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In europe, you have to wait sometimes years before you can watch the show on TV. If it is broadcasted at all.
DVD's also arrive with a time delay and is at this moment an outdated technology.
Bluray is not supported by Apple. My iMac has the biggest screen in house.
and even so, after having bought a few hundred dvd's I am getting tired of the space it occupies and even more so that I have to play DJ every time I want to see a movie. If I can find it somewhere in my collection.
This has really brought down my buying rate. Where the hell do I store them all?
I could rip them, but that would take me months.
So downloading, the preferred option, is only possible where I live if you do it illegally. Great. I guess they don't want my money.
If it is a good movie or show, I will buy it. I even have unopened dvd packages. I buy it to express my appreciation and in the hope more of that type of movies/shows are made. But it is time to move on to digital downloads.
Windows = crap
Mac OS X is pretty decent and you get a bunch of fully functional apps right out of the box.
Apple changed it me.com system in past few weeks. Much better than before.
Wasn't hunting for and tracking of objects in the solar system one of the last refuges for those amateurs?
For every Edison, Tesla and others, there are thousands and thousands of unknown people.