Thursday, January 05, 2006

TiVo: The Saga Continues...

So, I've now had TiVo for a little while and I can already say I'm a total convert. Commercials are for the poor and underpriviledged who can't afford the Glory Of TiVo. Broadcast schedules are something that "happen to other people".

I'm already trying to sort out how to keep up with the content I've asked my dear little DVR to deliver to me. Tonight, Mr. Scoop and I watched an excellent documentary on the evolution of the Hong Kong style martial arts movie. We also watched what turned out to be a so-so short film showcase that opened with a 25 minute opus of what can happen when Furries who live with their mothers go horribly, horribly wrong. At this very moment, Mr. Scoop is trying to erase the memory of the film with hard liquor, an Exacto knife and a dream. The dream is to find the address of the director of the movie.

Because I'm already having to make hard decisions about what to keep and what to delete, it is with great joy that I was informed about weaKnees.com by John Rogers over at Kung Fu Monkey. weaKnees.com is a site that provides the materials to upgrade your TiVo. Want a TiVo that will let you record 900 hours of TV? You can get it there! They also have accessories. They carry a remote control by Harmony that I'm totally in lust for. Sure, it might be overkill for my home theatre system but...who cares?

All praise the Glory Of TiVo!

3 comments:

Dave Morris said...

Before long, you will want to turn off the "Tivo Suggestions" feature. I did, it kept recording movies which featured midgets and whipped cream. My entire hard drive was full before I knew it.

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