08-28-2011 12:20 AM #226
To be brutefully honest Lee, I have no idea what we are arguing about. LOL.
And I don't see what argument I'm trying to win or "Blue Skying" that you speak of.
Looking for a fight, are we?
08-28-2011 12:34 AM #227Sony BDP-S1, Toshiba A3, Xbox HD DVD Addon. Samsung 1600, Insignia BR W/Netflix!
08-28-2011 12:37 AM #228
Sorry. I've had too much wine tonight. :P I mixed up that last post and directed it to both Lee and Sbert. I'm sure they will figure it out. Nighty night!Sony BDP-S1, Toshiba A3, Xbox HD DVD Addon. Samsung 1600, Insignia BR W/Netflix!
08-28-2011 02:11 AM #229
08-28-2011 08:57 AM #230
And even though it's the second time, I bet you it's happened more than twice and not just with pro blu-ray articles. That is why, I can not just write them off like you did because I know that the frequency of these things are common and span over all sorts of articles.
Like I said Lee, my view point on this is a bit different than yours. My assumption is based on common journalistic practices.
Let's just say, I don't expect anyone here to go out of their way to chase down a error in pro digital article's sources to discredit or invalidate HMM.
You're welcome to have your opinion. Of course HMM may have a slant towards whatever major product is out there, it might be UV in a few months, but they have a little journalistic leeway to handle those things as they see fit. I.e. fox news / cnn / headline news / msnbc all have their biases.
Small sample size and agenda driven scrutiny doesn't make 2 errors anything but a witch hunt in my opinion and my prior experiences with journalistic practice.
Last edited by Sbert; 08-28-2011 at 10:51 AM.
08-28-2011 09:00 AM #231
Mine is survival of a format <- continuned support from hardware/software providers. Anything else is gravy.
You -> BD attaining what the creators had expected (hoped for) -> reversing / stopping OD decline and replacing DVD.
I could imagine one could argue that the format has a failed the business vision/hopes but has succeeded on the consumer level.
08-28-2011 10:10 AM #232
08-30-2011 03:16 PM #233
08-30-2011 03:25 PM #234Banned
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Second, it would be unethical for me to post a screenshot of the email without permission.
Finally (and most importantly), there is no need for me to do so as I have provided the avenue for ANYONE to ask whatever question they want of Trans World Entertainment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ask your question there. Post the question and answer here if you want. I won't do it, as to me it is unethical.
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