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  1. A lot of music containing samples has licensing deals which were written before the like of digital downloads and only cover physical media. De la Soul have issues with re-releasing their back catalogue, here's a news story about it: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-37020559
  2. I used the code printed on the address label that came with the mag and it definitely states "12 issues for £12!" I did see the 12 weeks for £12 offer somewhere else, but this isn't it. When I log in to manage my account it now says: Wireframe magazine 12 issue VIP offer Auto renew - UK
  3. Got mine, it's a bit dry in places and feels in places like it's trying to emulate the Edge style of writing, that isn't to say it feels like a pastiche or is badly written but it just needs to develop its own character. The development sections seem a bit off, maybe it'll find its feet after a few issues. I wasn't 100% sold but have gone for the 12 copies for £12 offer because it's worth the risk. Good luck to all involved.
  4. cubik

    What is spinning on your turntable?

    Np pics to back this up but today I'm playing two new album releases: Suspiria Soundtrack (pink vinyl) by Thom Yorke Diagrams by Paul Smith plus an assortment of 7 different 12" Techno/dance/electronic singles I got in the Juno 99p sale the other day. It's been a good week for music!
  5. Thanks for the link, looking forward to seeing the first issue.
  6. cubik

    Top Gear - Series 24

    Poor Chris. Imagine working hard for years in your chosen profession and finally getting your dream job, only to then be essentially demoted and having to work alongside those two scene stealing twats.
  7. cubik

    Top Gear - Series 24

    Fuck me, what a couple of twats. I’m as northern as McGuiness but I hate his “professional northerner” schtick. “Ey up, it’s a bloody reet good car!” It’s one step away from having James Corden in the line up. Rory Reid getting the boot is a shit move too, he’s a good presenter and a real petrol head.
  8. Sounds like you've got the PAL version Have you tried removing the dongle?
  9. I've obviously pissed you off with my (admittedly shite) jokey comment about being one of RCL's finest. Seeing a new user joining just to comment in this thread is a bit odd, but I guess stranger things have happened. Sorry if I've offended you. On with the Vega show though, the Retro Computers site has a minor update about court proceedings. http://retro-computers.co.uk/daily-blog/#20181012 It doesn't give a lot of detail, just the fact that the current silence is at the court's request. I still think it'll all eventually fizzle out with no real outcome.
  10. cubik

    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    The likelihood of it having an ethernet port is similar to the chances of it opening at the top and playing games on 3" CDs
  11. cubik

    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Looks like it's just part of the molding detail, I don't think it's removable.
  12. cubik

    PlayStation 5

    Anyway, my uncle works at Sony and her's got one and it's got wireless VR headsets which look like normal glasses, and it doesn't need an internet connection as it's got the internet built into it.
  13. cubik

    PlayStation 5

    I know, that's why I followed it up with "All tech companies are patenting this type of technology at the minute, doesn't mean it'll be the core of the next gen though."
  14. cubik

    PlayStation 5

    If this is the PS5's biggest selling point, it'll be the first Sony generation I've skipped. All tech companies are patenting this type of technology at the minute, doesn't mean it'll be the core of the next gen though. If streaming is the future (I hope it isn't) then all we would need are FireTV stick type devices that cost about 30 quid plus a controller to play any game.

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