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  1. Does jpeg lose quality when renamed, copied, saved? Phone camera settings?
  2. Facts about video tape deterioration? (from ikenvideo.com)
  3. Best formats for long-term archiving of data?
  4. ATI's advertising claims regarding the ATI 650 AGC?
  5. Gold vs. Aluminium reflective layer on pressed CDs?
  6. Myth or fact: timebase corrector (frame synchronizer) should always be used?
  7. DV is best to convert VHS? Do you agree with this article?
  8. Myth: Comparisons of Analog and Digital Video Resolution
  9. Hosting-reviews-exposed.com - A Factually Incorrect Nonsense/Rant Blog
  10. Can VHS tapes really degrade in quality over time?
  11. Is Java a bad computer threat?
  12. Digital audio can NEVER equal LP quality? Why not?
  13. Does SEO hosting work? Can multiple C class IP addresses help with rank? (NO!)
  14. Are Sharpie markers safe for writing on CDs and DVDs? (Hint: YES!)
  15. Benefits of SSD vs HDD - solid state drives vs hard drives [Myth]
  16. VGA to S-Video and/or composite video in one handy cable!
  17. How to tell that a media "professional" is a clueless twit
  18. Why DVD9 dual layer media for Hollywood, but not consumers?
  19. Is demultiplexing a DVD illegal or controversial?
  20. Green Tune CD-R and the Verbatim "secret sauce"
  21. Another film transfer service... with some questionable advice
  22. Torrent files/clients, useful and/or safe?
  23. Study: Audio recordings of US history fading fast
  24. How does Fox News compare to blank DVD information??
  25. The National Archives are publishing CD/DVD myths! Yikes!
  26. CD / DVD "ink" and disc rot, plus repairing bad discs
  27. Debunking Media Myths, Misinformation & Propaganda - Forum Rules
  28. Most minutes on a DVD? Hard drives last longer than discs?
  29. Is it true that DVD will only look as good as the original tape?
  30. Video Services that Spread Myths to Customers (Hall of Shame)