[mythtv-users] Cringely article mentions Myth
shaul.kedem at gmail.com
Sat Oct 2 17:40:49 EDT 2004
First , I must say this blew my mind , I think this got great
potential (and with skype and stuff this is where the market is
Let's say they recorded all of the episodes of X files and after the
show ended and no one is showing it anymore, will a *new subscriber*
have the right to watch the episodes?
On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 16:33:32 -0400, Michael T. Dean
<mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> On 10/01/2004 10:44 AM, Jason Werpy wrote:
> >Cringley's latest column mentions someone in Canada using myth to
> >serve video content to an entire neighborhood.
> >He's using his own dishes to gather content and is basically running
> >his own "cable" (actually its wireless) television service supported
> >by myth. Truly amazing.
> >here's the link:
> I guess that's a pretty good answer for this guy's posts:
> Wonder how much storage they have... The article said, "We've reached
> the point now where the PVR has so much in storage already that it is
> set to simply record anything that isn't already on disk." The Olympics
> alone ate up a huge portion of my storage, and that was only a 2-week
> diversion from normal broadcasting...
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