|reply to G_Poobah |
Re: The beginning of the end proposed
Bit overly dramatic, don't you think? The original quote was quite different and way more troubling. banning books... as if people read anyway...
Reading up on the linked page, this is specifically related to video on demand, and not regular programming. Why would one want to record video on demand anyway?
Over the air or regular programming, now that is different. I have no problem with recording for personal (household anyone) use, but recording and then flooding the internet with it, that is something even I have to say is where I draw the line. One can argue about the effectiveness of what HBO intends to do or what it will later on lead to, but once again, what is the point in recording VOD content?
True, it is on demand and there when you want it so why should anyone need to record it to "view later"?
Round Lake, IL
not to play the devils advocate but the VOD chocies r always changing not like a month from now u can watch a movie that was there today at least on comcast
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|reply to Skippy25 |
If I'm not mistaken. On Adelphia, you can't record any VOD on your DVR. Or at least on Adelphia's DVR's