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01-13-14  06:11pm - 318 days What's the right amount of "free"? (34 Posts) - #24
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I think the overall theme needs to be quality over quantity. I'd rather see a short high definition, great production quality video than get a whole SD run of the mill porno. The same goes for the photos. So if you are setting up a script that automatically aggregates the free content, please make sure it only pulls high resolution content.

In regards to movie lengths: Hollywood gets people to go to theaters using movie trailers that last only 2 or 3 minutes. I think Teen Fidelity shows the ideal movie posts, none of the trailers on their front page exceed 3 minutes, all are available in HD and all give an overview of the entire scene, rather than an excerpt from a scene.

Maybe the content providers used for MyPorn's movie and photo galleries can be by invite only. As editors, you can an evaluate a site and then provide them with an account if you feel their content is worthy of being included in the MyPorn collection. Their account would be on 1 month probationary period, and every upload would have to be approved by the MyPorn editors to make sure that the videos and photos meet the quality standards during that month. I'm sure regular users would be willing to act as content watchdogs after the probationary period, reporting to you guys if site's uploads suddenly took a turn for the worse. The quality standards could include basic stats like minimum resolutions, but also include subjective requirements like how accurately the preview portrayed the full length scene.

This system would make appearing in the MyPorn collection a prestigious placement and also encourage content producers to be more involved with the site. I'd love to see small, innovative, niche content producers getting attention that way. Their presence might also encourage some of the larger producers to step up their game and get out of the rut of producing the same material over and over. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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01-13-14  05:10pm - 318 days myporn.com - first look! (73 Posts) - #37
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The new site looks pretty snazzy and I'll keep an eye out for that email whenever the Group A invitations go out.

Two things:

1) Will the top bar that connects the various sub-sites float for easy access? (i.e. the Nubile Films menu bar)

2) Will there be a mobile version or will the site be responsive, enabling it to adjust to any screen size?


Also: Welcome back Cybertoad! In honor of your return, here is a dancing banana: "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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12-08-13  12:54pm - 354 days Looking for evidence! (21 Posts) - #18
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Originally Posted by graymane:


"Toad" is quite proper connecting his name ......

Suddenly he bobs up .... then goes under for God only knows how long ...... before the water parts and he gets a breath of air .......and under again he goes.


haha, yeah - that's pretty accurate "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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12-06-13  11:27am - 356 days Looking for evidence! (21 Posts) - #12
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I've recently gotten more interested in sites that feature unscripted and/or self-videotaped sex scenes for the very reason of seeing models that are actually aroused rather than playing the part. While common belief is that vaginal secretion is the best indicator of arousal, it really isn't. As jberryl69 pointed out, you can look for neck and chest flushing, though the visibility of this varies for individuals (skin color aside, some people blush more than others).

Interestingly, usually a better indicator is that both the nose and lips contain erectile properties and will enlarge and flush during arousal (the ears will also flush). Often times when one sees users complaining about "sick" girls needlessly performing sex scenes and citing the red nose, lips and excess saliva as evidence - they may actually be witnessing a truly aroused performer. Those are only some of the more obvious indicators of arousal. Desensitivity to pain is another good indicator.

Mary Roach wrote a hilarious and informative book that covers this subject entitled: "Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex". I highly recommend it.

As for videos with genuinely aroused women, I recommend CzechAV - they have Czech Mega Swingers and Czech Amateurs. ATK's new site ATK Girlfriends also features some genuine arousal scenes as well. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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09-04-13  09:09am - 450 days I tilt my lilly pad to you ! (26 Posts) - #5
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Oh, I've just been lurking, don't mind me.

I haven't had the free time lately to write my old style e-novel comments, and I only check into the forum probably once or twice a week at this point. I'll still keep an eye on the forums, just to make sure everybody is still up to no good. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-05-13  06:29pm - 601 days A Note from Khan (50 Posts) - #30
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Welcome back Khan! Glad you are back on your feet "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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04-03-13  01:55pm - 603 days A Note from Khan (50 Posts) - #15
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I hope you get well soon Khan, infections are no damned fun. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-13-12  05:05pm - 744 days Should A Bonus Site Be Rated? (13 Posts) - #4
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I think Khan summed it up pretty well.

When I was actively doing reviews, I tried to review each and every site on a network. This can be incredibly time consuming, however, and it becomes increasingly difficult to say something new about the site. It is in that regard that I really do not envy the 4 reviewers of TBP in their jobs.

These days, my viewpoint toward reviews has changed a bit. I used to place much import on getting down the technical details about the site, but frankly, TBP and other sites handle that pretty well. Now I'm more interested in reviews that talk about the experience of being a member of the site, an editorial, essay style review rather than a laundry list of specifications. The Pros / Cons are still a good place to slap some technical data and give a quick summary of the review, but the "Bottom Line" is really were the meat of the review should be for me.

So in that context, I feel reviewers should focus on sites that they have a specific opinion about. Unless the site is so important that it would seem strange to not talk about it. Looking at movie reviews, I would forgive a movie reviewer for reviewing Disney's Aladdin, but skipping the direct to video sequels. Similarly, I'd forgive a reviewer for reviewing a network site and 5 sites within that network that they particularly liked/hated but skipping the 19 remaining sites that they were rather ambivalent toward. I would expect a brief mention of those 19 in the review of the main network site. I also wouldn't be surprised if the text of that review directed readers to the other 5 site-specific reviews rather than covering those sites in depth within that review as well.

