Is Motion Smoothing Ruining Cinema?

With TVs now delivering images faster than movies, TV manufacturers have tried to make up for that discrepancy via a digital process called motion smoothing. Whether you’ve realized it or not, you’ve likely watched a movie in motion smoothing, as it’s now the default setting on most TVs sold in the United States. Bilge Ebiri from Vulture says that while this feature was well-intentioned, “most people hate it.” He argues: “Motion smoothing transforms an absorbing movie or narrative TV show into something uncanny. The very texture of what you’re watching changes. The drama onscreen reads as manufactured, and everyone moves like they’re on a daytime soap — which is why it’s sometimes called the ‘soap-opera effect.’ In other words, motion smoothing is fundamentally ruining the way we experience film.” From the report: Motion smoothing is unquestionably a compromised way of watching films and TV shows, which are meticulously crafted to


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How to Disable SELinux Temporarily or Permanently

Linux is regarded as one of the most secure operating systems you can use today, that is because of its illustrious security implementation features such as SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux). For starters, SELinux is described…
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Building a Modern CI/CD Pipeline in the Serverless Era with GitOps

Guest post by AWS Community Hero Shimon Tolts, CTO and co-founder at Datree.io. He specializes in developer tools and infrastructure, running a company that is 100% serverless.
In recent years, there was a major transition in the way you build and ship software. This was mainly around microservices, splitting code into small components, using infrastructure as code, and using Git as the single source of truth that glues it all together.
In this post, I discuss the transition and the different steps of modern software development to showcase the possible solutions for the serverless world. In addition, I list useful tools that were designed for this era.
What is serverless?
Before I dive into the wonderful world of serverless development and tooling, here’s what I mean by serverless. The AWS website talks about four main benefits:
No server management.
Flexible scaling.
Pay for value.
Automated high availability.


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