Just need a full list of files
Then I can copy them in to our home PC
5306 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
Thing is Tesco have competitors, I could pop down to Asda and try to park, I could slum it at Sainsburys, drive miles to the other Sainsburys, or pay too much on a long drive to Morrisons.
My local shop is a large supermarket about 1/4 mile away. So I use it.
And come to it I trust Tesco more than the government, as governments can become more authitarian (see Nulab)
I do not actually care if Tesco knows what food I buy, if I was going to buy anything I did not want tracked I would buy elsewhere.
£10 off a tank of fuel is not to be sniffed at just that Tescos know what I buy in THEIR store.
It is not like they have aisles upon aisles of sex toys or anything embarrasing.
Since I am not buying cheap crap alcohol, and ready meals I do not have that embarrasment,
I avoid other tracking, but shopping at Tescos, what can they actually do which adversly effects me?
You forgot more efficient lungs.
But ultimate brain power, mammals come top, great apes, cetaceans, even some carnivores.
Put together top mammal brain, some of the better mammal COLOUR vision, but more importantly the visual cortex to process it, and of course hands, humans will remain top. An I think we will remain at the top unless we wipe ourselves out.
MP3 and rock
I find that never actually works, always sounds off.
Some CDs sound grating at high frequencies.
SACD and DVD-A both sound good, but it is likely the production which helps rather than resolution.
Vinyl still has a place.
People argue to CD quality and they will continue argueing for as long as they are around.
I have a small number of high resolution discs and they do sound good, I don't care about the reason, may be as simple as mastered properly, or may be the higher resolution, I don't really care why, if it sounds better to me it is worth it. There are so many poorly produced CDs around now, it is a minefield trying to buy something listenable.
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