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HDTV Almanac - The Power of Aggregated DataHDTV Magazineby Alfred Poor on February 20, 2012 What do people really watch when they watch the SuperBowl? Thanks to the new world of connected entertainment systems, TiVo has a very good idea.

1.) The basic subject of this column is that most people watch the super bowl for the commercials and advertising companies use this to thier advantage.

2.) The main points of this article are.

-Most people watch the super bowl for the commercials.

-Advertising companies can get data from your dvr receiver and use the data from what commercial you find the best and use that to thier advantage.

3.) The writer thinks it's pretty crafty that they do that, but they shouldn't do it.

4.) No, the author doesn't state his opinon directly, but based on the way he was writing his views on the subject where apparent.

6.) The columnist does his reseach to bring you sifficient evidence about the topic that's written.

7.) the article was written for someone who just wants to learn interesting facts about the super bowl.

8.) The author offers enough evidence for me to agree. He researched the topic and applied the information in a decent layout.

Assignment B.) The author uses logos or logical appeal throughout the article. He also uses some interesting facts like"According to the TiVo results, the Dorito’s “Man’s Best Friend” showed the greatest increase compared with the viewing numbers for the adjacent 15 minutes." But he makes his main point pretty clear, which is good in an article.