I'm not hugely interested in reviews from people that have no interest in the content at any level. You won't ever see me reviewing a foot fetish site - it bores me and other than telling you about the technical details, I don't think my opinion of the content would be helpful at all. I will never hold it against a reviewer for sticking to niches that they enjoy. I do believe that one should always explore and constantly redefine the boundaries of their interests, but that is just an interesting way to live and not something I'd impose on others. It goes along with: The unexamined life is not worth living. and Vivir con miedo es como vivir a medias. (Translated: "A life lived in fear is a life half lived.") But I digress.

Anyway, review the sites that most interest you and leave the rest to a footnote, that is my recommendation. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-12-12  07:22pm - 745 days Veteran's Day (14 Posts) - #10
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Originally Posted by rearadmiral:


I recall a conversation a few years back with my then Commanding Officer and we were both pretty proud of how well the Forces adapted to modern thinking.

Morale didn't decline, force effectiveness was not undermined, discipline wasn't undercut. People just went on being people. Besides, a military force that doesn't reflect the value of the citizenry they serve won't be held in the same esteem.

I'm glad to see the U.S. changing this position and it will only expand as the American people embrace their gay and lesbian neighbours.


Once again, Canada is ahead of the U.S. on social issues. As an American, I sort of wish that weren't always the case, but it makes you guys a good neighbor to have. Now if we just legalized drugs, we'd be able to relieve Mexico of much of its troubles and we could stop having a stupid wall on our southern border. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-12-12  07:17pm - 745 days Veteran's Day (14 Posts) - #8
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Originally Posted by Khan:


As I believe I mentioned in the 2nd sentence of my post.



I'm an idiot. Sorry, should have read more carefully, lol "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-12-12  02:58pm - 745 days Veteran's Day (14 Posts) - #2
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I'm glad the military is getting more and more progressive and the men and women of the military don't have to live a lie as frequently. I also hope they are in less and less armed conflicts; but when they are, I hope they all come home safely.

The below is shown strictly for reference. I misread Khan's initial post as saying that Monday (the 12th) was Veterans Day and added this note in my post in response. Whoops, I'm the idiot.

Originally Posted by Toadsith:


I also wanted to point out that technically, yesterday was Veterans Day. Many federal and state institutions simply decide to celebrate it on the nearest workday. New York City kept with tradition despite the hurricane clean-up and ran the parade on the 11th. (photos)
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11-11-12  08:43pm - 746 days Upcoming Movie Thread (1202 Posts) - #948
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Originally Posted by messmer:


[...] however when it comes to George Lazenby he simply didn't LOOK Bond, he looked like someone's favorite uncle rather than 007. That's the only thing that put poor George in my worst Bond category.


Yeah, if you are distracted by the actor's looks, it is very hard to take their character seriously. I had trouble getting over Daniel Craig's looks as he presents as a thug to me. Sort of like those low-level gangsters who've got the money for the Armani suit, but never look comfortable in it.

Originally Posted by pat362:


Lazenby never had a chance because he took over the role when Connery had made it his own and he had a certain resemblance to Connery. Moore looked a lot different so fans couldn't make a physical comparaison. It also didn't help that Lazenby was tied down with a wife as opposed to a generic Bond girl and that it's his father-in-law that helps him rather than the British Government.


It is tough accepting a new actor in an old role sometimes, and I do forget that Bond hadn't had that history yet when Lazenby took the helm. I did want to point out that Lazenby's Bond was only married at the very end of the film. [SPOILER WARNING] Bond is removing the wedding decorations from the Aston Martin when Blofeld drives up and shoots the car to pieces. So he had plenty of time to fool around with the ladies prior to the wedding.

Originally Posted by lk2fireone:


Lazenby's problem was that he replaced Sean Connery. So he was constantly compared to Connery, and Lazenby was found wanting. Maybe, if he had continued in the role in future movies, he might have gained some respect or a following. But he did only one Bond film, and then was in a bunch of low-budget movies for the rest of his career.


Perhaps his Bond would have gained traction with the audiences after more than one movie - and I damn Lazenby for fearing type-casting and not accepting the studio's contract. They were eager as the movie did quite well, though not as amazingly well as some of the other Bonds; it's $7 million budget it earned a gross of $82 million. It certainly took me a few movies to warm to Brosnan and I only really loved his performance in his fourth and final film. I'm only now slightly warming to Craig's Bond. Maybe the fourth and fifth films will recapture Bond's suave humor to the fullest. I liked him in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, he was quite good in that, so sometimes he can act well...

Anyway, thanks for indulging my curiosity about the animosity toward Lazenby's Bond. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-11-12  10:08am - 746 days Upcoming Movie Thread (1202 Posts) - #941
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Originally Posted by lk2fireone:


I personally thought Lazenby was probably the worst Bond.


Originally Posted by messmer:


Actually Woody Allen and George Lazenby were the worst, but we won't talk about them.


Ok, I'm curious - why would you both say Lazenby was the worst Bond?

