Trailer: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 — December 1, 2022
Trailer: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny —
A Seattle Sunrise — September 16, 2022
Summertime Sunsets in Seattle — August 17, 2022
Justice League Trailer Leaks — August 22, 2020
DC Universe content to be subsumed by HBO MAX — August 14, 2020

DC Universe content to be subsumed by HBO MAX

The original content that is on DCU is migrating to HBO Max. Truthfully, that’s the best platform for that content. The amount of content you get, not just DC , but generally from WarnerMedia, is huge and it’s the best value proposition, if I’m allowed to use that marketing term. We feel that is the place for that.

‪As far as DC Universe is concerned, this is the best business decision that could have made. It sucks for the programmers and engineers making that app, but rolling that content into HBO MAX makes the most sense. That’s where all the future streaming growth is going to happen. Maybe AT&T could give DC Universe subscribers a discounted rate, if only temporarily, to migrate their subs over to HBO. AT&T isn’t known for their intelligent business decisions, but we’ll see.‬

Phil Schiller becomes Apple Fellow — August 5, 2020
Fable Teaser Trailer — July 23, 2020
Good Omens: Lockdown — July 21, 2020

Good Omens: Lockdown

How in the hell did I miss this?

From io9:

The video takes place largely in voiceover, with some gorgeous footage of cakes, books, and portraits of Arizaphale and Crowley underneath. The divine duo chat over the phone about how their lives have been since social distancing started—Arizaphale has been making cakes for burglars, while Crowley just wants to put himself to sleep for several months until (hopefully) it’s all over. That is, unless Arizaphale would be cool with him coming over for awhile… naughty demon.

Beth Elderkin

Marc Levoy Heads to Adobe — July 20, 2020

Marc Levoy Heads to Adobe

Per The Verge:

Levoy will be working on computational photography initiatives across Adobe, and intriguingly, his efforts will be “centered on the concept of a universal camera app,” the company said in an email.

This really is quite the get for Adobe, not to mention a huge benefit to every smartphone manufacturer not named Google. Levoy was the mastermind behind Google’s entire computational photography division, which included their much loved Night Sight feature. And if Adobe really is working on a universal camera app that has that kind of computational punch behind it, why would the average Android user buy a Pixel?

More intriguing still, is what this means for the iPhone. This fall with iOS 14 users will be able to set default email and browser apps. Reason would have it that next year in iOS 15 users will be able to set more and different default apps. Who’s to say the camera couldn’t be one of those? This all could add up to a VERY big loss for Google.