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Posted 9/3/07
i say PSP is a better portable media device because so far, even though it really holds up to 4GB on a memory stick, the files it saves arent that big. it has internet access, games with infrastructure options, downloadable music, videos, pictures and files.
Posted 9/3/07
theres an FM radio attachement for the PSP. whats the difference between the PSP games and the Cowen A2 games?
Posted 9/3/07
PSP comes with USB cables and you can get a portable hard drive for it two.
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Posted 9/3/07
im not a tech buff, but if i had to pick id go with Archos AV500

why? well i hear theres like a little spy camera attachement and..... just use ur imagination there
Posted 9/3/07

mushroomjay wrote:

I suppose I should up the debate a notch. : P

The Cowon A2 has a battery life of:
18 hours of audio, 10 hours of video, and 24 hours of idle time.
Viewing of .jpg, .png, and .bmp images.
Viewing of .txt files, so if you want; you can read some books on your down time.

Many video playback features such as:
Speed or slow-play at: 2x, 4x, 8x, or 16x.
High-quality video.
Video resolution resizing software comes with the Cowon.
Soft-subtitle selection
30 Frames Per Second video.


i cant top that, but i still like my PSP, very handy.
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Posted 9/3/07
i googled Cowon A2 and no detachable battery? tsk tsk
Posted 9/3/07
lol funny jay. anyway, next comparison, how about....Xbox360 and PS3? just a thought......
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Posted 9/3/07
o skygod, u must know jay's a big ps3 fan, u gonna get him all riled up

Posted 9/3/07
next debate. Buddha versus Confutias.
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Posted 9/3/07
Just want to say that this is a good idea. This can help minimize a lot of the versus threads that pop up randomly everywhere.

Confuciansim can be considered more acceptable as it deals with practical wisdom and snippets from life that we can easily relate to. Though Buddha is truly enlightening as well, people may not be as open to it since it is, mainly, a religious belief. However, it can be countered that Confucianist beliefs form up what is known as Taoism, but for what it is worth, the basic tenants of Confucianism seem to hold more acceptance to the typical aetheist as would religious ideals like that portrayed in Buddhism would.
Posted 9/3/07
i thought confucianism and doaism were completely different and that they are both religions.
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Posted 9/3/07
I may not be aware of the specifics, but Taoism has some ideals that mirror Confuciansim. As for the term, I use the term to refer to the tenants and teachings of Confucius. Sorry, if it is confused with the religion.
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Posted 9/4/07

skygod333 wrote:

i thought confucianism and doaism were completely different and that they are both religions.


i no this topic suppose to die already......
just so that people no....confucianism is not a religion......altho it has the same basic structure of a religion....its actually a teaching.....
many third world country consider confucianism a religion......but its not....
its confusing if ur go into detail but.....dont get teaching and religion confuse..

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Posted 9/4/07
^there's also a difference between daoism and Taoism. and confucianism is a philosophical ideal, not a religion. While there are some people out there that treat it as a religion, since confusious (sp) decided to make a few predictions.

My idea for a topic of debate:

Philosophy versus Psychology

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