So, in the last day I’ve been playing catch-up to some folks who have already determined that using Sonic MyDVD transcoding for .tivo files was not for them either. They’ve detailed they’re steps, so I’ll just take a bit to gloss over mine.
After three weeks, I finally got my service update for v7.1 of the TiVo kernal yesterday evening. By the next afternoon I had a DVD of recorded shows. Instant gratification it’s not.
I think that we should consider how we really listen to our music, and not just what we think weâ€™ll be missing. Itâ€™s role in the iPod family is not to be your entire music library on the go, it is just a random snapshot of it.
The power behind this is the use of closed caption to create searchable text from television. The nice thing here is that you can search video based on total spoken content.
I’m loath to admit it, but I’m afraid that this month’s Wired magazine that came sneaking through my mail slot this afternoon is not their best work.
To anyone who isn’t reading this site by Braille, you can tell that the look is changing. Of course, that’s all that’s changing since I’m spending this evening playing with the style sheet. To facilitate an on-going discussion between myself and the Jedi Master designer, Jason Johnson, I thought I’d create a new post to… Continue reading Beauty Is Skin Deep
I can hardly believe that five whole days have gone by since I started my new job. I have to say that I’m feeling a great deal more optimistic since my last post, too.
From all the previews last summer, we were both expecting a horror/suspense film. Some day, I’ll learn to not trust those advertisements.
I can say whole-heartedly, I have begun all over again.
The Washington Post has a review of the new TiVo ToGo service, which I’m still awaiting my service update for. The reviewer feels getting the media to your PC is too difficult for most users. I thought he might be refering to the fact that the TiVo desktop and the Sonic MyDVD aren’t as well… Continue reading TiVo Made Something Difficult?