I read a LOT. I have had a Nook Color since it came out. After a while, I saw there were ebooks cheaper on Amazon that I wanted to purchase through there and not B&N.. but I had a Nook . I also liked my phone (Galaxy Nexus) with Android, only I wanted a screen the size of my Nook Color. So, I got the Nexus 7 from Google. I can load Nook and Kindle Apps on it so I can read and buy from either B&N or Amazon, I received a $25 credit to Google Play from it, and I can also do more than I could do with my Nook Color. No regrets at all. If I had to do it over, I would buy a Nexus 7 again.
I think people [want] a [dislike] button more than they want a [want] button
I have tried many different methods. I have had cable TV with just a receiver, with a DVR, a USB TV Tuner from Hauppage, www.hauppauge.com/, an external HDTV Antennae for over the air channels, Wii, Xbox, and via satellite and 3 DVRs.
At one point with the USB TV Tuner from Hauppage I enjoyed recording all of my TV shows directly to the computer, scheduling ahead, and playback via Windows Media Player as well as the Xbox streaming from WMP. To this day, that was my favourite way. I do not have it hooked up now mainly because I have a cable package requiring the cable box where as when I had previously used it, it was the basic cable not requiring a decoder box.
What I have ATM is 2 HDTV cable boxes (no DVR) and my Xbox. I was told I could get a TV card from the cable company to let me decode it, but I have not yet. I have not tried a mythTV box yet. I do like the idea though.
I like having the convenience of scheduling, recording onto my HD and playing back from computer as I spend a lot of time here. If I were to get a DVR, I would like one that you can record on TV A and then pause, record, playback on any tv in the house. (Centurylink has one like this called Prisim)
I like having netflix and WMP via the Xbox. I believe it is Verizon has a TV like app called FIOS on the Xbox. If I had the TV Tuner card (with decoder) to my pc... that would be the ultimate for me. Record on PC, playback via Xbox on tv and not have to pay rent for a DVR. I beleive same decoder card would work on a mythTV box also. Same principle.
So, you would need to determine how the TV is going to be used, if you are going to want to watch it on PC and or TV.. and which is most efficient and budgeted for the household.
If you write the code correctly in the first place and w3c compliant.. you dont have to worry about supporting ie.. it just works right.
First thing that came to mind - 30 Best Features? There are that many ?
in 2007, I decided I wanted to get into Photography
And now car manufactures want to give you more electronic conveniences in your car
Course their were bag phones and satellite phones.. but the ratio of people having those was way less than ration of drivers to cell phones now.
I think if I rented a computer from anywhere, I would wipe the drive and install linux.. or at least reinstall windows using their windows key.. and when I returned it? I would low level format it
If I read this right, my suggestion would be to look at frye's
From then (ownership on) you can use the old dell hardware for spare parts or add them into the new pc (memory, CD
textbook perfect example of why everyone should make a backup.
Hard to say where to draw the line though.. every day, every two days? ever 12 hours?? To each their own.
I just like seeing that there WAS a backup used here. I see too many people without backups used at all. Two days would be a miracle for so many people.
Wonder if he spams to test his patent
There was a great mythbusters episode on what soda can do
When has unlimited EVER meant truly unlimited? There is always fine print. As with all providers in the past.. there has to be a catch in the fine print somewhere.
I can see that. Specially since I grew up forcing myself to say 'you guys' instead of "ya'll" like others around me.. i just never did like the word "ya'll" (like the fingers on the chalkboard thing) except when jeff foxworthy says it.
Nice! You have them trained