Exactly right, or as the show described it
"he is an amalgam of the darker sides of your nature, somewhere between your 12th and final incarnation"
People downloading movies are not the studios customer base. These are the people who aren't paying to go and see the movie anyway. Studios lose very little by pursuing downloaders. They would have never got their money anyway.
is it wrong to say that the best Ebook reader is via software on an Itouch/Iphone/IPad?
Very happy with products like Bookshelf for the IPhone. It read literally everything - pdf, lit, pdb, text, word etc etc I can hardly wait until the IPad comes out, as reading books on the larger screen will make it the best option for me.
Personally i am very happy with the EBook reader i got for the ITouch - Bookshelf - plays every single format I can throw at it. If this program works on the new Tablet that will be a major reason to swtich - bigger screen and all that.
What, you never felt the thrill of winning a race? Never had the rush as you deliver that last blow to the nasty end of level baddie?
Never breathed a sigh of relief as you finally got through that really tough level after trying for hours upon hours?
To me that's immersion.
Immersion is you being the character. Getting "into" the game.
What I want to know - are scientists getting paid to do this sort of stuff? Have they run out of diseases to investigate, plagues to cure?
You really are joking with your comment, aren't you? It's hard to tell sometimes.
Must try out your theory at my local car dealership. "What! How was I to know you weren't giving this one away for free? There was no price sticker on it or anything!"
Geez, the lengths people will go to to justify their stealing.
I agree with you, they are facilitating the free exchange of data.
A shame the data they are exchanging isn't free.
Create someting yourself, and make it available for free. That is your choice.
Others have made the choice to make money out of their content.
It isn't up to you to decide whether they made the correct decision or not.
Go and steal a car then. See how much your freedom is worth then.
Yawn... don't try equating drinking a caffeineated beverage to download material you have no rights to.
These guys know they they are doing the wrong thing - providing a service specificially designed to facilitate the distribution of copyright material.
I ain't getting all high and mighty here - I have downloaded a fair share from PB in the past, and present, but I don't for one minute consider it my right to do so.
There online press conference tries to draw some inference between their activities and totally unrelated topics - trying to justify their illegal actions.
Enjoy the Pirate Bay for what it provides, but don't hold them up as bastions of free speech.
There are already many "self-styled film aficionados" doing commentary tracks - MMM Commentaries, Renegade Commentary, Podblast etc.