Cahiers du intégrer: Node.js, Angry Birds and Nic Cage's Laments

February 05, 2011 - by jacksonwest

In which I present some Joyeur staff picks from the world of motion pictures online. I promise it won't be as pretentious as the allusion in the title would suggest, so grab some popcorn and get ready to click the fullscreen button!

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Ryan D. gets top billing on the marquee this week for having premiered a new release: A screencast of the "New built-in V8 debugger client for Node.js." Jim P. would like film students take note that "Ryan sets his screen width to 40 [characters]." Of course, when Ryan wasn't on set directing the production, he found some time to help release Node.js v0.3.8.

If that kind of flick isn't your cup of soda, don't worry -- there's more laughter and tears after the jump!

Jim F. got a kick out of Funny or Die's "Real Life Angry Birds," which looks like it was as much fun to film as the popular iOS game is to play. I wonder if they'd let us set up a giant slingshot on the roof of our building in San Francisco to lob shots at, say, VentureBeat a couple of blocks down California Street?

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