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How much TV do you watch in a week, on average?

in2mind Re:about 20 hours. (385 comments)

It would be convenient to download all the shows from internet, except that you still need to watch TV to know which one is good enough to download

more than 4 years ago

Digital Watermarks to Replace DRM

in2mind CD (374 comments)

Watermarking codes are digitally woven into the fabric of a download and do not restrict listeners from making backup copies or sharing music with friends, as does DRM coding.
So no watermarks on CD? or No CD at all?

about 7 years ago



Microsoft to allow Windows XP downgrade until 2020

in2mind in2mind writes  |  more than 4 years ago

in2mind (988476) writes "Microsoft seems to have changed its mind on the life span of the Windows XP. In its official blog post it has been indicated that support for windows XP SP3 will continue until the year 2020.
"To support our customers' 'unprecedented move' to migrate their PC environment to Windows 7, we have decided to extend downgrade rights to Windows XP Professional beyond the previously planned end date at Windows 7 SP1" Microsoft said. The extension of downgrade rights to XP applies only to those who buy Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. Downgrade rights allows people to replace their newer version Windows with an older one, without having to pay for two copies."

Link to Original Source

in2mind in2mind writes  |  more than 7 years ago

in2mind writes "The BBC News is reporting that "The final design for a "doomsday" vault that will house seeds from all known varieties of food crops has been unveiled by the Norwegian government.The vault aims to safeguard the world's agriculture from future catastrophes, such as nuclear war, asteroid strikes and climate change.The Svalbard International Seed Vault will be built into a mountainside on a remote island near the North Pole.Inside the vault, the samples will be stored at -18C (0F).""

in2mind in2mind writes  |  more than 8 years ago

in2mind writes "From BBC news "Growing use of the web is stripping people of their personal privacy, warns a UN agency report.The number of passwords and logins web users need makes it inevitable they will re-use phrases, warned the International Telecommunications Union".

The agency also highlighted risks to privacy from widespread Internet use,especially from marketers tracking the preferences and traffic of browsers across a variety of sites.

As for solution,the report has only to say this much — "It said businesses and regulators should evolve a solution to the spread of such personal information on the internet, maybe through a better and more effective identification procedure"."


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