During the Tuesday purchase of the new Star Trek DVD it seemed liked a good idea to purchase the edition with a digital copy of the movie. Based on a naïve presumption the DVD with the digital copy was placed into a laptop computer DVD player at which time a series of digital protection errors occurred. Apparently, the digital copy was nothing more than an expensive piece of silica sporting the Star Trek logo. Maybe the Paramount pictures website will provide some guidance about the problem. However, given the nature of copyright restrictions the system is probably performing normally and the digital copy was nothing more than a novelty gift akin to stuffed animals at a circus carnival.
Amazon decided to deliver the second season of The Big Bang Theory (TBBT) on digital video disc (DVD) earlier this week. Surprisingly the episodes seem to be flying by throughout the morning hours. TBBT should probably be expanded to an hour long format instead of the exceedingly short thirty minute format. For some reason, watching entire marathon seasons of television shows usually leads to procrastination or at least some form of distracted typing.