Tuesday, May 11, 2010 11:21:02 AM
Is television by episodes? Anyway, even if there was a service, I'd probably still watch quite a bit on dailymotion and youtube. I mostly watch stuff from the seventies and eighties. I buy DVDs from current series, though. Also, if the DVD is cheap, and I don`t have to order it online, I`ll buy it. I really just want to watch old Doctor Who is pretty-o-vision. Despite the fact that the main actors from that show now either own castles or are married to Richard Dawkins, they still get royalties on that, right?
Monday, May 10, 2010 4:37:18 PM
I was 8 in 1988 when I discovered internet porn. It was awesome. Usenet, Prodigy and AOL chat was great. Eventually that lead to music and movies. And by the time Bittorrent came out (as did ethernet cards with 10/100 Bps, T1 and T3 lines), well, the game was pretty much over.
No matter what you do, there will always be a black market for everything. You cannot stop it and no one ever will. All arguments for or against it are invalid. Prostitution and Black Market sellers/buyers are as old as time, man.
Monday, May 10, 2010 12:17:01 AM
"that goes both ways brother. example, dr who, BBC america was just recently playing David Tennant's finale, yet in UK today they`re broadcasting the 6th episode of the new series (matt smith as the doctor), same for Top Gear, Series 14 ended beginning of January, yet US is still saying "new episode" on BBC america, I got excited at first until I realized it was series 14 JUST making it to US."
Actually, BBC America is on episode 4 of the Matt Smith series as of May 8th.
Sunday, May 9, 2010 8:46:35 PM
I loathe anti-piracy groups so much, I can't even explain it. This - 2$ per movie isn`t enough for the movie industry - argument the moronic douchebag uses is so obviously out of context... And he probably knows it too. Cinema movies are exactly that - made for the cinema. And they make money from the cinemas. You can`t download a god damn cinema off the internet. And - yeah - i know they also sell dvds of big screen movies and stuff like that (which are availabe for piracy), but that`s just a minor cash-in - and they don`t really deserve some of the money made from it (see Lord of The Rings issue for example...) And the Robin Hood argument... Wasn`t really an argument, because he didn`t really make a f-ing point about it.