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Sunday February 17, 2002
09:04 AM

DirecTV Revisited

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Somehow, DirecTV, after I adjusted my account options online, decided it was time to close my TiVo account, even though I have lifetime service.

So I am now going on Day Two of No TiVo.

Try to avoid the online account changing if you can, or at least double-check what changes they make to your account for the next day or so after you make changes.

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  • Soon, it really won't matter what's on TV for you -- you'll be busy snapping pix of your new baby. And when you're done with that, you'll be 50 and it will be time to learn shuffleboard and bridge and to acquire a taste for Moxie and say things like "I never let my kid do that" or "this generation is dumber than a sack of hair."

    Ok. I don't have a TiVo so I have no idea what kind of withdrawals you're going through.

    • There's a few problems with losing the TiVo, most of them having to do with the fact that right now I am recording like 15 hours per day of Olympics coverage. OK, so I can use the VCRs. But I would start a recording and start watching it from the beginning with the TiVo; can't do that on a VCR. Plus, it looks much better on the TiVo.

      And then there's staying up late to watch shows I normally would TiVo and see the next day or something. And then there's the fact that I don't remember what shows I was g