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2003-02-28 18:08:42.489077+00 by TC 4 comments

K, I've been remiss in posting so here are few quickies.

I punished myself by following the Haselhoff story ouch! I guess Kitt did the driving most of the time.

Proof that war is a certainty.

Buffy has been slayed. I don't know about you but I tivo it as a guilty pleasure and this year has sucked and not in a friendly vampire way.

Speaking of TIVO you network them now.... bwhahaha more power

Speaking of power, Netflix has one million serverd under their golden arches.

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comments in ascending chronological order (reverse):

#Comment made: 2003-02-28 18:39:30.881383+00 by: starbreeze

As much as I hate Haselhoff... I used to be obsessed with Knight Rider when I was little, and I recently saw his performance in Jekyll and Hyde and did a great job.

#Comment made: 2003-02-28 18:39:31.954105+00 by: ghasty

And don't forget tonight:

Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding
120 min.
Cast members from the long-running series (1991-2001) reunite for the tropical nups of lifeguard legend Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff). Never mind that Mitch was blown to bits in a boating accident during the show's final season. He resurfaces in this 2003 TV-movie, along with such fellow hardbodies as Pamela Anderson, Yasmine Bleeth, Michael Bergin, Gena Lee Nolin, Alexandra Paul, Nicole Eggert, Carmen Electra, Jeremy Jackson, Angelica Bridges, Brande Roderick, Jason Mamoa and Stacy Kamano. Good thing that Mitch has all his friends around because an old adversary (Cary Hiroyuki-Tagawa) has plans to ruin the big day. (VCR Plus+ 34480)

#Comment made: 2003-02-28 21:27:06.578941+00 by: petronius

VCR Plus! I remember the days! My newspaper changed its layout on the TV pages and dropped the Plus numbers a few years back. I contacted them about it and they said that the alternative was to make the type smaller. As I had just gotten bifocals I decided to live with it.

As for TIVO, a dear friend of mine has it and will drone along for hours on its virtues. I finally cried "Dave, its a VCR! Get a grip!"

#Comment made: 2003-03-01 18:04:59.705069+00 by: TheSHAD0W

I always thought TiVo should make it so their machines could cluster; put two TiVos in two different rooms, and on the same ethernet bus, and you could make them act like a single double-headed, double-input digital VCR. There wouldn't even be any real reason to differentiate which box was doing what; if necessary, if one box was busy when you wanted to watch on the attached TV, you could just stream the video from the other box.