Is it time to get a 3D TV? Only you can answer that question (for yourself). The content is certainly coming, and Comcast recently hosted an event in the Seattle area for tech enthusiasts to come and enjoy the three dimensionality of this next-gen form of entertainment.
Having tried the glasses myself, I can tell you that I CAN’T WAIT to see 3D in the home.
Given that I don’t yet have a 3D TV, I can’t really provide an in-depth review of one. However, I expect that the next HDTV I get will be 3D-capable. If you’re going to check out this next picture, make sure you grab your 3D glasses first!
Oh, and do you remember the first 3D movie / TV show you saw?
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I’ve seen this type of discussion come up many times within my community, and in others. When someone breaks a site rule and is “reprimanded” for it, they will often scream about their Freedom of Speech, guaranteed by the United States Constitution. I always get a chuckle out of this. You see, when you join a privately-owned site and agree to abide by their rules, there is no Freedom of Speech. The owners and administrators of said service are well within their rights to tell you what you can – and cannot – discuss on their little corner of the Web. If you don’t like it… well… no one is forcing you to stay there as a member.
This may sound harsh to some of you, and I don’t intend for it to be. I guess I’m trying to remind all of you that common courtesy and a maturity in following rules YOU agreed to when you joined a particular site are far more important than anything else. Anytime I see some ticked off person on Geeks yelling about their Freedom of Speech, my first thought is to ask them what rule THEY broke. I’ve learned over the years that 99% of the time, the upset person in question wanted to push the limits, and discuss something illegal, or otherwise against the rules.
What are your thoughts? Do you believe that the owners of a particular site or service have the final – and likely, ONLY – say in what is and isn’t allowed there?