Can't wait to start working on this.
what, avoiding a lynch mob?
Guess the mob of people will pay them a visit, after they take care of Wall Street.
There are several films thai I know of that had no distribution but are listed on imdb. This must have been a recent change in policy. These are 8 & 16mm films.
Link to Original Source
Because it works for me. I put my original Windows hard drive back into my laptop and it was painfully slow. I do have problems with my MP3 player and HD camera. In Windows it shows up as two drives. I'll get it working some day. My laptop PCMCIA Audigy ZS card works. I plugged in my old video camera with Firewire, Sony 350 and it not only saw it, it told me what model of camera it was. It depends on which distribution you use.
Linux supports USB 3.0 thanks to Intel. Does Windows?
Check out what is new in the latest kernel.
Here is a link to the history of the changes.
I remember a fellow worker back in 1984 saying that 60GHz was used for military satellite to satellite communications. Why not use another Amateur Radio band at 76 to 81GHz.
Some stations have the option to go back to their old channel as a digital station. That means that these stations will be giving up their second channel that they have been using as their digital channel. Here in the Los Angeles area the following channels will go back to their original channel. 7, 9, 11, 13, 18, 28 & 34. The rest will remain on their second channel while their analog channel goes dark. I should call some of the stations like channel 5 to see if they will be changing their logo, since their second channel that they have been using is 31.
Make sure that when the big transition day comes, that you perform a channel scan on your TV or converter box. That way you will be able to view the channels that have made the change.
Channels assigned for Los Angeles:
7, 9, 11, 13, *28, 31, 34, 36, *41, 42, 43
Here are some documents to look at from the FCC.
DTV Assignments Appendix B