This is an excellent idea and great execution. Would love to see algorithmic color palates built in - I've used https://github.com/c0bra/color-scheme-js in the past and found it a pleasure to work with.
Without any motion blur at all the jerkiness of panning in the video is tremendously apparent. If you're a gamer used to 60fps in this engine, this hurts the eyes in the same way listening to a symphony through laptop speakers hurts the ears.
Hey! If you're from where I think you are you should definitely make an appearance and a local meetup a friend (@joshgillies) and I run monthly called Web Developer 42°. We have a couple of locals talking about anything from database security to git flow to front end design tooling. Beer, soft drink and pizza provided - and it's free!
Knowing local people who love what you love can make a big difference. Whilst dev jobs are few and far between down here, they do crop up - usually in smaller consulting firms. All of the consulting firms down here generally have a presence at #wd42. And everyone that meets really cares about the sorts of things on the Joel test - so any potential employers you may meet here are on the same page.
We'll be putting out the speaker list next week but in the meantime hit up our website (http://web.dev42.co/) and maybe follow us on twitter. If you want an email reminder email me and I'll add you to the announcement list.
If you are from here, shoot me an email (in profile) and we can catch up for a #pubhack, #coffeehack or similar. I'm not a hirer - but I love to code and enjoy coding with others.
Edit: I thought you meant Hobart (as it is literally at the bottom end of Australia) but was mistaken. Either way if anyone is down here on the last Wednesday of any month come to #wd42 for a beer. We're friendly only some of us have 2 heads!
+1 for this - also would love to be able to copy and paste an object that has been logged to console (this is only a problem if its a large object and its being 'abbreviated' inline within the console).
Even their etherpads/sprint sheets/team chat logs are public. Not necessarily saying the bug SHOULD be public, just thought it was intriguing. Makes me wonder what other - if any - bugs are private (excluding security ones of course).
I wish the subtitles were available via this api. That would be super useful for a project I'm working on right now. There are a few other subtitle services out there with APIs but so far all either have a broken sign up process or have not sent me my API key after requesting one.