I love showing off my collection to all who enter my domain!
I was just gonna take a photo of mine but then i looked at it and it's a bit embarrassing, all documentaries Oo
Notice there's not one surf dvd
Awesome is now a non-word. Outrageous leads the day.
Hey you, sukiesnow. You are up late
Yes...and in a mood. ;)
A wink and a smile!
What, pray tell, mood are you in?
Not a good one. How about you?
I am, and have been, feeling a bit disconnected. A bit of a disappointment, too. And i am way too far along in this life to be.
Working on overcoming it.
Isn't disconnection a good sign? Like a step towards enlightenment?
Maybe, but the process is grueling.
I was wondering where we're up to with that :)
Either outrageous or stunning. I figure stunning might lead the day. Plus it's a great word...and fits into a lot of categories. And it is comprised of 2 syllables, same as awesome.
You are right! I'm voting for stunning. Stunning is awesome :)
I prefer everything digitized and cataloged by genre and title. We had the opportunity to copy all the music we wanted during one of my deployments and I ended up with 185 gig/44,000 songs. Over the years, I've grown my movie collection to about 3,000 movies so the space it would take to have all that junk on shelves, and then trying to find a particular movie would be a pain in the butt. (If anyone wants any of it, I can just copy it to some USB drives. Then I don't have to worry about never getting it back.)
Alright, please explain the difference.
A digital library is basically scanned DVD's that are converted to playable files that you can store on your computer's hard drive. Like the way you can either get a music CD or have the music as a file on your computer or ipod etc like an MP3.
You can actually now store hundreds of movies on a single portable hard drive, but as Janet was saying, she prefers the physical DVD's, most likely because she likes the cover, the artwork etc and holding the medium as opposed to just clicking a file name on her computer :)
You are right, it's why you have to have it backed up into another drive, preferably two backups. DVDs and CDs fail eventually, and so do paper photos so they all need to be backed up too. It's a lot of work to keep it all safe, whatever medium you use.
The thing I like most about have a CD or DVD is the extras that are added and the artwork etc. what I like most about having a digital copy is being able to carry my entire music collection on my phone when I travel to listen anywhere. It's also great for driving as. I don't have to change CDs or worry about them being damaged in the car.