Free DVD Cloning Software | Amazing! | Friday Fun
A bit of a “grab bag” for you today – enjoy.
Let’s get started, shall we?..
• The folks at BDlot wrote me and informed me that they have released a new, upgraded version of their flagship, all-in-one DVD backup software, and to help promote it, are having a giveaway.
Our newly-upgraded BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate 3.0.
In addition to maintaining abilities of burning DVD and backing up DVD as ISO image/Video_TS Folder/MPEG2 file, BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate 3.0 presents two new functions: directly write Video_TS folder and ISO image to DVD, and emulate virtual DVD drive to mount ISO image. This more comprehensive version helps users to:
- Realize the direct backup of DVD to blank DVD disc, DVD to ISO image, DVD to Video_TS folder, ISO image to DVD and Video_TS folder to DVD without help of any third party program.
- Conveniently access programs, game and system software that are published as ISO image files; and use ISO file repeatedly in a faster and more efficient way.
- Freely use up to 23 DVD virtual drives emulated in their computer.
Your readers are welcome to see more giveaway information on http://www.bdlot.com/giveaway/. Use free license BU-TTTDYZYG-GMFGEP to activate it before Oct 20, 2011.
• Today I received a flyer from my preferred gizmo and gadget store (Micro Center). In it, I saw a 2TB hard drive being advertised for $70, and once again, I had to say “wow”, shake my head, and – once again – appreciate Moore’s Law.
I remember the days when the idea of fitting two terabytes on a single drive was an idea roughly comparable to flapping your arms and flying to sun – never happen – and giant 20 Gigabyte drives cost almost as much as a used car…
(I wrote on this some time ago now. Did you see it? A trip back to the land of Mega)
• Friday Fun videos have become a bit of tradition around here.
• Quote of the day: “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” ~ commonly attributed to Benjamin Franklin
The weekend’s almost here.. and it’s a gorgeous day here in the Silicon Valley.. yay!
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