Nope. The icons for ESPN, Netflix, and HULU are on all up-to-date Xboxes. Clicking them downloads the program, and the icon is a shortcut to the program. Also, there's no way of editing the order (that I've found), and the real programs you have installed are on a pre-determined list spread out among ads or other download shortcuts. IIRC, It's ESPN, ad, Netflix, ad, HULU. And for a while Netflix was the only video program I had installed.
That's what surprises me. If it's on the same column, it will have roughly the same properties and fit in the same reactions, but have vastly different reaction rates and affinities. So, does this thing replace phosphorous in DNA/RNA, ATP, and phospholipids? What about phosphorylation?
/p.s. This is my first post to slashdot in approximately 4 years
Is this based on MPEG-2 format, like the DVD? or is it something completely different?