Confessions of an HD DVD moron

Jumping on the HD DVD bandwagon was fun for many early adopters--until Blu-ray knocked HD DVD off the road, causing Toshiba's tech to spin out, crash, and burn.

Jumping on the HD DVD bandwagon was fun for many early adopters--until Blu-ray knocked the format off the road, causing Toshiba's tech to spin out, crash, and burn. Those dazed folks still left clutching their brand-new HD DVD high-definition disc players are now scratching their heads saying, "What was I thinking?"

Slate's Josh Levin is one of those format "losers" pondering his HD DVD "D'oh" moment.

Read the story at Slate: "I'm the idiot who bought an HD DVD player"

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    Tito Estrada is a news producer at CNET News. He occasionally blogs on the quirky nature of the Net. E-mail Tito.

     

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