Michael Gaughn

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Michael Gaughn  |  Sep 21, 2003  |  0 comments
Photo by Tony Cordoza Come with me back to the first days of portable computing, when two now extinct titans named Osborne and Kaypro ruled the land.
Michael Gaughn  |  Mar 25, 2003  |  0 comments
Coming into early 2003, the biggest news about the two high-resolution multichannel audio formats, DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD, might be that they're both still hanging in there.
Michael Gaughn  |  May 31, 2008  |  0 comments
DreamWorks
Movie ••• Picture •••• Sound •••• Extras ••

With serial killers all the rage (in both fiction and reali

Michael Gaughn  |  Apr 04, 2007  |  0 comments

Here's a predictable plot: A world-famous director buys a mansion in the Hollywood Hills and immediately demands that his underlings bring forth a traditional screening room - an opulent show-place, sealed off from the rest of the house, complete with a hulking projector, Voice of the Theater-type speakers, leather recliners on shag-covered risers, red velvet curtains, and a touchscreen rem

Michael Gaughn  |  Nov 02, 2007  |  0 comments

Brothers Peter and Bobby Farrelly are the legendary duo behind some of the most raucous, outrageous, original - and successful - comedies ever, including Dumb & Dumber, There's Something About Mary, and most recently, The Heartbreak Kid.

Michael Gaughn  |  Jun 16, 2005  |  0 comments
Famous Blue Raincoat - The Songs of Leonard Cohen: 20th Anniversary Edition Shout!
Michael Gaughn  |  Jul 15, 2001  |  0 comments

Perfect sound forever. Well, some people will tell you that the compact disc doesn't offer either. Diehard audiophiles complained from the day the CD was first introduced that it sounded cold, metallic, and sterile compared with the LP. And the discs can deteriorate over time, if ever so slowly.

Michael Gaughn  |  Jun 10, 2003  |  0 comments

We went to four programmers from XM and four from Sirius and asked them the same question: With listeners able to choose between things like CD megachangers, digital music servers, DVD music videos, and traditional radio, what does satellite radio have to offer?

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