My personal theory is that people dislike the movie (On Her Majesty's Secret Service) largely because it has a very depressing finale, and then they just push that dislike onto Lazenby as well. I would argue that the movie, despite its downer ending, featured some of the best acting and the best balance between humor and drama of all of the films. Lazenby himself captured the same amused detachment that Sean Connery introduced, but added to Sean Connery's performance with more range as an actor as well as more range as an athlete as he was a martial arts instructor. I love Connery, but he is a living caricature - Craig Ferguson famously describes Connery's acting ability as wearing different hats (There, now I'm a Russian submarine commander - should be happy I'm in your damn movie!). Connery is a character actor that was perfectly cast for 007, but he frankly has less acting ability than the majority of my favorite character actors.

Lazenby gave us the first emotional Bond until Daniel Craig, and I thought he handled it better. He gave us the most athletic Bond until the movies started going insanely action-y starting with Dalton. He was one of the most suave and whoreish of the Bonds, I think he beds like 10 women in that one movie. He manages to make a kilt sexy. I'll admit the Bond car is a bit boring in that movie - but it does have a few fun gadgets, just not the cars. That said, it has a pretty good chase scene in the snow. Not to mention the classic skiing style chase scene that every Bond must tryout at some point.

If you haven't seen the movie in a long time, re-watch it. I think you will find it is far better than you remember - he may not be your favorite Bond, but I doubt you'll come away saying he was the worst Bond. (That obviously goes to Woody Allen, but then I'm not a massive Woody Allen fan. David Niven though is a contender for the best too...) Hell, the movie also starred the great Diana Rigg - who breathed life into The Avengers all those years ago. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-11-12  12:16am - 747 days Upcoming Movie Thread (1202 Posts) - #939
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I personally thing George Lazenby was the best Bond, followed very closely by Sean Connery and then trailing a ways in the back is Pierce Brosnan (he really learned what it is to be Bond in his final film). Moore was fun, but was a bit too goofy and not really enough Bond. He really kept playing "The Saint" instead of adopting a Bond persona.

When first introduced to his version in Casino Royale, I absolutely loathed Daniel Craig's Bond - way too Jason Bourne. He improved in the Quantum of Solace, but is still very, very far from that suave, detached and amused Bond that Sean Connery laid the groundwork for. That said, Skyfall is supposed to be much more Bond-ified. For example, he adjusts his cuffs mid chase sequence. That's a good bit of class there.

I agree that Dalton was far too serious as well - and he must have been directed as such, for example: See his performance in Hot Fuzz. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-09-12  02:17pm - 748 days Anyone watching VideoBox on their TV? (14 Posts) - #13
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Originally Posted by messmer:


Afraid not, Toadsith. I do have that button and kept pressing it frantically but got the answer that it didn't work if my TV was in that particular mode. I assume it referred to running a movie through a USB port. When I watch regular TV the button works fine.


Odd, I guess it can't upconvert media files played off the USB. C'est la vie. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-09-12  11:31am - 748 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - #14
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Originally Posted by jberryl69:


This reminds me of the movie, Deep Throat, which during the scene where Linda Lovelace throats off Harry Reems (and also, the last scene) where they kept editing in a rocket, bells and fireworks blasting off - and yes, it keeps to the theme of simultaneous orgasms, but damn if it didn't spoil it for me - I've tried to edit out those parts of the rocket shot but my software is not that sophisticated. Would love to get my hands on the unedited film stock to be honest.


I completely forgot about that, lol It has been awhile since I've seen the movie. That was really peculiar - not as peculiar as Behind The Green Door, but definitely a wee bit distracting. It is almost as if it was a porn predecessor to Airplane and similar farcical, absurdist straight-faced comedies. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  10:28pm - 749 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - #12
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Thanks, I'll check it out (as well as some of the tunes I don't recognize!) "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  09:59pm - 749 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - #10
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Originally Posted by jberryl69:


haha.. Well, I've always like Jazz and Rock & POP so it would tend to go in that direction. I have certain tunes the I use repeatedly that seem to go well with my porn. Everything from Miles Davis to Frank Zappa to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Again, since it's not the main focus of the film, the vocals are faded into the background enough not to be distracting for me.


Please tell me one of the Michael Jackson selections you use is Beat It, it just so damn fitting. (I'd almost be tempted to include some of the shots from the music video into the scene, sort of turn the porn scenes into extensions of the music videos.)

Frank Zappa does have some great tracks that would really fit.

Originally Posted by jberryl69:


And in the end, it depends on what you consider "a lot of time" - yes, I might spend a couple of hours trimming off the fat and fading into the lean portion of a video but I can say that my finished product makes me happier than the raw footage.


I suppose if you keep the videos around for a long time, dramatically increasing the appeal of the video with a few hours of work makes good sense.

