Cost me less than $700 canuck bucks. It's been working for years and is amazing.
How about you go research the deaths caused by daylight saving? Increased heart attacks 3 days after, increased car accidents etc.
How about educate the little snowflakes on how to cross a road and wear reflective bands on their costumes? Better still have THE PARENTS go out with the kids if you must celebrate that holiday.
I've been using this for years on everything I can. It won't block ads served from the same server, just ad servers, and bad sites.
I use a PVR or DVR on my TV. I hate ads. They don't work. I wasted a few thousand dollars a couple years ago on radio ads to realize that people have tuned out all ads.
I pay for satelite radio to avoid ads there.
Find another revenue stream. Ads are history. Only the ad execs and the hopeful still want them to work.
Used to buy some games from Direct2Drive. They were great, cheap and worked. I could download the install files and keys and install on all the machines in my house. Then they got bought out, keys didn't work anymore and you had to re-download everything again. I went to Pirate Bay, downloaded the iso's and used my Direct2Drive keys. They never mentioned when I bought the games that they could ever disappear.
I never trust them anymore. I have hard copies of those olser games. I only really play World of Tanks now. Since that one is pointless without the servers... well.. if it dies, I find something else to play.
Crime is usually the result of lax penalties. Make it so it's not worth the punishment already!
The difference between this 30 year old gear and newer stuff is that this is real rms. You can feel the room shake, yet you can still talk to each other.
I've been sold on Technics for years, too bad they went belly up years ago.
Kudos sir... that was frigging hilarious!
Base Bob. ROFLMAO
1. I can only watch what channels I have subscribed to on my satelite. (fair enough)
2. I can only watch what they "let me" watch. Not everything live or anything available.(utter bs)
3. The service is absolute shit. It just doesn't work. The network can't handle it. Most useless "service" I've ever paid for. (most useless app on my phone)
Windows XP, right click on network icon-> properties.
Window 7, Right click network icon ->Open Network and Sharing Center -> Click change adapter Settings ->Right Click Local Area Connection-> Properties.
Why Microsoft Why? You have only made things more difficult? What were you thinking? Or smoking? There are more examples of this stupidity, but this one angers me the most.
Can anyone give me a valid reason why they added 3 more steps for no apparent reason?
This is not Canada bending over for Amerika, It's Harper saying "Screw you" you're not going to threaten Canadians.
If, for example, I go buy a movie, then download a version for my media centre, I have not committed a crime. I have paid for it. If I download it, and have not bought a copy, and they catch me, they can only sue me for $20 for the copy, not millions like the states.
There will not be any 6 million lawsuits here.
If the media companies weren't so stupid, they would price it properly and no-one would pirate. Who needs to pirate any songs anymore? I can just fire up Spotify and listen to whatever I want. If the movie industry ever pulls their heads out of their asses, we'll have the same for movies.
The Canadian laws say that a content provider (copyright holder) is only allowed to sue me for the value of the lost products (lost sales).
Since I can show a legally purchased dvd, there is no loss. No charges will ever stand up in court. We also have the right to own dvd copyright protection removal software.
This is my way of using what I bought the way I want to. I totally agree with the parent, if i BUY something, I have every right to use it as I see fit. Remember when these assholes wanted you to buy a song for your stereo, then another copy for your computer, then another one for your car? Sony rootkit? This industry seriously needs an enema.
Netflix and Spotify will be the norm soon. No-one will buy anything.
The most important early product on the way to developing a good product is an imperfect version.