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How DVDs are changing the way we experience TV

By Steven Johnson
May 15, 2005

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FIRST WE HAD ''appointment" television. You blocked out your Thursday nights to watch ''Cosby" and ''Cheers," and stayed in reliably every Wednesday for ''Melrose Place." And then, a few years ago, TiVo helped usher in the age of ''time-shifting." Suddenly, you could watch ''CSI: Miami" any night you wanted, as long as you'd trained your digital video recorder to capture ... (Full article: 1236 words)

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