yeah, people said that about CDs when they first came out too. Eventually, cassette tapes died. Then there was DVD, and eventually video cassettes died. At some point DVDs will die and Blu-Ray will own the market until the next best thing comes out.
Both formats are just a stop gap until downloadable media is worked out, I doubt either would have the shelf life that dvd's have had. On Demand type services will be the future, it's too expensive to really take off yet, but so is bluray for that matter.
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Originally Posted by joefrog
I will admit, I am to blame in sometimes making mountains out of molehills.
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