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The gang remembers Freddie Mercury, racism in Deus Ex, the split between Starz and Netflix, and even more discussion of DRM.
“Don’t Stop Me Now” — Jazz by Queen on iTunes | Amazon
The Google Doodle for Freddie for a Day on September 5th.
Analog Hole Episode 204 - 9/12/11
Yes, Thay, the spoilers I was referring to in The Matrix is about everything in the first 30 minutes of the movie taking place in a virtual world. None of the trailers or commercials showed anything outside of the matrix. It looked like a stylized action movie with some trippy camerawork. The audience is supposed to be confused and disoriented when Neo wakes up, basically putting us in his shoes. Instead I sat around waiting for them to reveal the twist.
Regarding physical media. I have noticed that in the past year I stopped buying DVDs and haven't bought a game on a disc since Wraith of the Lich King. I have a decent sized movie collection but since I don't have an HD TV (or actually any kind of TV) or a Blu Ray player it just doesn't seem worth it anymore to buy plastic discs. I'll stream what I want to watch online through Hulu or some other service and not have those cases taking up anymore room in my house. I even re-bought GTA4 on Steam along with the episodes during a sale so I could get rid of the discs.
Muppets cover Bohemian Rhapsody
I just bought a game on Origin. I feel like I'm cheating on a girlfriend. Steam baby, she doesn't mean anything to me. You're my true love, honest. lol
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