Out of curiosity, which editing program do you use? I'm frequently trying to decide between a program with vastly too many options versus ones that are crippled by too much simplicity. I loved the old Windows XP Movie Maker, but the Windows 7 one is just way too simplistic. Then there is Adobe Premier Pro which I just haven't been willing to sit down and learn... "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  09:35pm - 749 days Italian Friends on the Bus (157 Posts) - #109
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I hadn't checked this thread recently, a number of good new ones I'll have to add to my mental archive of jokes "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  09:30pm - 749 days Anyone watching VideoBox on their TV? (14 Posts) - #9
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Originally Posted by messmer:


My last TV was limited like that but I happened to luck into a real good deal on one of those new super TVs with WIFI capacity and the works. It astonished me last night when it actually asked me if I wanted an upgrade to my TV!! And the HD 1080p (through the memory stick) was gorgeous. For some reason the 720p HDs are shown in a smaller picture, which is only logical, I suppose, but I would like to discover a way to expand that to full screen. Maybe there IS a way??


Usually you can tell the TV to adjust the content to fit the screen with a Zoom, Stretch, Zoom-crop, et cetera. Often they have a Picture Size button, frequently shortened to P.Size, or sometimes it will be within the Aspect Ratio selection. At any rate, your remote control should have a specific button to address this issue. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  09:26pm - 749 days Leaving modems on 24/7 Off Topic (9 Posts) - #10
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


Like to hear some others input on why they are rebooting modems ?


Not being an expert on networking nor for that matter on how cable companies handle their own network, but my understanding is this: Rebooting the modem is not done so much to adjust anything specific within the modem, for as you mentioned, the software in the modem isn't wildly sophisticated and it is also using flash memory, not RAM (or god forbid a traditional platter hard drive), though I must say I've seen great changes in performance rebooting my router - but it is 10+ years old so it may indeed have serious problems. At any rate, the impression I get is that rebooting your modem is instead causing the cable company to effectively reboot its connection with you, so you are in a sense forcing a reboot on their end, fixing whatever problems that crept up within their side of the network.

I personally have seen dramatic performance boosts after a cable modem warm reboot and similarly with DSL modem warm reboot. Also, I have been told to reboot the modem by hand by technicians from the cable company when problems arouse - despite their ability to do so remotely, so a complete power down (which they cannot do remotely) presumably has some advantage, unless it is the typical superstitious behavior that creeps into nearly every computer user at some level. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  09:16pm - 749 days Upcoming Movie Thread (1202 Posts) - #930
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Originally Posted by pat362:


I hope it bombs and whoever paid for the conversion loses his shirt. Can there really be all that many people who want to see a non-3D movie converted to 3D?


Apparently the conversion costs are low enough that studios are glad to take the risk for the payouts they've seen with previous conversions. Specifically, Titanic was converted for $18 million and as a result made an additional $342 million. A 19:1 profit margin is going to turn any studio's head.

I think we are going to be seeing a lot more of these for a while unless the bottom falls out of the 3D thing... again. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  09:04pm - 749 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - #8
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Originally Posted by jberryl69:


Well, I do add a track of music a lot of times to an edited piece of porn. I don't mute the sounds on the original video, just add a separate track of music. Sometimes I use commercially purchased fare or will rip some intro porn music and remaster it to fit the length of the piece I'm putting together.

I use to have the volume of the music up louder than the sound of the video but have stopped that to make it more like a real movie where the music is used to enhance the video, not overwhelm it.

By the same token, I can remove some objectionable sounds - like trash talking or like on a lot of hotel shot vids of Jonni Darkko that has obnoxious background buzz. (just adjust the frequency using the Equalizer which has 10 frequency slide buttons.)

So, you could say, I like music a lot with my porn.


Wow, you put a lot of time in post-post-production on your porn. I must that admit that I'm sometimes disheartened at the seeming lack of post-production work done on some porn videos. I know profit margins are narrow and they are trying to kick the content out of the door, but sometimes simple things like removing the background buzz you mentioned seems like it should be reflexive.

When adding wholly new music (rather than splicing / duplicating the video's own music) do you have a genre or style that you prefer?

I personally avoid vocals in any language I can understand as it tends to distract a bit from the content if I'm watching the porn for any form of erotic interest. From an intellectual curiosity standpoint, watching a gangbang scene scored with Louis Armstrong hits can be rather entertaining though pretty un-erotic as a result. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-08-12  08:56pm - 749 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - #7
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


I do not have any online, but I could email you something if I had an idea what taste you use. If your cool with emailing me drop me and email and next week after things slow down I'll take a look and see what I got.


Thanks! Email sent.

In regards to "an idea what taste you use", if you are referring to my musical tastes I listen to just about anything. A professor once described me as having the most eclectic musical tastes of any person he'd ever known. I often listen to Pandora on Shuffle, which currently includes my following custom stations:

Asylum Street Spankers Radio: A bit country, a lot folksy and sort of psycho-billy, a lot satire in a Tom Lehre-esque way but with a bit less rhyming. Features other artists like Bradley N. Litwin and Austin Lounge Lizards.

Blossom Dearie Radio: She was a pop jazz singer who was popular mostly in the 50s and 60s. Other popular female jazz singers from the era also show up on the station, like the great Nina Simone.

Boswell Sister Radio: They're sort of like the Andrew Sisters, but older and better, very popular in the 30s. This station is mostly designed to highlight female close-harmony singing, so it also features content by the Puppini Sisters and others (including some of the Andrew Sisters too of course).

