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Serenity wrote:Watching a game afterward is not the same as watching it live.
treebeau wrote:Who CARES about all that junk...tell us about all the rock stars that were present.
BigJon@Work wrote:Tivo already has the technology to elimnate ads from the recording. They won't install it for fear of lawsuits from the advertisers.
Serenity wrote:An iPhone is $400 plus a 2 year commitment at $60 per month. One game would wipe out half of your monthly minutes with the cheapest plan. I'll wait 'til they start selling it at Walmart for under $100 bucks......by then who knows what fancy space age technology they will have invented to top that....something to make you change formats again (convert the 8 tracks, the cassettes, the videocassettes, the floppies, the CDs, the DVDs, the Laser Discs, the desktops, the laptops, the tablets......Oh, allright already....they get the idea!
Serenity wrote:One of these days we'll be able to view our recording while the recorder automaticaly eliminates al commercials. What will the marketers come up to bypass that feature?
Shapley wrote:I actually like the idea behind the 'smart sound TV', and wish they had 'smart sound stereos'.
I experienced a desire for such a distortion machine in my car a few months ago. The Durufle Requiem has very soft parts and very loud parts, and they always crop up at the wrong time when you're driving.
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