Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by GravY, Nov 22, 2002.
Sounds cool. This technology could be very good if used responsibly. ..... but who's gonna stop people from burning a backup within 36 hrs :bleh:....
Well from looking at the article, it sounds like there coated in a chemical which reacts with oxygen and covers the disc's surface in an alotted time depending on the concentration rendering it unreadable, I don't like the idea. but if they went up in smoke, now that would be cool.
Wow now that is a hell of a marketingf idea!!!
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I cannot see HOW the technology will be practical for many things though - and it's hardly environmentally friendly.
The cost of producing and delivering are it's biggest weakness, in areas such as "the DVD rental you don't have to take back" - and also the wastage factor!
Dup dvd??? Virtual cd.. iso ummm anyone else got ideas to bypass this??
i just find it amazing how everyone is in ooh and ahh even though the company that develped this announced it like 8 months ago heh
Why pay an extra 50 cents when you can just throw it away and clog up the landfills with a cheap "self-destructive DVD?"
Who needs one rental viewed by hundreds? When we could have hundreds viewed by a few?
Our society is disgusting.
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