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You can't know criminals' names in Korea? Kind of weird.
Yeah ditto on that weirdness vibe. Kind of makes one wonder how they handle something like America's Sex Offender registry.
You'll get websites saying you need to download this codec to watch this video, and people will do it. With a standard codec, if a site does that, users can be educated that they shouldn't download ANY codec.
Even if delvers better sound and video? Significantly improved compression?
Closed captioning, secfond channel audio or other benefits?
Tell me why the geek thinks the web should be permenently bound to whatever codec he - and perhaps he alone - thinks is "technologically superior" or "politically correct."
Why there should be no competition, no room for experiment.
You mean like the Eee 701 did?
They'd be better off getting a pseudo-memory standard like Sun is -- reusing the laptop dimm formfactor for a ssd. Or even just using a regular old ddr1 slot with fairly few of the contacts actually live. The size of a dimm is a lot closer to the size of a current-gen 2.5 inch SSD than PCI or PCI-E cards (usually) are.
Yeah; I’d forgotten that our system uses marginal brackets.
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