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Monday, November 28, 2005

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HF

It's not that bad to type stuff in. I see this working like keyword wishlists. You put in the topic once and forget about it, and as ads appear you will see them. Or maybe they will even have pre-defined keywords so entering them will be even easier - you just pick out the first couple of letters and then scroll to the word you want.

As far as disk space, as I understand it TiVo already sets aside an hour or so of disk space for just such uses. You're already paying that price, so you might as well use it.

Jonh

Interesting assumption: people want to see ads. Isn't one of the big selling points about VCRs and PVRs that you can avoid the ads entirely? Who actively looks at ads? - unless they're funny, beautifully abstract or just plain bizarre. (And which usually say nothing about the product iteself, other than 'cool'.) Sounds like an app in search of a use.

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