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Tag Archives: Netflix
Binge watching makes me wonder how people find time to watch all these great shows
The blurb from http://www.gawker.com asks the following question – Did you watch all of the second season of Netflix’s House of Cards this weekend? Good. So did I. Let’s talk. Spoilers ahead. I’ve not watched House of Cards yet. Don’t get … Continue reading
Google Chromecast – a wicked right cross to the cable TV industry or a patsy?
When I saw the news last week announcing Google Chromecast’s new plug in wi-fi device the first thing I thought was ‘Could a $35 device really hurt the cable TV industry?’. Reading @jeffjarvis excellent post http://buzzmachine.com/2013/07/24/googles-tv/ from last week apparently … Continue reading
Having both a digital AND print subscription is best for readers
Enjoy it while you still can since the days of offering a print and digital subscription for the same price are numbered. The main reason is of course that the print subscription is so much more costly to print and … Continue reading
Procter and Gamble says no to streaming video
This week Procter & Gamble announced http://bit.ly/I262sG that it would ban employee access to Netflix and Pandora in order to save bandwith at the company headquarters in Cincinnati. My first reaction was that banning internet site access never seems to … Continue reading
Netflix shows how to kill the Golden Goose – and win?
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has made a number of really good moves over the past ten years. From knocking out Blockbuster (and nearly every other brick and mortar video store) to becoming THE default source for movie rentals, Netflix parlayed … Continue reading
Posted in Best business practices, Customer Experiences, Entertainment Tagged Blockbuster, Netflix, Qwikster, Reed Hastings 2 Comments
Amazon’s Tablet – I think I may try it
I don’t consider myself a technology nut although there are those that might disagree. For instance I do not own an iPhone (although I am moving closer to breaking down each and every day), nor an iPad. Actually I don’t … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Innovation, Technology Tagged 7 inch tablets, Amazon Kindle, Amazon Tablet, BB Storm 2, Eweek.com, iPad 2, iphone, Netflix, Research in Motion, RIM, Whispernet 3 Comments
Why are people still flocking to movie theaters?
If you’re like me you have well over 100 television channels available to watch at home whether you are a cable or satellite TV customer. Yet I find it remarkable that more often than not it’s difficult to find something … Continue reading