Well, not yet it doesn't...
Well, not yet it doesn't...
Facebook keeps asking me to confirm my phone # is correct. Of course it's a random "555" number I gave them, along with incorrect address etc because there's no f***ing way I want them to have that information...
I think it's better described as "I don't care what else is on, I want to watch xyz now!"
It used to be that most people watched TV as a leisure activity, and so long as what was on was even semi-entertaining they might go for it. Nowadays most people I know don't schedule a time to watch TV, they make time to watch a particular show/movie when they want. It might seem like nitpicking, but it's basically the difference between
"Hey, it's 6:00pm, let's sit down and see if there's something we want on"
"Hey, Jan and Craig are over, let's hang out and watch the latest episode of Game of Thrones together" or "I bet Jan and Craig might want to check out 'Luke Cage' with us"
On demand, any time, the shows we want (and no f***ing commercials)
Agreed, I'm in the same boat. Sony doesn't like this because then they're not getting any additional revenue from you on game sales. In fact, it looks like they went to good lengths to neuter the media-center capabilities of the PS4 compared to the PS3 for these reasons.
That of course ignores people like myself who might have multiple consoles for different rooms in the house (because it's more convenient to have buy the a device that plays games and discs than to have a blu-ray player in one room and a PS3 in another). While having two consoles might not get them a lot of extra game sales from me, it *would* get them more accessories such as controllers, DVD remote, etc.
eBay's "committment" against forgery is complete and utter bullshit. I bought a DVD series from a seller overseas (it was not a domestic series) who had lots of listing proudly proclaiming he doesn't sell bootlegs. DVD's arrive, and the first few episodes have the same shitty fan-subs that would see with crap downloaded online. Some episodes even have the f***ing scan-lines where they were recorded to DVD from an analogue source. The only thing that looked remotely legit about them was the silkscreening and some box art.
eBay's response: You need to get a professional in the industry to provide a written attestation that the goods are counterfeit, within the next 30 days.
Within the podunk town I was living at the time that was pretty much impossible, and thus the seller got to keep my money for what was essentially fancy cardboard and crappy burned downloads.
This seems more "portable" than "console", and from the video it seems there's not much in the way of peripherals to deal with legacy games.
Buuuuut, that would be a *huge* seller for me. If they come up with something that could replace not only my 3DS but any previous consoles, that's gold (and certainly something the competition seems to fail on). I wonder if the dock is going to allow peripherals, say like an optical drive and/or adaptors for old-style controllers.
Except it *doesn't* make sense. The
Now if they wanted to cover both bases, having trump.com and trump.org might make sense.
Do they mean that it has 1/8 the speed, or 12.5%? Because there is no real measurement of "8x slower" unless you have a common base for comparison.
You can say the 32GB model is 8x faster, but "8x slower" doesn't really make sense.
Except that in the case of platforms, you may have a lot of money tied into either the "App Store" or "Google Play" for apps/music/video/etc
Yup. Consumers "open" their wallets, their private information becomes more "open", and then whenever MS decides to change something the customer can bend over and "open" something else too.
Seriously, around here you can take your drivers test in a dozen different languages, but realistically being able to read (and speak) the local language is an important f***ing skill. There are plenty of signs that are text-only, and when you have an accident or a cop pulls you over then not being able to communicate is a pretty big deal.
They can ban protected classes too, just not *BECAUSE* they're a protected class.
One CD-ROM drive could read the game, another couldn't.
I believe that was related to SecuRom. Not only could it f*** up the game in question, but it often also broke other stuff on the system such as burning etc because it was twisted so deeply into the guts of the OS (IIRC, including optical device drivers etc)
Sure, but how many of those guys are in the same city, state/province, or even country?
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