My wife & I thought surely, the Super Bowl would be streamed from some easy-to-find site, like maybe the network carrying the game, FOX. We both searched for hours, nada.
What I am missing? I even wanted to watch the commercials. Is their any financial disincentive to allowing as many people as possible to watch a game?
We keep hearing how the cable/satellite providers are shaking in their boots because of streaming over the web. I'm not seeing what they are worried about.
Anyway, the US Navy hired these guys to find the Thresher, and they did. He also discovered the Titanic. Great book, highly recommended.
A (very cool) computer with optics on a stick.
The default security isn't bad, and don't play the stupid apps. I'd pay $39.99/yr to lose the ads, with that they could build infrastructure.
The recent Live/News feed debacle prompted me to buy a new dead-tree address book to fill in. I hope they don't go away, but want to remain in contact with a few good friends if they do.
The human ear is pretty good too, the average person should be able to hear a delay of this duration. Combine audio & visual inputs and now my screensaver is taking me places.
Have a Squeezebox Classic which is I prefer. It will even scroll RSS feeds (like
It might be tricky to find a clear frequency if you live in a metropolitan area. But you can set odd an odd spacing like 95.35 Mhz (assuming your receiver will tune that).
Many towns and cities have been burned by spending millions on a proprietary system only to discover they can't talk to the next town over.
It would be nice if the DHS actually did something useful and put an end to that kind of crap.
This article http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2005/09/b1029179.html from 2005 stresses the importance ans suggests using WiFi. Maybe. But the most important aspect is "one digital protocol to rule them all", no matter what band you're on.