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Month February 2024 causes a flood of spam pull requests to open source projects

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Tumblr and WordPress Are Preparing To Sell User Data To OpenAI and Midjourney, Report Says

Tumblr and WordPress are preparing to sell user data to Midjourney and OpenAI, 404Media reported Tuesday, citing a source with internal knowledge about the deals and internal documents. From the report: The exact types of data from each platform going… Continue Reading →

Windows 11 Has a Free Video Editor Again (and It’s Pretty Good)

Once upon a time, Windows came with a rather capable video editor called Movie Maker, but it was discontinued back in 2017. After something of a delay, Clipchamp arrived to serve as the new default video editor in Microsoft’s operating… Continue Reading →

What’s New on Max in March 2024

Max has a handful of big names on its March slate. First up is the HBO Original The Regime (March 3), a political satire starring Kate Winslet as the increasingly paranoid chancellor of an authoritarian regime that’s coming apart. Dream… Continue Reading →

The 22 Best Oscar-winning Movies on Netflix Right Now

The Academy Awards aren’t everything. Sometimes winning movies truly represent the best films of their years; sometimes they reflect a zeitgeist that winds up looking weird in later years; sometimes they’re just completely inexplicable. But let’s focus on the times… Continue Reading →

Blender Open Movies. Featuring all the production files, assets, and artwork

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Ask HN: People who switched from GPT to their own models. How was it?

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Inkitt, a self-publishing platform using AI to develop bestsellers, books $37M led by Khosla

Everyone has a story in them, as someone famous once said. A startup called Inkitt believes that it can use AI to turn the strongest of these into blockbusters and to build a new “Disney” for the 21st century around… Continue Reading →

Sony claims to offer subs “appropriate value” for deleting digital libraries

Enlarge / A scene from One Piece, one of the animes that Funimation has distributed. (credit: Zoro/YouTube) Sony is making an effort to appease customers who will lose their entire Funimation digital libraries when the anime streaming service merges into… Continue Reading →

Age of Empires 2 gets another expansion 25 years later, and deservedly so

Enlarge / A battle between Ragnar Lothbrok and Oda Nobunaga was unlikely to occur, given the roughly 700 years between their existences. But Age of Empires is a limitless canvas. (credit: World’s Edge) Real-time strategy (RTS) games aren’t getting many… Continue Reading →

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