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Danger Will Robinson! {WoW}

Jun 15th 2007 11:43AM @1 & 2

lol! And you call us smug? Listen to yourselves!

A very real reality is that the WoW client on the Mac runs as good as, if not better, than the Windows client, the UI API allows all plug-ins to function, and on top of all this, there are much fewer trojans or viruses out there.

While OS X and it's applications have there share of vulnerabilities, versus Windows it's not even close; Windows has an order of magnitude more exposure to potential hackers.

If you think a Mac is just another pretty face you're sadly's a solid computer, a productive platform, and a pleasure to use. To say otherwise it to only highlight your own bias and/or ignorance.

Your class sucks in the expansion (a compedium of BC complaints) {WoW}

Jan 8th 2007 2:52PM Always easy to pick out a post by Elizabeth. Was your family and dog killed by a warlock in another life? Because you sure seem to have a hard-on for bitching about them at every opportunity.

It gets old. Quick.

Are you raiding? {WoW}

Dec 12th 2006 4:53PM Still raiding. Have a new priest alt (horde) and am seeing lots of new content for the first time. Will do the Ony chain and want to do Benediction, for example. That means BRD runs, etc.

Guild is doing more PvP, however, so any raiding has been in PUGs or smaller 5-mans.

Pioneer's DVD players with HDMI, SACD, and DivX support {Engadget}

Mar 29th 2006 3:06PM Re SACD and DVD-Audio over HDMI:

HDMI has supported audio since version 1.1. An HDMI-enabled player, such as the Panny S97, can send all dts, DVD-Audio, and audio tracks in digital format through the HDMI 1.1 interface to an HDMI-enabled receiver (SA-XR70 anyone?).

Support for SACD over HDMI was just recently added in the HDMI 1.2 specification.

So as soon as devices with HDMI 1.2 show up, you can play SACD over HDMI.