1st stage loader for IMSAI - need ascii to binary
ploopster at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 03:38:33 CST 2008
Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> On Wednesday 27 February 2008 19:12, Sridhar Ayengar wrote:
>> Andrew Burton wrote:
>>> YouTube doesn't stream. It slowly downloads the flash video files
>>> to the temporary internet files folder where it's usually named
>>> "FlaXX.tmp". The XX is usually a hex number depending on how many
>>> tmp files you have in there. The file is also (99% of the time)
>>> deleted the second you close the page it is linked to.
>>> The good thing is that you can watch the video before it's fully
>>> downloaded. A very good thing if you are on dial-up :)
>> So what is the difference between "streaming" and "downloading a file
>> while being able to view it while downloading"? The second is the
>> definition I usually allow myself when discussing streaming.
> "Streaming" tends to imply no disk cache copy, more like listening to a
> radio station...
What difference does it make where it's being buffered? The behavior of
the process in either case is identical.
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