Brazilian Girls Radio: Electronic Dance music with vocals with a lot of multi-cultural fusion - tango, chanson, house, reggae, lounge, et cetera. The female lead sings in multiple languages. Features content also from Pacha Massive, Thievery Corporation and others.

Cassandra Wilson Radio: She is a current Jazz vocalist and the station features other good current female Jazz vocalists like Connie Evingson, Ingrid Lucia, Diana Krall, et cetera.

Crooner Radio: I made this station to play Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Bobby Darin and the rest of the other classic Crooners. Dean Martin is still by far the best in my opinion (and far superior to the much adored Sinatra).

Don Omar Radio: Don Omar is a big figure in Reggaeton and this station basically features hits in that category. Also features AKWID, Hector 'El Father', Daddy Yankee and others.

Gotan Beat Reactor: Your standard ethnically influenced house music station seeded from Gotan Project, Balkan Beat Box and Juno Reactor plus others like C-Mon & Kypski (possibly the best of the group).

I Monster Radio: I ran across this group through the movie Shawn of the Dead and ran out and bought their 2003 album, Neveroddoreven. They are a British electronic music group and are rather all over the map, even more so than C-Mon & Kypski. About all you can guarantee from their music is that it will be electronically manipulated. Consequently this station is rather far reaching with featured bands like Jem and Portishead.

Lila Downs Radio: She is one of my favorite Mexican-American musicians who does a lot of music that is heavily inspired by her Mexican routes, but she is writing new music not just performing traditional songs. Her song writing suffered for a while after she had beaten her alcoholism (as twisted as that sounds but it is true) but she is back and as good as ever! The station also features music from the great, depressing and sadly quite late Lhasa de Sela as well as the lively Manu Chao and more.

Marianne & Clare Radio: Featuring a mix of Marianne Faithfull and Clare Fader, artists with similar style yet separated by a generation. Both are accomplished song writers and both have a sense of humor that meshes well with a strange tone of sadness and disillusion the pervades their work. Not as saddening as Lhasa's work, but oddly depressed none-the-less.

Rachid Taha Radio: The Algerian singer is a living legend in France and always provides a wonderful mix of Arabic influenced pop-rock-punk-electro music.

Symphony No. 7 Radio: My newest station, replacing my old Orchestral station that was featuring too many pieces written for quartets or simply the piano, this station is not surprisingly named for Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in A that I previously mentioned. Features work by Sergey Prokofiev, Gustav Holst, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Hans Werner Henze, Georges Bizet, Hector Berlioz and many, many more.

Th' Legendary Shack Shakers Radio: My Psycho-Billy channel, featuring mostly Th' Legendary Shack Shakers (my favorite band in the genre) but also a healthy dose of Dog Fashion Disco to really mix things up a bit (I have no idea what genre they'd fit into, especially with all of their pageantry).

In short, if you name a genre I probably can name a few favorite artists of mine that fit into it. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-07-12  09:52pm - 750 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - #3
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


I actually do and create some scores from scratch too, depends on video but can be fun. I have edited the pictures and videos to include my music so took it a step over but still the same idea, geees I thought only I did that LOL


Awesome! If you have any of your music uploaded anywhere, I'd love to be check it out "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-07-12  09:49pm - 750 days More on external drives.... (92 Posts) - #91
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Originally Posted by turboshaft:


Just spitballin' here, but did you reformat the drive when you first got it?

I haven't bought a Western Digital in a while but I seem to remember them being one of those brands that includes some bullshit backup/recovery program automatically installed. Though I honestly don't think this would affect speed but anything's possible.


That's a good point - also if for some bizarre reason it is FAT-32 instead of NTFS, that would cause for some speed loss.

I don't think anyone asked, but I think we are all assuming that the drive is 7200 RPM - that is correct, yes? If it is 5400 RPM, then that is why it is so slow. Similarly, if it isn't native USB 2.0 or 3.0, but instead USB 1.1 or lower, then that will also be a reason for it to be slow. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-07-12  08:32pm - 750 days More on external drives.... (92 Posts) - #88
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Originally Posted by Micha:


Mounting? Where? How?


Cybertoad will have to correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this sums it up for Windows 7:

Control Panel -> System and Security -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management -> Storage -> Disk Management

You should see your external listed under something like "Disk 3" with the descriptor "Removable" underneath it. Then you can right click on it and select "Change Drive Letters and Paths..." and click "Add" and select an empty folder on one of your main NTFS disks to link the drive to.

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11-07-12  08:04pm - 750 days Porn Viewing Music (15 Posts) - Original Post - #1
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Porn Viewing Music

I've rekindled an old hobby of mine that I used to apply to Cartoons and instead have been trying it out on porn. The hobby was simply this: Selecting music from whatever source and then listening to it while watching muted video from a very different source.

The oldest example may be all the folks (myself included) who have listened to Pink Floyd's album, Dark Side of the Moon (played twice), while watching The Wizard of Oz. While the idea that it was designed to be listened in such a ritual is absolute bollocks, it does match up nicely rather frequently. The secret, of course, is that humans as natural pattern recognizers will find music matching up well with damn near anything they are watching as long as it changes movement frequently.

I used to watch the Cartoon Network with the sound off and play various CDs I had around. My favorite at the time was to listen to Sex Mob's album Solid Sender (example track) while watching Tom & Jerry. Frankly, Tom & Jerry had enough good visual rhythms that would change and then return that it worked great with many different albums.

