When you are pro-war even the abortion doctors call you "baby-killer."


Apple Everywhere

Apple switched gears with it's movie trailers and is now requiring iTunes 4.5 to view the "full screen" trailers. The URL actually routes through iTunes Music Store.

Previously you had to have QuickTime "Pro" ($30 upgrade) to view them. It's somewhat disingenuous as you get a large movie, which is not really full screen, its most of the screen.

If you look hard enough you can find a tool to extract the last-viewed movie trailer from iTunes and save it to disk. Then if you look again you can find a tool to extract the audio track. One might use these tools to say, download a music video and pull out the song bypassing the music store *cough* not that I would. *cough*