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© December 2005 Tony Lawrence

I took a look at DTV for Mac and once again got that sinking "I must be so-o-o- out of touch" feeling. Is this what we're supposed to be doing now? But, this video blogging thing is so..so.., well, un-computerish.

I'm not against video. I watch TV, and I enjoyed watching a couple of episodes of RocketBoom. But I don't have time for a lot of this. It's too..damn..slow. Some people are auditory learners; I'm not. That's just the way it is.

And frankly, there's not much that really interests me, at least not on a daily basis.

I think I'll pass. I may be hopelessly out of touch, but that's OK. Better out of touch than wasting half the day with this.


  1. Get FireANT: Find and Watch Video on the Web
  2. Rocketboom vblog

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