dolby digital music box
please switch the USB-C stick to side 2 to continue playback
double-sided wax cylinder
super long play GBA cartridge
rewritable MP3 file
AC to DC downmixer
losslessly compressed film negative
okay i'll stop
maybe just a few more
FAT32-formatted vinyl LP
HEVC memory stick duo
write protected whiteboard
note: this jpeg is protected by online DRM
funnily enough there's a lot of things like "digitally encoded VHS" or "copy-protected NTSC broadcast" that i'm consciously avoiding because they're actually real
this record supports chapter select
full colour 8-track
LCD to plasma adaptor for 30" television sets
dolby atmos for SNES
your PS1 save games have been encrypted, send us $300 in bitcoin
requires intel or AMD processor with odd numbered firmware version
windows CE NT
volt to amp converter
for use only with DVD players in pennsylvania
quad-layer VHS tape
four sided record
no magenta ink - video will play in black and white
solid state compact cassette
i686 to x86 adapter
toner for e-ink displays
SACD with digital freeze frame
@lynnesbian ...i read that like a bullet calibre, and my brain went "psh I prefer.45acp laserdisc"
@lynnesbian 16gb memory expansion for the commodore vic-20
@lynnesbian yes?? did u want something
@lynnesbian i both love and hate this thread thank u lynne
@lynnesbian coffee for java processors
@lynnesbian it's just a cassette of Jonathan Coulton's album Solid State
@lynnesbian I kinda want to make a solid state compact casette. An SD-card reader, microcontroller, codec, DAC, and magnetic analog interface to the casette player. Power from a generator driven through the tape spool wheel. Control by the casette (fwd, rev, fast forward).
Too much effort and too niche but it would be a lot of fun.
@lynnesbian so pingFS as ram? :p
@lynnesbian you mean resistance?
@lynnesbian this one is real, it's called a resistor
@lynnesbian that one is called a resistor
@lynnesbian Microsoft Bob NT
in the very early days of the transition from black and white to color tv, scammers used to go door-to-door selling these three strips of clear plastic. the bottom strip was light brown, the middle strip was pale pink and the top strip was light blue.
the idea was, you'd tape it up on the black and white screen. and on average, peoples' faces would appear in the middle bit, so they'd be pink.
@Nikolai_Kingsley my dad had one of those :p
@lynnesbian some record players actually had track navigation features! they basically scanned the disc optically to figure out where the track changes were, i think
@00dani i select you to place one smooch upon
@lynnesbian goshie woshies!!
@firstname.lastname@example.org's anti-chud pro-skub instance for funtimes