This turned toward porn recently as I was watching some of X-Art's videos and Hegre-Art's massage videos and was somewhat annoyed when they'd occasionally start out with relaxing ambient music and then turn it off halfway through. So I started muting the videos and then loading up my Ambient station on Pandora and watching them that way.

After that, I started messing about more with different music and watching how it changed the viewing experience. I was recently very entertained by watching four Facial cumshot compilation videos simultaneously (one in each corner of the screen) while listening to Beethoven's Symphony #7 in A, Opus 92:2, Allegretto as performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra while conducted by Georg Solti. (Here is Georg Solti performing it with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.) It adds such import and power to the video that it really changes the experience. I found it both humorous and awe-inspiring simultaneously. I'm planning on trying out other music soon, maybe works by Ennio Morricone...

Anyway, does anyone else mess around with listening to music while viewing porn? Any interesting combinations? Experiences? Et cetera? "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-07-12  07:36pm - 750 days Anyone watching VideoBox on their TV? (14 Posts) - #7
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Originally Posted by messmer:


Don't you know that real men don't read manuals!


Haha, yeah I also anticipated that reaction, but it sort of had to be said - or maybe not since everybody is accurately anticipating everyone else's reactions?


Originally Posted by messmer:


One neat thing I have already discovered is that I can play all my HD movies through a memory stick (wmv a possible exception?). Super, since I download mostly mp4! My next purchase will be a stick with tons of memory and then ta heck with VB, Mister, I can always play my favorite HD scenes this way!


That finally seems to be getting more and more common! I can't tell you how many TVs and Blu-Ray players I've run across with the USB input that can only play photos from the stick - talk about useless! "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-07-12  07:32pm - 750 days Leaving modems on 24/7 Off Topic (9 Posts) - #5
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Yup, I agree, Energy Conservation issues aside, leaving electronics (without moving parts) running all the time is probably the best thing for them.

That doesn't mean you shouldn't restart them upon occasion. For computers running Windows it is crucial to restart them regularly (once a day is a good idea) as the OS is designed to a lot of file system cleanup during shutdown.

However, restarts can help any electronic item that uses even basic software - I restart my cable modem about every 1 to 2 months, usually when I notice any sort of strange behavior in the download/upload speeds. Amusingly, it is usually my router, not the modem, that is the culprit, but both benefit reboots from time-to-time. A reboot doesn't cool down the system significantly, so you aren't endangering the electronics due to expansion/contraction. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-06-12  10:32pm - 751 days Election Day - Go Vote (26 Posts) - #10
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Not to be political or anything but...


YAY!!!!!!!!!


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11-06-12  03:11pm - 751 days Anyone watching VideoBox on their TV? (14 Posts) - #3
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Originally Posted by messmer:


Does anyone here look at VB material on their TVs without a special box or game system? And how do you do that?


If your TV has a built in browser that can handle flash you could probably browse over to the site and watch it that way. Otherwise you'll have to be able to download Video Box's app onto the TV, and I'm not sure that is possible, depends on the particular TV model probably. Gotta crack open the dreaded manual for the absolute answer to that question me thinks.

As Cybertoad said, using an HDMI out on your video card is a very easy way to do it. Also, some of the Roku style boxes are super cheap now, so you could go that route anyway. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-06-12  03:06pm - 751 days A new twist to liven up a party (8 Posts) - #8
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Originally Posted by Ed2009:


What's "the garter thing"?


Whoops, sorry - I didn't notice this post earlier.

Originally Posted by Khan:


My understanding of "the garter thing" is based on the two weddings that I attended where it happened.

It would seem brides often wear a blue garter. This fits the "blue" part of "something borrowed something blue ..." w/out messing up her (usually) all white theme. The groom removes the garter (with some fan-fare) and tosses it to a waiting crowd of (in the weddings I attended) the eligible bachelors in attendance. It's supposed to be the male equal of the bride tossing the bridal bouquet ... indicating the next bachelor to be wed.

I seem to recall this was done at the beginning of the reception rather than at the church itself. But that just goes to show how even traditions change from wedding to wedding.


This is about spot on to what I was talking about, though I will translate the very discreet and tactful wording of "with some fan-fare" that Khan used.

What that means is that the new husband (as yes, it is at the after wedding reception) shoves his head under his bride's dress and removes the garter with his teeth. You must remember that this is performed with the bride sitting on a chair in the middle of the empty dance floor with the idiotic DJ goading the groom on and playing "sexy" music, while the bride and groom's family watch on (in abject horror in some cases). It really puts the "ass" in classy.

Originally Posted by Khan:


[For What It's Worth], both of the times I participated, the garter hit the ground as no eligible bachelor wanted the damn thing.


I imagine it is only caught if the bride is particularly hot. Or if it has her maid of honor's room key attached to it (hot or not, in that case it won't matter). "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-06-12  02:47pm - 751 days More on external drives.... (92 Posts) - #80
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Originally Posted by turboshaft:


On some models sold in the U.S. the price difference is considerable. The base price of a U.S.-sold 2-door Volkswagen Golf is around $1500 more than the base price of a 4-door gas version. They list the fuel efficiency as being 6-10 mpg better but I'd bet the price difference would turn people away, as well as the difference at the pump.

