Re: DVD dead!
- From: Black Locust <bl2112@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2005 20:50:22 -0600
In article <b3rhp1de7j86gbc9tvupc7tgs7mef5frao@xxxxxxx>,
Allan <Spamstillsucks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, 08 Dec 2005 17:03:29 -0800, Walter Traprock
> <wetraprock@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >Yep, DVD is dead. When they announced that they were developing a NEW
> >system, DVD became dead. Everything newer is better. Cutting edge
> >kills the standard. BEYOND cutting edge is so obviously better, that
> >DVD has been rendered useless. I've thrown all my DVDs in the trash. I
> >hope the NEW system has better copy protection, because I want MY copies
> >protected. dvd, you see, is now dead.
> CD's killed Cassettes/LP's.
Major hole in your timeline here. DVD-A/SACD failed to kill CD. As far
as audio formats goes, the train has stopped at CDs. The same could very
likely apply to DVDs for the video world.
> DVD's Killed Laser Disc's.
> DVD's are about to finish off prerecorded VHS:
Haha. So using this argument, Blu-Ray/HD-DVD won't finish off DVD until
another format comes along to replace Blu-Ray or HD-DVD! That's great
news Allan! Whoohoo!
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> -- self-righteous sixteen-year-olds possessing infinite amounts of free time."
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