As Dooku said, lots of money to be had. I was thinking about this today in the shower, (I apparently have way too much time on my hands) how we all have iPods or some other MP3 player.JediCKSL said:Thats the point, once the retailer buys it from him, he's free of them. Twice the Disks, Double the cash (Know which quote a messed with?).
Hey, what a great idea! Keeping all your media with your furnace! I'm gonna go do that right now!DarthFagan said:As George has said soon you will have a big hard drive in your house that is as important as your furnace that will hold all you music, photos, and movies.
Cassette tapes? don't they belong in museums along with those floppy disk things?JediShua said:I have a little Nat King Cole on my iPod. He first came out on a wax record, then vinyl, then 8 tracks, cassette tapes, cd's, now digitally
I've got that bookmarked already, but good tip for those who don't!ECHO_3 said:Here is a link for you guys to take a look at on the subject
That would be a very George Lucas like move, to snub both formats and just go with direct downloads.DarthColes said:The future IS direct download. Soon DSL will be a lot cheaper as they bring in a lot more services so it will be cheaper to download movies bandwidth wise.
My guess is that in that amount of time the format will be completely different, or at least moving away from HD to something new. That's just the nature of the market.