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7 Responses:

  1. Lloyd says:

    I once had the bright idea of showing a locally-generated ad onscreen when you changed channels, in the dead screen time between the output of the first channel and syncing and getting another keyframe on the new channel. I was even more impressed with myself than is usual.

    So I tried to get a patent on it.

    "Ah," the patent attorney said. "it seems Google patented that idea four years ago."

    • Derpatron9000 says:

      Rehabilitation is due, for thinking this is a good idea, never mind trying to patent it.

    • Simon Leinen says:

      Others have had that brilliant(?) idea as well; e.g. Zattoo, one of the early P2P streaming services, who distribute regular old TV channels over IP. (They are still operational here, except like everybody else they later moved to a clown-based distribution model.)
      They call it "buffertainment".

  2. Andreas says:

    Scream McDonald's to resume your daily violence session

  3. Daniel says:

    I don't see what's wrong with this. Anything that gets me back to my game of centrifugal bumble-puppy a few seconds faster is a good thing in my book.

  4. thielges says:

    Free incremental idea: add a saliva detection to verify whether program has reached the reptilian core. Visibly cheerleading the brand can be too easily faked. Better to read the honest glands.

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