Still I think there are a lot of compact to midsize cars in the U.S. that would be great with diesel engines. Like all of the Golf's competitors, plus all the small SUVs, crossovers, and if they ever return to the states, small pickups as well.


I was thinking of the price difference at the pump, but you are right, they do like to charge considerably more for the diesel car models too. Probably because of the turbo-chargers... Worth it though, if you plan on keeping your car around for more than a few years. I sort of expect to see a return of diesels to the U.S. market, but that depends a bit on how well these new pure-electric cars do. If the Nissan Leaf and its ilk take off, the demand for diesels may never appear.

Originally Posted by turboshaft:


Ford now makes a new model to try and rival Toyota's legendary Hilux (also of Top Gear infamy), including offering two diesel options, but it is unlikely to be sold in the U.S. anytime soon. Hey, whatever happened to free trade?


Along same lines, why can't I buy a Toyota Hilux in the states? I don't want a damned Tacoma! (I know it is just a name badge, but it matters, damn it!) "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-06-12  01:23pm - 751 days Adult Show ! (5 Posts) - #4
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I lost interest when the AVN Expo went all PG-13. It is a porn expo and there no nudity? wtf?

CeBit, the annual IT expo in Hannover Germany, has models wandering around in body paint and topless models showing off hot tubs and other random things. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-06-12  10:27am - 751 days More on external drives.... (92 Posts) - #74
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Originally Posted by Capn:


I'll stick to my old Audi A2
3cyl Turbo Diesel 1.4
Aluminium body

90,000+ miles. Still gives a lively performance & 58mpg.

Cap'n.


Diesel engine and aluminum body? That sucker could see 500,000 miles!

My Toyota Camry has neither advantage and is nearing the 300,000 mile mark

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11-06-12  10:25am - 751 days More on external drives.... (92 Posts) - #73
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Originally Posted by Ed2009:


I found myself feeling pleased last week that petrol had dropped back down to �1.337 per litre (If my maths is correct, that's US$8.10 per US gallon).

The press here are (hopefully erroneously) predicting that petrol here will cross �2 per litre by the end of 2013 (about US$12 per gallon).

I'm not sure I've seen a Prius in real life. If they are around, they are few and far between.


Prii are a dime a dozen here in the states - they went from being rare to being everywhere in a just a few years.

I'm always shocked that so many people have cars in the UK with the high gas prices and the insanely high insurance fees, not to mention the congestion charges and so on. I know gas prices are subsidized in the US, but $8 a gallon is simply bonkers - let alone $12. Around me it is $3.85 a gallon, or 0.63 a liter, and I still consider that expensive. Then again, the US has a shite mass transit system, so unless that gets fixed, it is good that gas and cars are cheap. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-06-12  10:16am - 751 days Election Day - Go Vote (26 Posts) - #3
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Originally Posted by Khan:


If we don't vote, we lose the right to complain.


Truer words have rarely been spoken.

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11-05-12  10:37pm - 752 days More on external drives.... (92 Posts) - #70
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Originally Posted by turboshaft:


Didn't Top Gear address this a few years ago (since they have an hilariously endless list of complaints for the Prius, as well as its drivers)? They drove a Prius balls-to-the-wall around a track, followed by a BMW with a considerably bigger, non-hybrid engine (might have been diesel though) at the same speed, and the BMW achieved better fuel efficiency.


Haha, yeah they did, and it is true, if you thrash a Prius around like it is an M3, it is going to perform horribly and get terrible gas mileage. Plus you'll get outrageous amounts of understeer. That said, if you treat it gingerly and carefully, it will reward you more than any normal gasoline car will. Driving style really, really matters when you are looking for extremes.

Originally Posted by turboshaft:


And not to sound like too much of an ass, but I rarely see Priuses (Prii? ) driven as if fuel efficiency is the goal. Granted, here in LA the city uses them for meter maids, where short, low speed trips are ideal for an engine that shuts off when it idles too long, but private citizens seem to treat it like a lozenge-shaped sports car.


People drive them at insanely high speeds, apparently entirely oblivious as to how air resistance works. I've seen many a Prius pass me at 75+ mph on the highway; they might as well pour a gas can on the highway. (BTW: According to Wikipedia, the plural is officially Prii.) I think this comes down to people not actually doing the research when they buy a car and instead buying the car in an emotional and uninformed state - which is of course ideal for marketers. Most Prius owners seem to be buying one as a statement about their ideals and beliefs, not because they want a low fuel bill. So they run off and drive the cars like complete wankers, not realizing how much they are playing the fool.

Originally Posted by turboshaft:


Personally, I'd rather have a midsize fully diesel engine for the economy and the extreme long life. Sadly diesel engines outside of steroidal pickups seem to be practically unconstitutional here in the U.S.


