Someone please explain this to me (Learner's my best bet I think) - 12/07/05 07:30 AM
Every Sunday I watch the Broncos play, and before the game they always say, "This game available in high definition." Then I say to myself, "I bet that uses a shitload of bandwidth. Why can't I get that for internet?" I don't have a TV, and I don't intend to buy one or pay for cable any time soon. I DO wonder, however, why I can't watch streaming movies on my computer in the max resolution that my monitors handle. All you can really get are those shitty little boxes that fill up like 1/8 of your screen and do snippets. Apparently the bandwidth is there, they sure hook it up for TV...so why not my computer? It bugs me.