- 10.2.2.: original piano ambient composition
- Onderheynah: original rhythmic noise composition
- Dam Dam Baby Baram, Lodeamari Bombacy, Messimizer, Overplayed, and Zodinubis: mash-ups of similar-sounding songs from video games
- Balloon Fever and Birdo's Theme: remixes of NES games' music
- Butterfly and Maxx Unlimited: covers of DDR songs using hardware limits of the NES
- Gymnopedie 1: beginning of a cover of an Erik Satie piece in the musical style of a Kirby game
A novel idea perhaps, but just maybe they should not try to push/throw everything into a webbrowser ?
That consent can NEVER be revoked.
It can get revoked once all copies owned by Netflix are lost or damaged and the studio isn't authorizing a new pressing. Netflix DVD subscribers have been noticing this problem as titles just disappear from their queues. Or should Netflix be going out to Amazon and eBay to buy used copies as replacements?
With something as simple as a USB OTG adapter and a wired Xbox controller.
I was under the impression that the point of handheld gaming was that the player can hold up the screen and controller at once. What contraption do you use to hold your tablet up while holding your Xbox 360 controller? Or do you instead put the tablet on a stand on a table (like with a Vectrex console) and play it that way?
and reuse the Xbox controller you undoubtedly already have
I happen to own a Wii, not an Xbox 360, and Google made changes to the Bluetooth stack between Android 4.1 and Android 4.2 that broke Wii Remote support.
Unless the movie you wanted wasn't available on the streaming service, ONLY on a physical disc.
What do you do if the movie you want to watch hasn't been released on DVD either? Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (1987) and Little Men (1998) are among them.
Besides, if I'm not in a huge hurry to watch something, with a disk I can get extras easily
Studios have been providing bare-bones editions to rental stores, where selecting anything from the extras menu instead shows an error message that the rental disc contains only the main feature, along with an ad for buying the full version.
Did you check Pirate Bay? Their prices are better too.
Statutory damages of up to $150,000 per work isn't "better".
How much more time was it to go to blockbuster and back home?
The locally-owned video store I used to go to was 25 minutes away from my home on foot or 7 minutes away during bicycle season. It's been replaced by a Redbox machine. So depending on the weather, it could be 50 minutes round trip.
Webmail without JS is a trivial thing to implement.
In JS-free webmail, how would contact autocompletion work without having to resubmit the entire body text every time?
All website should provide base functionality without JS
"All" is a strong word.
- Web chat
- Say you have a web-based front end to a chat program. How are you going to detect whether others have sent messages to a channel/room without XMLHttpRequest? And how are you going to append the new comments to the existing list of messages without scripted manipulation of the HTML DOM?
- Web painting
- Or say you have an online paint program, which you may know under the term "electronic whiteboard" or the Japanese term "oekaki". How are you going to detect whether someone else has added a stroke to a picture without XMLHttpRequest? How even are you going to detect drags in order to send your own brush strokes? Server-side image maps support only click actions, not drag actions.
No, only when there is a profit motive in supplying does it become a criminal case. If you're supplying without charging it's still very much a civil case.