PC Magazine Guide to Windows XP Media Center
Publisher: Wiley | ISBN: 0764572830 | edition 2005 | PDF | 356 pages | 11,1 mb
Perhaps you’ve been a participant in many of the recent technology “revolutions.” If you’re like me you’ve probably seen writing go from typewriting to desktop publishing, cameras go from film to digital, recorded music go from vinyl albums to cassettes to CD-ROMs and then to MP3s downloaded from the Internet.
It is doubtful that today you would want to purchase a turntable, cassette deck, or even a CD player—except perhaps to play some old recordings you have. You probably could add film cameras and typewriters to that list too. So now I’ll pose the next question to the children of the revolution: as of today would you buy a personal computer, DVD player or recorder, MP3 jukebox, or any personal video recorder (or PVR) device such as TiVo or ReplayTV? I hope not! You’re a child of the digital revolution and those devices are the problem, not the solution