In a strange and incestuous twist of the space-web-time continuum, a fascinating comment
about the mechanism by which The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (previOusly.
) records every bit of daily news appeared inside a post
, the red-headed stepchild blog of our selfless benefactor, user 1
posted by jckll
on Aug 19, 2008 -
Next gen TiVo announced
. Apparently "by holiday season 2002" we can look forward to broadband, photos, CD storage/playback, streaming audio, VOD, and something called "video party games" on our TiVos. But will my Wishlist ever learn to refresh in under 15 minutes?
posted by luser
on Jan 8, 2002 -
, the once-bankrupted main competitor of TiVo
got bought by SonicBlue
(they made the Rio mp3 player) and they've relaunched, poised to blow the fucking roof off digital tv recording. Ethernet port? Sharing recorded episodes with other units in your house? Trading entire episodes with anyone else over the net? Merging internet content with TV content? Commercial-free taping? It's all here baby
. Now will TiVo evolve, or will ReplayTV take the market?
posted by mathowie
on Sep 6, 2001 -
Pity The Poor TV Broadcaster
It was obvious that Personal Video Recorders (like Tivo) were going to make it way easy to skip advertising. What I also realized, though, when talking to Lane
about how Buffy
is moving from the WB to UPN, is that folks who watch Buffy
via a PVR could care less what channel it is on--they just tell the machine to "get me Buffy
" and it does the rest. This study seems to affirm that, for a significant portion of the audience, this is true.
posted by peterme
on Jul 31, 2001 -
Microsoft unleashes their TiVo killer
and it looks like it has everything you could ever want in a personal video recorder. Two tuners so you can tape one thing and watch another, DSS, 35 hours of recording time, and webtv/email functionality. Is it too much or will TiVo owners want these increased features?
posted by mathowie
on Jan 8, 2001 -