I turn it on for background noise once in a while, or if there is something in particular I want to see. But even if I was a PC user, I wouldn't like it because it's geared way too much toward newbies.<br><br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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I find it amusing but they mved it again to the "super ultra high cost premium Digital cable and i find myself watching cartoons and techTV for $70/month!! im getting rid of it and getting broadband! <br><br>
Back to getting rid of the copy protection. I thought someone had figured out a way to block the blocking, if you know what I mean.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Its music for heck's sake! Just plug an audio-in into your mac from a "real" CD player () and convert to mp3 that way. Let's see them copy-protect that!! The iPod is here to stay and I will NOT let these @ss-clowns prevent me from using it!<br><br>
As we all should. It isn't about file sharing at all anymore, it is about large, money grubbing (Gizmo would say "raping") corporations trying to control what we can, and cannot do with the media we purchase.<br><br>If no one buys them they'll stop selling them. Simple as that.<br><br>
Just to let you know, I just tried your suggestion about covering the outside edge with a felt tip marker.... and IT WORKED! Thanks a lot!<br>Just to be sure I applied the marker twice to the edge! I now get to put my Japanese Acid Jazz disc on my iPod! <br>One funny thing is that My desktop shows two CD's in my Mac, one reads english song titles and the other shows generic titles like track one, etc..<br><br>
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