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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/1/2018 9:30:41 PM
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Re: TV & Video 2018
As I was reflecting upon the continued discourse on this first day of the new year, I ran across this:

https://twitter.com/theeconomist/status/947771404019171329?ref_src=twcamp%5Eshare%7Ctwsrc%5Eios%7Ctwgr%5Ecom.apple.UIKit.activity.Message

This is a "subset" of what you've noted--but still critical as we assess the on-going transformation.    I have a live streaming feed of BBC running on a separate computer as I am assessing on-going developments around the World (specifically Iran) for the Daily Outsider.   So, the competition and expectations are more critical than ever--right?

 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/1/2018 9:27:55 PM
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Re: The President
We have to be aware--and continue to keep an open mind.    What we try and do at the start up I work for, the Daily Outsider, not to "buy into the hype", but yes be excited about things like Robots doing dental surgery (something our team released earlier today).    

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/1/2018 9:24:26 PM
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Re: TV & Video 2018
We have to always go against the grain, @bayte, no question--as long as it is strategic and has long-term value.   If that was not the case, we would not have iPod; iPhone & of course Amazon--right?   Let's try and be optimistic about it all!!
Onward to 2018....

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/1/2018 9:22:43 PM
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Re: TV & Video
You should not be fearful of the interent and regulation as it has been net Neutrailty that has helped transform the Net as we know it.   I will also note this:  The invisible hand even itself needs to be "guided".

 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/1/2018 9:03:08 PM
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Re: Net neutrality and absolute conflict of premises
@JohnBarnes:   When I read your thoughts, it "kind of" reminded me about the healthcare debate--whether it is a right or a privilege.   An implicit argument for Net Neutrality is whether we all have an equal right--or do we have to pay for the privliege.   When over 50% of the World is still "net-insecure (my term)"  we have to figure out how to overcome--and it is part of the on-going transformation no doubt...

 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
1/1/2018 9:00:47 PM
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Re: TV & Video
Your "evolution", @bayte, has been the perfect example.     However, there is a dark side to this evolution that undermines value in many respects.  We have to sustain value and embrace it for the sake of the long-term.    That's the biggest challenge for 2018--isn't it? 

 

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batye
batye
1/1/2018 2:53:48 PM
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Re: TV & Video
@afwriter internet could be easly manipulated and information could be displayed in accordince with your location/ip... same as when you let say- from Canada click on https://www.gamestop.com/ but end up on EBgames.ca... as example... I seen something simular in Russia in 1999/2000 when FSB played around with idea to control the flow of the news and information for less tech savy russian population... and you see what gov. want you to see as per your location/ip address... :(... 

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afwriter
afwriter
1/1/2018 11:02:09 AM
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Re: TV & Video
@Batye you sound quite prepared, I think that's awesome. Hopefully, we won't ever have to solely rely on hardline media again because I love the internet, but it's good to be prepared.  

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batye
batye
1/1/2018 1:48:20 AM
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Re: TV & Video
@dlr5288 as a polish boy I survive bloody commies in USSR... it nothing new to me... everything will pass at the end... even Iron empire did fall at the end... nothing new... over last 10 years I pepared shopping at trift store's   my dvd movie library is around 1000 dvd's, VHS tapes I lost count as I keep buying them, I have around 200 blank cd-r, 300 blank dvd-r, I have 1000 paperbooks, plus 26 to 30 Bibles... I have around 100 floppy disks and three working usb floppy drives, I have working typewriter with extra wheels:), plus I have 75 blank tapes and three tape players... I have around 10 cb radios, plus high end HD anthena for my TV... I have chest computer and family board games... old xbox original with 300 games on xbox dvd's... on my pc my steam library is around 1500 games... if I have pay for internet more... why I should pay I go back to basic... few weeks ago I got sawing machine... I could learn how to sewing quilt... also I do know how to create basic printing press and templates and print what I wanna say on any material... instead of using facebook or my blog... why worry... :)  

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batye
batye
1/1/2018 1:31:56 AM
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Re: All Torn Up
@afwriter I could not agree more... I keep buying cd/dvd's with pre-recorded media as I wanna watch what I wanna watch - full movie or full music track... not bit and pieces what they will allow me... but it just me... 

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