> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41rivol-cxQ
> Maybe I'm becoming an old fogey, but I remember a day when we called those things
> "videos", and things written in text "articles".
> Also, his gripe with the "Philips CD-i console" is wildly inaccurate. CD-i was a
> minimum hardware specification, it was not a specific console itself, much the same
> as the 3DO was later: numerous hardware vendors could license the specification and
> make compatible players for that spec. As a result, while I'm sure a CD-i player or
> two suffers from this issue, it's patently false to say that this is something that
> affects the CD-i platform as a whole.
> Furthermore, "the timekeeper chip is just a simple watch battery that needs
> replacing"? The hell? I mean I know that Larry has never really concerned himself
> much with accuracy, but damn.
AFAIK most of the problems of the CD-i came from software.