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Thursday, January 09, 2003


Cyber My mom's not exactly a Luddite, but the most high tech thing in her home until last month was the CD player she reluctantly accepted as a gift a very, very long time ago (she loves it, is a huge opera fan). For Christmas, we introduced her to another form of spinning digital media with the help of this cute and well priced little DVD player. She gives it a top review for ease of setup, portability (she likes that she can bring it to her mom's and plug it in there), features and compatibility, though she thinks the remote has too many buttons. She also writes, in a card that reads, "The best things in life aren't things:" "My father built crystal set radios. Now I am operating a DVD!!" I share her wonder in that, and thought you might too.

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