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From a note that I sent to Alan Jacobs, a few days after Steve Jobs died: My cousin was a reader at Paramount. This was back before FinalCutPro and Sony PD150. This was back when video cameras cost $750/day to rent and a cuts only editing suite cost $50/hour, plus another $45/hour if you needed someone who knew how to run the machines. It was, however, after the advent of the desktop computer and all manner of text formating and [.
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