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lol yeah i get that now. but what a stupid title for their article?
Stupid or genious? how many people saw it and thought "OMGHAX BluRay FTL!"? great way to get people to read your article that most people wouldnt care about, hahaha.
    
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Stupid or genious? how many people saw it and thought "OMGHAX BluRay FTL!"? great way to get people to read your article that most people wouldnt care about, hahaha.
i spose, but doing that means less support from readers anyway, coz straight away you've been deceived and are then on a negative. its like if they called it Free Beer. you'd read it, notice nothing to do with beer or free beer, and immediately discriminate the ad. it happened here after all.
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Agreed, no real need for it right now.

but how else do you think progress is made? If we don't develop stuff (and recover some money by selling it to some uberrich geeks are uberhigh prices), then we'd all still be using VHS.... or rather, we'd all still be living in caves.
    
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