saigua at sbcglobal.net
Sun Jan 22 18:37:00 PST 2017
Gregory Alan Bolcer <greg at bolcer.org> wrote:
> Why not have tiered TV subscriptions for different levels of tvs?
> Someone should start a company to do that. Sort of a secondary
> market, TV arbitrage, tvshaveclub type thing.
> Why hasn't anyone done this before?
MarlinspikeVision 2017 (IIRC, and it's a blind reading:)
3 Signal A/V conferences, 3 Slack sidechannels, The Young Turks and a
Radical Center Party registration, 1gbps/200mbps and sidechannels
of 20 free 'local' broadcasters. Plus those multicasts at their market
Well, the sphere camera coverage was out there this CES and Obama
Address. Does it have to bounce off Startup School requirements, or
is it firewalled by a Content of Record notion or Content Placement
requiring no ads adjacent views West?
That's been a point of emphasis, the tierwise DVR from Moto or
Scientific Atlanta or even the license level from 3D
Sports that let go; when the 3D glasses didn't (at channel pricing
scale) have deep replacement wells, or couldn't saturate all colors
in the top bins in glasses-less mode?
Maybe IBM's sitting on the 360 viewable bit until making the
game exciting for individual subscribers 300 ms at a time is set
to pan out. Uplink from those Samsung TVs just didn't keep pace to
keep that data warm... Or DJI's forming a production union.
(bit of a horror show)
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