Never too early, hopefully not too late.
That's where the porn lives.
I am from Virginia. Not only is this news to me, but it's news directly contradictory to my personal experience.
You could say the same about the vast majority of videos being released on any format. OTOH, I recently bought THE RED SHOES on Blu-ray as a gift for a friend. Hardly a Michael Bay film. As always, you have to look a bit harder to find the good stuff, because the studios want you to buy whatever dogshit they just wasted three hundred million bucks on, and the retailers want to sell that dogshit to you.
The MPAA doesn't refuse to rate films. However, sometimes companies who aren't MPAA signatories will refuse to [i]submit[/i] films to be rated which would never get anything less restrictive than an NC-17 rating due to their content. No rating at all is, illogically and unfairly, less of a commercial liability than an NC-17, and unlike getting an NC-17, it doesn't cost money to not get rated.
Keep digging that hole.
Correction: as of 2009 the 27" iMac actually can be used as a monitor via its DisplayPort connector. (http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3924).
The city itself was probably a big part of your problem. Done correctly, RF deals much better with wide open spaces than it does with interference-filled urban environments.
Mod parent Gitmo.
I believe a region free DVD player would be an illegal DRM circumvention tool.
(Love and agree w/your sig.)
Because you lose quality when you take a lossy encoding, decode it, and then re-encode it with a lossy codec. I don't WANT to lose quality, that's why I'm watching a Blu-ray in the first place. Christ.
This president's idea of compromise is to make surrender the first stage of negotiations. Fucking clownshoes.
Richard Nixon would get run out of the current Democratic party for being too liberal. There is no party on the left in America. There's only corporatists on the Democrat side and deranged lunatics on the Republican side. There are exceptions to both generalizations... but not enough to matter.