Yes! I HATE the fact they have replaced the really effective Shinfield Rd mini-roundabout with that set of lights. I tend to only drive in Reading for a week, once a year, but know it quite well because I used to live there. Also I question myself every time I have to navigate Winnersh Triangle roundabout and have ended up in Lower Earley more than once instead of Wokingham Rd.
It doesn't have to be gratuitous, and I like a good score arranged multi-channel - it feels more immersive. A good 5.1 system combined with a good centre speaker will allow the dialog to be more intelligible.
Haha absolutely (and that is just from someone who tries to edit HD 1080i). From the viewer's perspective though I think most TVs today don't flicker at 50 or 60Hz
540p would be less lines than SD in PAL regions where SD is 576i. Actually 576i is called out as SD at the beginning of TFA. Would progressive scan really make up for this?
OK gotcha - I failed to adjust my context correctly when reading your comment.
I believe that most of the hassle of identity theft is cleaning up your credit report after the fact and letting the creditors know they've been duped.
I do know that in the UK you can get credit without ID, and you can apply online but they mail a credit agreement for signing which you send back before you get a card.
In the US I wonder how much of the talk of identity theft is the credit agencies selling credit report monitoring services.
Now, cnet.co.uk is reporting that the BBC has developed a modification to the transmission system that could enable them to double the capacity of the DVB-T service (known as Freeview). If successful, HDTV will become a reality.
A man has been found guilty of possessing child pornography despite arguing that his open wireless internet network meant the case against him could not be proved.
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I agree with some of the comments and submissions I have seen today that the yearly stupidity on Slashdot is just plain dumb. Unfortunately, these comments are drowned out. One or two good hoaxes would have made my day. ("Google Paper" was actually quite good). A score of idiotic and unbelievable posts just ruins the site and real news is buried. Having looked through the Firehose at several points today, there have been several serious submissions that have been voted up but have never made