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TiVo hard at work on army of super robots

Someone calling himself David Freeberg sent us this long-form “training video” (aka commercial) for TiVo that suggests the origins of the ad-skipping technology are the stuff of ’70s sci-fi conspiracy. Check out Freeberg’s blog post for more. Judging by the video, while “Project Blue Moon,” as it’s called here, has produced nothing but benign technology, we might expect more frightening machines from TiVo in future.

—Posted by Tim Nudd

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