The Laurel Club was an organization of Connecticut legislative reporters established in 1909. It was formed “To foster cooperation among legislative newspapermen; to promote better government by accurate and fearless reporting; to puncture the overinflated egos of legislators.”
[…] to our friends at The Laurel, Carabeo joins the station from Syracuse, NY-station WSYR. Prior to that, she spent two years […]
Yeah, that’s cllead the “analog hole”. They can’t block that. It includes composite, S-video and component connections.DVI and HDMI are digital and there aren’t really consumer-level receptors for them, anyway. At least not yet: They move huge amounts of data per second. The technology will catch up, though, and the content protection will be broken (and ultimately abandoned). We’re just in annoying transition.