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Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web
Posted by: Frazier Moore 2005-12-27 11:58:28
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Joining the trend of TV shows migrating to the Internet, a pair of episodes from the CBS comedies "Two and a Half Men" and "How I Met Your Mother" are being offered for free video streaming this week from the Yahoo Web site. Available through next Monday, the half-hour shows, which aired earlier this season, will be available in their entirety and without commercials, CBS and Yahoo announced. It is the first time that Yahoo is streaming episodes of a CBS television series in their entirety.

Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web
Posted by: TheKahuna 2005-12-27 12:22:18 In reply to: Frazier Moore
Your article completely fails to mention what really matters to Mac users. It doesn't work with a Mac and is therefore non-news.

Re: Yahoo to Air CBS Sitcoms on the Web
Posted by: holoman 2005-12-27 12:04:16 In reply to: Frazier Moore
The ONLY Data Storage Technology that can handle this new market is some type of Holographic Storage like the one Colossal Storage proposes.
Blu-Ray and HD-DVD, CD-Rom, Hard Drives will be
unindated with the new need for more data capacity.
Inphase and Optware will be selling their Holographic Storage starting in 2006.
HDTV puts even further pressure on data storage.
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