We have only OTA... In fact, it's more straightforward with OTA because
the tuners used do not have to be cable-specific.
Couple these bad boyz: http://tinyurl.com/jtrx8ao plus a device to
record TV (probably your PC running SageTV) and another to play back
(preferably one of the SageTV little black boxes bought used), and you
are in business.
I don't mean to imply that it is trivial - definitely some learning
curve hours there.... but, in the end, very worthwhile IMHO.
On 1/22/2016 10:44 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Game itself is free. The money stream is either from advertising or
in-app purchases. Some games allow you to buy extra lives, or extra
ammo for a buck or two. While you think that is trivial, the good games
can be installed on tens of millions of phones, notebooks, etc.
That is what Candy Crush is. You can run the game for free but you
have to buy extra candy (or whatever) when you lose. I think you get a
small ration every day for free but, evidently, some people are not
willing to stop when they run out.
I have never actually seen it but my wife knows some CC addicts,
King is just one company among many.
I guess the OP (you?) are just too cool to play a match 3.
Your loss. Some of us appreciate the mindless distraction
and frankly, amazing graphics, sound, artwork, cleverness.
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