For the longest time, the old, big Mercs were the only diesel sedans you could find in the States. I think the fuel sipping nature of diesels is slowly being communicated to the masses, so more are showing up, but they really are few and far between. Many car manufacturers don't bother building or importing them here. Plus, the high price of Diesel fuel seems to turn off some people, but when you are getting 90 mpg it really makes up for that price difference. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-02-12  08:12pm - 755 days Anyome use this billing company yet ? (11 Posts) - #2
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DHD Media's security logos on the bottom of the page appear to be fake. VeriSign no longer uses that logo since they were bought by Symantec - now the logo should be listed as Norton Secured by Verisign. Plus clicking on it should send you to the VeriSign (now Symantec) site to verify that the SSL security has been checked and verified as secure. Plus, the logo should be hosted on Verisign's site - not on DHD Media's server.

DHD Media may not be a complete scam, but the certainly aren't paying for all the security that they are advertising on their front page. Their pages are certified by a real and verified Trustwave certificate, however, Trustwave might not be the most reputable company. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-02-12  07:53pm - 755 days Do you ever watch porn on your phone? (50 Posts) - #50
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


I use voice activates software now at times I can open, search and play a porn title without ever touching the pc


What voice recognition software are you using? I've messed around with Dragon NaturallySpeaking awhile back (Version 7) and I know Windows 7 has some sort of voice recognition integrated into it, but I haven't played with it at all. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-02-12  07:50pm - 755 days Do you ever watch porn on your phone? (50 Posts) - #49
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Originally Posted by hodayathink:


Does it really matter what you look like when the only time you'd actually be using it when you're at home by yourself? In my opinion, the annoying part of the bulk is that it becomes uncomfortable to wear after a while, supposedly.


They are often marketed to businessmen and other frequent flyers and all try to make some sort of appeal to aesthetic - most fail sadly, in my opinion. At any rate, if you are looking for a highly mobile method of viewing high resolution video, it seems to be a problem if you also feel really silly sitting around watching it in a public venue. I suppose some folks might use them at home for 3D viewing capability, but at home systems have a ton of possible 3D solutions. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-02-12  04:21pm - 755 days Do you ever watch porn on your phone? (50 Posts) - #46
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Originally Posted by messmer:


yeah, that could be a neat idea: "a hundred inch HD picture at ten feet" sounds just about right. I had best start saving now!


I love the idea of the video goggles, but they always are so ridiculous looking. You think you'll be chilling with a Georgi LaForge style sleek visor, but in reality they are enormous and bulky - basically only Asian women or German men can make wearable electronics look cool - this includes bluetooth headsets.

Google is working on an Augmented Reality HUD called Project Glass that would superimpose information over your view of the real world as is relevant. It looks damn sleek but is a far cry from display HD video. Perhaps its development will eventually lead to sleeker video goggles, who knows? One can only hope. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-02-12  09:50am - 756 days A new twist to liven up a party (8 Posts) - #3
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They should do that at weddings, it is about as classy as the garter thing.

Pretty funny for a karaoke bar though, I must admit. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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11-01-12  03:59pm - 756 days Do you ever watch porn on your phone? (50 Posts) - #44
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Originally Posted by messmer:


I simply get no joy out of watching ANYTHING on a small screen and can't see, for the life of me, how anyone would want to do anything with one of those super phones, except .. well ... phone!.


Well it sounds like portable media is never going to be your cup of tea, unless you get a wearable display perhaps. 'Course, those are wee bit expensive. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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10-31-12  09:21pm - 757 days Upcoming Movie Thread (1202 Posts) - #926
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


Yea we can leave that duty to our politicians


And they'll be happy to tell you how they did, in elaborately vague language, punctuating each exciting scene with their opponent's failings! I'm so glad that November 7th is less than a week away... "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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10-31-12  09:19pm - 757 days Do you ever watch porn on your phone? (50 Posts) - #41
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


One would do better to used a portable dvd player with usb port.


That is soooo 2005.

Portable porn viewing in 2012 is best suited to the tablet. All of the tablets use IPS displays, so you have much wider viewing angle than any portable DVD player I've ever seen, plus you could store and access your porn via cloud storage or just stream movies from your favorite porn site. Plus, all of the tablets are more than light enough to hold one-handed. The new iPad can play movies for over 10 hours straight, even with its insanely high resolution Retina display - I think that is more than enough portable porn time. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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10-31-12  10:51am - 757 days Upcoming Movie Thread (1202 Posts) - #924
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I hope the new Star Wars movies don't try to be so damned epic and instead focus on smaller characters with smaller stories. Not every Star Wars movie needs to be about saving the universe.

I'm also glad to see Lucas passing the reins to someone else - I think the awesomeness of "A New Hope" was good writing, not directing. Hopefully Disney keeps the movies a bit edgy (I'm thinking of the Han Solo character here) and doesn't, well, Disney-fy them too much. "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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10-31-12  06:55am - 758 days Another year, another Hurricane ... off topic (33 Posts) - #28
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Originally Posted by Denner:


The most important is life and health...


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10-30-12  02:12pm - 758 days Questions without answers! (23 Posts) - #24
Toadsith (48)
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Haha, yeah, those are tough questions to answer. Maybe when Psychology matures into unequivocally "hard science", like the transition that Sociology is being forced through right now, then some of those questions will be answered. Give them a few hundred years. Somebody will figure it out "I'm not a number, I'm a free man!" Updated Link with Live Video filmed in Copenhagen in 1967 !

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