Another recent BluRay purchased to replace a flipper DVD, and the second Scorsese film in a row.
What more can I say about it? If you’ve seen it already you know how good it is, if you haven’t seen it you need to rectify that omission immediately.
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a. President – Committee Recommendation:- Richard Wood Esq.
Apparently they do.
The DVD drive in this Lenovo laptop is fairly noisey, which is pretty annoying when you’re trying to watch DVDs on it.
I should have ripped them to the HD first.
Haggis, neeps, and tatties. You can’t beat it.
Another excellent film from Scorsese, and this BluRay version is helped by not being a flipper like my DVD.
In the interests of experimentation, I’ve encrypted the hard drive of my big laptop using TrueCrypt, partly to see how it works, and partly because I’m doing the ISEB Certificate in Information Security Management Principles course next week so I ought to start practicing what I’ll be preaching. So far the fact that the drive is encrypted doesn’t seem to affect the operation of the machine at all.
We already use SafeBoot aka McAfee Endpoint Encryption at work for it’s centralised management, but I’m somewhat underwhelmed by it, each new version seems to be slightly worse than the previous one.
For the first time in ages I’ve cooked a huge amount of Chili, although after tasting it I think I may have overdone the Tabasco a touch…
That’s “Downfall” for the germanically challenged. Popularised by many a viral-video on the interweb, it covers the last days of Hitler in his bunker in Berlin.
I’m sat watching Planet Earth on Blu-ray and it looks absolutely superb. This is what Blu-ray was made for, and a bargain at just under £20 for 5 discs.
After several weeks of confinement, I’ve let Mulder and Scully out of the house again. I wonder if they’ll disappear for several months like last time?