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First, I would recommend converting the images to.pngs. Pngs are smaller files so the speed should be faster and it’s often the case that VLC can be noticeably faster for pngs than it is for jpeg (assuming you get good quality).
Next, you can’t predict the behavior of VLC when running under multiple threads on the same machine. This is entirely variable and can have a huge impact on your performance. If you’re on a good computer, you can play a 10+ minute video by just spinning up a few cores while playing and it shouldn’t impact your system. If you’re on an older machine or somewhere else where, you may run into the case where there are just simply too many user processes running on your system that it can’t handle all that simultaneously, and they start working against each other slowing down one another.
In short, there is no real way to tell how VLC will perform in any given environment.
If you really need to increase VLC’s thread count, consider increasing the limit with the process command. The default is usually 2 and you can probably safely raise it to 4 or 8.

Surprise! A high-end/luxury hotel announced in the middle of an explosion of new hotels near Times Square is a pretty big deal. Turns out that the new, 22-story Paris Hotel in the heart of a historic building at 60 West 50th Street is one of dozens of hotel projects announced in New York in the last year.

What makes this one different is the location. Despite being 10 blocks from Times Square, it’s arguably the most stylish hotel you can book anywhere in Manhattan, with an Art Deco exterior dating back to 1925 and an Art Moderne lobby.

For now, it’s the closest luxury hotel to the square. But don’t mistake it for a faux-Grand Tour hotel, as much as the marketing copy promises. The hotel will open in late 2016 in a walkable area that is developing rapidly, a short distance from Carnegie Hall, Grand Central and the High Line.


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By Barry Grey

21 February 2016

The New York Times just published a blistering critique of the Trump presidential campaign and the Republican Party by Times columnist David Brooks, a liberal columnist and social commentator who has, in the past, expressed ambivalence on the presidential race.

In the wake of the mass murder of journalists and staffers in the Washington offices of the satirical news magazine, Charlie Hebdo, Brooks writes, “It’s not that Mr. Trump is directly threatening free speech, but he is showing how an authoritarian mind works…. He is almost gleefully defying the press…. The danger to the press isn’t that Mr. Trump can punish any specific reporter or editor. It’s the alarm he has raised over what he views as what he regards as the hostile attitude of a free press to his candidacy.”

The author is right, of course, in his basic observation that Donald Trump has consistently demonstrated a willingness to call out individual journalists, editors, writers and television anchors who criticize him on Twitter or in print, including many who are, at the very least, supportive of Sanders. He views such responses as a personal attack or personal insult to himself and his supporters. In fact, “If Trump governs the way he has governed the way he has governed so far,” Brooks writes, “he will not hesitate to use the [new authorities proposed by Trump] against the media.”

That sentence conveys the chilling quality of the threat Trump poses to the media. He and his staff have been promoting the Republican Party platform for two months, including an item in the preamble that states, “