Re: a program to lock an image
- From: "JoeT" <glitchworks@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 00:40:12 -0500
"Rob Morley" <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:MPG.20b40c076eb6879798adb5@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
In article <u4ednf_YQaoobNTbnZ2dnUVZ_qyjnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxx>, JoeT
But how many people will be willing to give an unknown program theseIt's not about safety or convenience for the user, it's about protecting
capabilities (Mini OS or virtual machine) on their computer(s) just so they
can see pictures? Not me.
the copyright owner - ask Sony. :-)
I understand the desire to protect one's work but if they intend to get me to look at their pictures on my computer they must provide a normal means to do so, (By normal I mean the OS and virus protection etc are still fully capable) otherwise they may as well keep the pictures to themselves. The only thing I allow to boot my machine(s) from disc is the OS. I'm certainly not about to change that practice to look at someone's photography.
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