Why Blu-Ray....

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pabsjl

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Why Blu-Ray Should Never Have Existed

Oh well at the risk of being burnt :suicide:
dvdtown have a link to the above article on IT Business Edge by Rob Enderle.

(About the Author:
Enderle is President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, a forward looking emerging technology advisory firm, and one of the most recognized commentators on tech. Before founding the Enderle Group, Enderle held leading positions with Forrester Research and the Giga Information Group)).



Before the name calling & hair pulling starts :devil: the article does end with;
"you may want to hold off making any choice".

Anyway I'll shut up & here's the link

http://www.itbusinessedge.com/blogs/rob/?p=145

Cheers
pabsjl
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7hil

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The arguments used aren't very new or convincing. The same arguments have been used on this very forum since the format war began.

I was surprised that the major argument regarding the constantly changing profiles wasn't included. This is by far the biggest problem with BD at present.

Very poor article IMHO.
 

Greg Hook

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Yeah, no need for another thread on this.
 
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