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Comment: Re:HTML5 for the win? Sorry, that's not a codec. (Score 1) 297 297

It doesn't and it shouldn't. The problem is that browser makers can't decide which codecs to support.* A current list of which browsers support which codecs is here: http://diveintohtml5.org/video.html#what-works

*I still don't believe this is much of a problem though. You can specify a fallback format if the browser doesnt work with your preferred video format.
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+ - AT&T blocks img.4chan.org from customers-> 11 11

bmecoli writes: "AT&T seems to be blocking img.4chan.net which hosts the infamous /b/ (random) board, as well as /r9k/. Those who have contacted AT&T representatives were told that the site is in fact blocked, so this isn't a technical problem, and all the other 4chan subdomains work fine."
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Comment: Re:Disturbing trend (Score 2, Interesting) 227 227

Opera Unite is not as decentralized as you may think. It still requires that you initialize connections via the machinename.username.operaunite.com domain that you are required to register with Opera. Sure, this is set up to easily traverse a NAT, but it isnt as decentralized as advertised (and you're restricted from hosting content that they consider "obscene, vulgar, hateful, threatening, or that violates any laws".

A more thoughtful take on the subject can be found here: http://factoryjoe.com/blog/2009/06/16/thoughts-on-opera-unite/

Comment: Re:Why is either silly (Score 3, Insightful) 338 338

I honestly don't think Apple will care much. It leads to more people buying things from iTunes after all and cements the dominance of iTunes for managing media. Perhaps they even did this in conjuction with Palm... if you think about it they would have been smart to do so.

Think of iTunes as a driving force between iPod sales rather than the iPod as a driving force behind iTunes sales and you'll understand why Apple may be against this.

If a 6600 used paper tape instead of core memory, it would use up tape at about 30 miles/second. -- Grishman, Assembly Language Programming

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