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What with my imminent workshops on the horizon and a promise that "Every student receives a Free Software DVD", I have realised that I need to be burning more than one laborious DVD at a time.On offer to my students is the Windows Free Software collection OpenDisc and Linux Mint, a polished Ubuntu derivative distro.
Hewlett-Packard has a treat in store for MediaSmart EX470 and EX480 owners: the company is issuing a DVD with 3.0 software updates that only more recent models have. Yay!
The OpenDisc project, which provides a compilation of Free Software for Windows on a DVD, has recently released a new disc 10.02.
I was just reading my friend Lisa's first thoughts and video of the Sony Reader Touch Edition (PRS-600) and saw she mentioned the new Sony eBook Store 3.0 software would be available this Thursday or Friday. Well, Sony surprised us with an early release and if you go visit the eBook Store download site you will find both Mac and PC downloads for the latest 3.0 version. I downloaded it onto my MacBook Pro and downloaded all of my purchased content to my MBP too since I like to burn a backup DVD of my purchases.
Two court decisions send a message that both DVD ripping and DVD ripping hardware/software is illegal under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
PowerDVD 14 is the perfect universal media player for all your entertainment needs. Play any movie, video or music file or view photos...
I have to admit that I am blown away by a judge's decision to grant a preliminary injunction on sales of RealDVD, RealNetworks' controversial software that allows consumers to rip DVD movies into a computer much the same way that CDs can be ripped.Even though I didn't like it, I understood why Judge Marilyn Hall Patel agreed back in October to grant a temporary restraining order against RealDVD.
New contract, new Windows machine, fresh install of Open Source software (from the OpenDisc project, if only I'd remembered the DVD…).I went to download Sumatra PDF reader, and came across this blurb:“Simplicity has a higher priority than a lot of features.
A powerful visual tool to create attractive and professional autorun CD menu for your CD, DVD and USB sticks in a WYSIWYG environment,...
After installing Windows XP, updating it, restarting it, authenticating it, and then installing a stack of Free Software from the OpenDisc DVD, and configuring that (with probably a few more restarts thrown in), I thought, with 3 machines to go:“I don’t want to do this again…”So I didn't. I used Clonezilla instead.
I'm trying to get to grips with the Free publishing software Scribus, as I want to update the artwork for the OpenDisc DVD. But I have hit what appears to be a brick wall, although I'm sure it's just a learning curve.
The availability of the Kindle 2 was the big tech news of the week and James, Kevin, and I chatted about my Kindle 2 and our thoughts on the new ebook reader in MobileTechRoundup show #163. We also chatted about the ebook options on the iPhone and other mobile devices, including Stanza and eReader. Priced Android apps are also now available, but it sure seems like hardware and software is progressing slowly here. James introduced a new freeware, Doubletwist, that actually looks like a lifesaver for me and all my mobile devices as it brings you the capability to transfer media content from your Mac to a number of mobile devices, with conversion integrated in the software. BTW, DVD Jon is a part of this software so that tells you something.
Best Buy, the retail box store and internet source for electronics, televisions, DVD players, home & car audio, computers, cameras, music, movies, software, games etc is at the cutting edge of modern online technologies and facilitating their use by as many purchase prospects as possible.The embedded video above has various internal talking heads extolling the virtues of 'Best Buy Remix' http://remix.
Apple just released a Migration and DVD/CD Sharing Update (kbase article: HT3174) for all users via Software Update. The download includes Remote Install Mac OS X v.
There's another legal showdown brewing between Hollywood and the techies. RealNetworks and the motion picture studios are headed off to court over RealDVD, just-released software that allows users to rip their personal DVD collections into a PC or portable hard drive.
It’s now been a week since Apple’s botched release of iTunes 8, which caused a tidal wave of Vista crashes before it was hastily rolled back. Judging from traffic on Apple’s support forum, pulling the new Apple USB driver and replacing it with the file from iTunes 7.7 succeeded in quieting most of the complaints from most Windows users, although a handful of customers report that they’re still having problems. After looking more closely at the other driver, from Gear Software, I've concluded that it was unrelated to these crashes and might even be an innocent bystander in another iTunes support headache involving missing CD and DVD drive letters.
An IBM software appliance toolkit gives VARs a single stick memory or DVD they can install to get vertical market customers going.
16.3 mln DVDs sold 2 years after DVD was introduced, 8.3 mln HD-DVD and BluRay discs sold 2 years after introduction
According to Nielsen Media Research and Adams Media Research, the total high-def software sales for the first 2 years are only half of what standard DVD sales were for their first 2 years. There were 16.3 mln standard DVDs sold in the first two years (1997-1998) and there have been only 8.3 mln high-definition (both [...]
The SecurDisc data protection in LG's GSA-H55N has obvious appeal to some businesses, although others may do better simply by improving their storage of normal CDs and DVDs.
A quick update to my MacBook Pro Experience.Last night I decided to see how good the MacBook Pro is as a DVD player and bought out my "default" movie - Aliens. Not only do I enjoy this movie each time I watch it, I felt that it was a great movie to test out the the system's screen, sound system and the software DVD player.
The movie industry seems determined to continue on a course where it happily erodes the rights of legitimate users, all in the name of securing profits. The latest example of this comes in the form of a DVD copy protection technology called Protect DVD-Video which actually prevents a DVD being played on a Windows PC using Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center Edition or any software players based on DirectShow.
Mandriva occupies the middle ground between consumer-focused and business-orientated Linux distributions. It's generally well put together, but lacks some details.