What about linpus?
The netbook concept is a good one. I have an AA1 running linux and fragile screen aside I am very happy with it. I would like to see more development of the linux distros they already have than work on developing something new.
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My company announced internally that it was adopting an Agile methodolgy after having gone through several stages of CMMI and I got yet more forms to fill out for every state of the development cycle.
Sometimes managers hear great buzzwords but don't get beyond the first paragraph.
The abilty to run homebrew, even if sony had to vet it first (if only to check it for virus/malware/stabilty) would be nice.
A second thumbstick would be mean that FPS should finally work on it but that might be a bit awkward on something that small (imagine trying to strafe, turn and shoot at the same time).
Memory sticks being cheaper would be good.
Touch Screen? Might take it into DS territory but there's things like the learning french program that I would like.
More downloadable games.
Sometimes I forget that people can't read my minds. When I was quoting Einstein I wasn't saying his ideas on quantum mechanics are right, I was just trying to point out that one of the most brilliant people who has lived for the last two centuries believed in God. That’s an outliner who’s pretty far out there and hands up who has written papers which revolutionise mankind’s understanding of the universe?
Didn't Einstein say God does not play dice with the universe? I wonder what he would say about this research. I'd be interested to know if the researchers looked into the backgrounds of their subjects to see if there could be other causal factors such as wealth.
Skeptical about skeptics.
On the grounds of common sense it's a bit daft but as they can't get to the pirates directly they're lashing out at anyone they can get their money grubbing hands on. They get the search engine to do their job for them too. One hell of a business model. Lawyers must be laughing all the way to the bank.
Presumably they've already spent a lot of money on getting the releases ready and the discs have already been pressed. Why not go ahead and try to recoup some of the cost?
There's still a lot of HD DVD players out there still. Looks like the current releases are all there's going to be.
It's difficult enough for me to get a descent signal in my bedroom on my portable TV. What's this going to be like on the move?
If it's any better I wonder if there would be a market for the technology to be bulit into portable TV's (if the image quality would hold up to a 14" screen too I suppose).
I'd still like to see information from other markets and does this include the free titles that are often bundled with HD-DVD players?
Also as the add on for the xbox is a dedicated player it should be included in the sales. If someone buys it there's nothing else they need it for.
BTW, what ever happened to glu-ray?
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