as default, the way 99% of professionals shoot, rather than sorting by *undefined*
Pretty bad advice here. Outside of some basic skills and techniques, the most important part of film school is networking and learning how to work along with a crew. Today's culture is all about not offending anyone, but the best advice you can get is suck it up. Feeling uncomfortable is a pretty minor obstacle in this profession, if you can't deal with that and move past it it might just not be the right fit for you. Obviously later on when you have a good portfolio and experience it's only natural to be able to pick and choose who you work with, but even then you'll be severely restricting yourself if you will only work with people you like. School's hard, work is harder.
Charge what you think your time and gear are worth. Not sure what the question is here.
What is this trash? Was it written by a thirteen year old redditor? If you can’t find writers with experience in film, you guys need to just stick with compiling content from outside sources.
The big screen? If you mean tablets, sure, though never heard that term applied to them. If you mean TV or theaters I can't imagine any possible use for this there.
How is this an amazing post? They ran one speed test and the rest of the article is a wordy version of the summary for the product on B&H. This isn't a review, it's a simplistic ad.