Okay, about this “Blogger Code of Conduct” thing:
Whatever. I’ll be ignoring this entirely (after this post, obviously). Some reasons for this:
1. This is my site and I couldn’t care less how anyone else thinks it should be run; anyone else who thinks they should have a say in how the site is run (i.e., “the community will police itself”) is going to learn all the different ways I know how to say “kiss my ass.”
1080p, or 1080 progressive, is a very high resolution video format and screen specification. It is one of the ATSC HDTV specified formats which includes 720p, 1080i, and 1080p. If you are even casually interested in Home Theater, you no doubt have heard the term 1080p, and if so, you most likely have been misinformed about it. Common misconceptions being spread include that there is no media to carry it, that you need an enormous screen to benefit from it, and on the whole you just shouldn’t care about it. Why the industry has persisted in the charade is beyond the scope of this piece, but suffice it to say, if you don’t care about 1080p now, you will.
And, oh!, the unsympathetic comments he gets — from other men.
After all those, I wouldn’t be surprised if those who did want to leave sympathetic messages stayed away out of fear.
Scientists have speculated that “resetting” the immune system might stop it from attacking the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.
I’ve left a few comments at the discussion over there. Some I’ll repeat here:
I still believe the perfect device size is the Sony Reader. It’s what a PDA should have grown up to be. It’s what current UMPCs should shrink to.
It’s not a pocketable size, but it’s perfect for dropping in a bag and toting. And unlike current heavy UMPCs, it’s easy to pull out of a bag and use immediately. In this sense, this size of device has the advantages of past pocketable devices with some of the added functionality of current UMPCs — mainly a screen that doesn’t require squinting and a weight that doesn’t invite muscle strain.
I’m hoping Palm is going to be releasing something like it. (Here’s another ease-of-tote device.)
I guess it will depend on just how good Palm makes the software. Well, duh.
I hope Palm comes out with something that will excite me. (And hey, Ed Colligan, you’re now formally invited to let me kiss your company’s ass by deigning to put me on the send-him-a-review-unit list! I offer the same terms I offered Microsoft. Deal or No Deal?)
Question is now, if the money plops into my lap, do I get the Samsung Q1P I have a really major lust for or do I wait for Palm to reveal its hand?
Prior relevant coverage in this blog:
The Infection Is Spreading…
NY Post Columnist Cindy Adams Writes About Having A Palm Treo
What This Year’s Treo Should Have Been
Palm Wants Us To Wait ANOTHER Two Years…
Palm Computing: Self-Destruction By Self-Distraction
Oh, Palm. You Pack Of Eejits!
The iPhone Is A First-Generation Pocket Mac
Palm Continues To Create Future iPhone Buyers
More iPhone Absolute Must-Reads
LifeDrive Notes: Cue Taps
Giving PalmOS The Joan Rivers Treatment
Errrr… Because Palm Be Eejits And Palm Desktop Ain’t No iTunes Store Neither!
Entering A Second Decade Of Disappointment, Deafness, And Doom From Those Eejits At Palm
iPhone Is LifeDrive II?
LifeDrive Notes: It Got No Luv
Two About LifeDrive
I Don’t Want A Treo, Dammit!
So, Are PDAs Really Really Dead?
Yesterday I Said (and Said and Said…)
Still fuming over this issue.
If the MTA decides to come after me for the three subway photos I just published, they damned well better go after this site too.