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Indian dance in Finland

 


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What was otherwise a lazy afternoon

Casual experiments from vinaydeep on Vimeo


A love song with a difference

a casual experiment working with video . shot in Finland, March 2010


intentionally left blank

“it’s getting boring, and so now we play around”


a different perspective at HD DVD vs Blu-Ray

Reviewers on the internet and myself have already done quite some comparo on the video format wars, and though we already have a clear winner (read Blu Ray), i stumbled upon this nice piece of footage (thanks to some late night browsing) which definitely was interesting.

With some expert commets from Jenna Jameson, “Its like ure actually sitting there and watching the action, its so sharp, so perfect” and other interesting comments like “Video that leaves even less to the imagination”. This is a must see.


under the hood of TataSky

Over lunch a few of us folks discussed about the options for subscribing to television channels in India. TataSky seemed to be a good option with a good mix of channels and moderate initial setup cost of around Rs2499.

On casual online exploration, i happened to stumble upon this review about tatasky. Though the opinion provided seems to be one sided, the author sure does bring to light some very good points one should consider before investing there.

Here is what influences my decision.

1. Does not / sparingly works when it rains. So also consider a contract with the weather God.

2. The Set Top Box (STB) has only composite output. So irrespective of the transmission quality, you know you can never watch HD. I don’t want to have a TV that does Full HD (1080p) and have a STB that will not give me that content even though the provider _might_ offer it in the future. This is _not_ future proof.

3. No Free to Air channel unless you subscribe to the service. TataSky also does not permit repositioning the dish to recieve free to air channels from satellites other than TataSky’s (Insat 4a?)

4. TataSky owns the dish, so once you terminate the contract, off goes your dish and you are left with the STB that can not be used with other DTH providers. Considering the relatively low setup cost, this neednt be a matter of top concern if you think you are going to be a loyal customer for TataSky for a considerable time.

I am still not considering shifting from cable. Probably should wat for IP TV as well, befire makign the final call.


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