After a long, strange weekend, I find myself with an LCD HDTV, an ATI HDTV Wonder and a new, super-duper video card to push all those pixels to the display. Unfortunately, my MCE's OTA HDTV guide listings are only ~60% correct. This is especially bad since exactly one channel broadcasts HDTV 24/7 and it's one that doesn't have any
listings. And it's the one that I want record.
If you're in the same boat and haven't found it already, TitanTV
is the HDTV TV guide I've been using. The guide lists both the name of the channel, as well as its UHF and <whatever the other number is>. For example it lists both 47 (UHF) and 11-1 (the other one) for WTTW-D. This is helpful for when I want to record something.
 Over The Air. I don't actually watch
much TV, so I can't exactly justify paying Mr. Cable Man another $90/mo for HDTV cable. The HDTV Wonder lets me pull 10-15 HDTV channels out of the air (like magic!), complete with Dolby 5.1 surround sound. Amazing stuff.
I'm convinced that Amazon.com employs an elite team of writers to pepper product reviews with bits of parody. Here's just one classic example, a review for a wireless keyboard
Now when I want to email an internet communication I can do it without my lap in wires, thanks to Logic Tech! I am on the line alot and always want to shoot an email or download the internet and having to sit so close to the Monitor causes impotence in mice, I have discovered through reading, but this problem is cooly averted with this device of "Wireless Freedom"!! Avoiding the health concerns of the future is my #1 priority and I hope to have a familiy some day to carry traditions, and avoiding online internet email health problems is the "key" to my hopes and fears, because you cannot have a Family if your mice are impotent. Wireless is the way to go! Go Logic Tech!
has been sitting on my hard drive for a while, so I threw it up on the website.