Joel, didn't know you were a Legend of the Seeker fan! :)
Thanks though, this GPU offloading will be very useful for netbooks.
This is really interesting!
It would be nice to watch 1080p without lags and stutters. I lag and stutter enough on my own, no need to watch it LOL
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This should also really help small form factor ION boards that are being used as part of an HTPC type unit. Does Boxee utilize Flash to show video?
Remember when all abandoned Flash and converted to Silverlight?
It was pretty smart of MS to do all their streaming in H.264. Being patented, no open source implementation could be published. They continually feigned cross-platform support via their deal with Novell and apparent tolerance of Moonlight, which was always crippled and one version older than Silverlight.
Eventually, all the other operating systems, without access to YouTube and Facebook apps, died out.
That's when the giant robotic flying scorpions first appeared... in swarms blotting out the sun.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I get the feeling that you've condensed several year's worth of evens in a few witty sentences. Where can I get the long version?
>> I get the feeling that you've condensed several year's worth of evens in a few witty sentences. Where can I get the long version?
Actually, all of that's going to happen by next Thursday.
And so, it begins.
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