[SATLUG] this gadget caught my eye!

herb cee hc at lookcee.com
Sun Jan 6 19:37:59 CST 2008


John Chalinder wrote:
> "People who are tired of stacks of DVDs and VHS tapes in the living 
> room may find the Neuros an inexpensive way to tidy up: an entire 
> library can be archived on a U.S.B. hard drive."
>
> I see only one drawback to this: RIAA! This will provide one more 
> platform, and one more group to victimize in its relentless persiut of 
> proprietary greed. I certainly hope not; but with their track record...

HEHEHE John remember from a prior post 'I wonder if they hireing bounty 
hunters'   .... sorry  just couldn't resist.
herb
>
>
> I think I'll get one, just to join the ranks of the electronic freedom 
> fighters. I will not load anything I haven't already purchaced; but 
> will defy any company to take me to task for 'fair usage' of the 
> materials I purchase legally. I know some good lawyers in a few states 
> who could effectively argue my case, and would take it on a 
> contingency basis.
>
>
> On Sun, 6 Jan 2008 10:44:43 -0600 (CST)
>  Borries Demeler <demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu> wrote:
>> Here is a new Linux gadget reminiscent of TIVO and reasonably priced.
>> It has all the right connectors, and entirely open source. Can record
>> to microdrives and USB drives, and does all of this in mpeg4:
>>
>> Review in NYTimes:
>> http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/06/business/06novel.html?th&emc=th
>>
>> home page:
>> http://www.neurostechnology.com/
>>
>> Does anyone have one of these?
>>
>> -b.
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