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Instead of listing a price for the music, the group's website simply states "it's up to you" — and then adds: "No really, it's up to you."
This will be Radiohead's seventh album, but they are not using a record label, having fulfilled their contract with EMI following their 2003 album Hail to the Thief.
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Kristopher Kubicki & Marcus Yam have done just this over as Daily Tech.
From the article: A little more than a year ago I was one of the lucky few outside of Microsoft to see the inner workings of an Xbox 360. This weekend I had the chance to once again delve into the inner workings of a truly next-generation console.
and yes it will run Linux!
What about if the movie has been on TV. I can record (video or DVD) the movie as it's broadcast but can I also see a movie listed on TV and hire the DVD, copy and keep it?
Today with digital TV there is not much to choose between DVD and TV. Certainly a HDTV to DVD recording is going to be better than VHS ever was.
Is the movie copy protected or is it the media (DVD disc)?