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Comment Error WTF?!? (Score 1) 220 220

From TFA:

The embassy's Councilor for Public Affairs William Ostic told Reuters that he telephoned LLamazares Saturday to apologize for the error.

Calling this an error, while clearly occurred on intention, is again a defamation. Calling it an error because he's a politician is not better at all.

Comment Re:I'd like one change (Score 1) 325 325

I don't see a problem with analogue connection. Most people wouldn't be able to use it anyway and there would be no noticable improvement in picture quality, not even for the highest resulution the Wii can support. I prefer to use my HDMI inputs for devices which really benefit from it. HDMI would just add production cost without actual benefit.
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XKCD Improving the Internet ... Yet Again 204 204

netbuzz writes "Comic creator Randall Monroe suggested in a recent xkcd strip that YouTube comments would be better — or, more precisely, less idiotic — if only those posting them were forced to hear their words read aloud first. Well, YouTube has gone and made this "audio preview" a reality, albeit an optional one. And, it's not the first time that xkcd has contributed to the betterment of the Internet, as those who are familiar with last year's "Internet census" and its use of a Hilbert curve may remember."

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