You might not have noticed that not everything that can be imagined always happens. Yes, I'm ranting this month about new display technologies.
"Time flies." "You can't stop progress." "If you snooze, you lose." Yes, of course I'm ranting this month about the war on piracy.
You might not have noticed that Snell & Wilcox doesn't yet sell television directors. Yes, this will be another rant-and-rave about mobile TV.
You might not have noticed that the first part of Sherlock Holmes's explanation to Dr. Watson gets ignored.
Ah, Las Vegas. Where else would you find a woman's near-naked derriere blown up to about two stories high on the side of a hotel in what's now promoting itself as a family-friendly city?
You might not have noticed that not everyone on TV is fat. Yes, this month's rant is about image shapes. Here's what I mean.
You might not have noticed that objective measurements have gone the way of NTC-7. I ain’t sure if that’s good or bad, but it surely does leave a big hole in equipment specs.
You might not have noticed that Steve Jobs changed his mind. Let me put that another way: You might not have noticed that the most important thing about HDTV is NTSC
You might not have noticed that leeches and maggots have been in federal government news recently. Yes, this month's rant is about Hurricane Katrina and DTV.
You might not have noticed that summer's over. Congress is back in session, and it's time to knuckle down and complete the DTV transition.
You might not have noticed that there are numbers smaller than 13. I point this out because the FCC, Our Beloved Commish, seems to have just made the discovery.
You might not have noticed that a meal of a cheeseburger, fries and a milkshake with a Cheerio is about as heart-healthy as one without. Yes, I'm making a plea here for everyone to shoot HDTV.
You might not have noticed, but my last blather was about a lack of labels on TVs. So on account of inertia being my favorite state, I decided to stay with the label theme in this here column.
You might not have noticed that it's been seven-and-a-half years since the U.S. digital television rules came out. Here are some of the reasons why you might not have noticed:
You might not have noticed that HDTV has higher definition than standard-definition television. I am not making this up.
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