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Dave Lee | 15:58 UK time, Friday, 12 December 2008

We're loving hearing about all your positive iPlayer experiences. And we're also listening and making note of the negatives. Remember to make sure you tag your tweets with #iplayer so we can find you.

Here are a select few tweets from the last hour or so:

pergunnar: Seeing as it's #iplayerday I had to add the (lack of) view from Sweden to the flickr group. Nevertheless a big fan of the BBC.
jesta: CBeebies on BBC Radio 7 and BBC iPlayer has certainly helped keep the little rascal entertained this year. #iplayerday
dmlenton: #iplayerday Personally, iPlayer is how I watch most of my TV these days. Especially now I can connect my laptop up to my TV and use Boxee.
dnas2: @bbccouk #iplayerday Good to hear Anthony Rose talk abt supporting more devices. I'm looking forward to iPlayer on Freesat STBs in future.
byrion: Will shortly be joining Drink the Bar Dry festivities, but first there's pre DTBD beer and buzzcocks to do http://bit.ly/MZcp (expand) #iplayerday

And here is the aforementioned beer and Buzzcocks...

buzzcocks

Over on the messageboard, DieHardDom writes:

I couldn't find a messageboard-type link amongst all the twitter-nonsense, so I've posted here:
Just because a few people can't be bothered to program their video or PVR, so much money that could've been spent on new programming is being wasted on an expensive white elephant."

Dave Lee is co-editor, BBC Internet Blog.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    As you will know, one of the most frustrating aspects of iPlayer is when the recording of a programme has not been set up to forgive the human error of overruns in the preceding programme.

    This is not a difficult problem to solve and to be honest, does not happen often. However I have been listening this morning to Q&A and it cuts out before the end of almost every episode. This seems to happen because the Weather over-runs. It's not a big fix - could someone check it out before the next (and final) episode is transmitted?

    Thanks

    BTW Just reading the comments on this page: the final one "a few people can't be bothered to program their video or PVR, so much money that could've been spent on new programming is being wasted on an expensive white elephant." I know abuse is not allowed on BBC Blogs and message boards (quite right too), so how can one describe such a comment? Best to describe the comment as being poorly informed and containing the attitude one might find in a supercillious dim-wit. Not that the person who wrote that is necessarilly one.

  • Comment number 2.

    This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the house rules. Explain.

 

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