Bleeding Edge

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Bleeding Edge

The latest, flashiest graphic technology, especially on the Internet. The bleeding edge may be used in a pejorative sense to refer to advertisers that sacrifice quality for the perceived showiness of online ads.
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At the other end of the spectrum from the classics are bleeding-edge concoctions like those mixologist Jim Meehan makes at PDT in Manhattan.
Bleeding-edge technology implies a great degree of risk.
At American, he was on the bleeding-edge, recognizing the value of technology long before his industry peers.
Pick a car,customise it (and tune it with goodies paid for in race earnings) and then race it on illegal city centre tracks to a bleeding-edge indie/rap soundtrack.
But what the North Koreans lack in musical pep they more than fail to make up for in bleeding-edge Web design--it's breathtakingly awful.
Given the choice between building a conventional user interface and a bleeding-edge graphical sensory assault, the programmer will usually choose the latter.
Itanium workstations, which debuted early this past summer, are still pricey (as with all bleeding-edge technologies).
Prosumers" and photo nuts who like control and quality but don't have $5,000 to drop on bleeding-edge gear.