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Sunday, January 25, 2009


Who Needs Cable TV?

Non-lame alternatives to the cable TV monopoly: - Full, streaming episodes. Lots of Fox and NBC content, such as The Office, The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live, Family Guy, etc. - Lots of CBS content and other older TV shows.

Like music? Try: - Internet Jukebox. Try it. Awesome.

And for the more adventurous, who know how to use search boxes and reference the lengths of video clips: - What's on the local theatre marquee? the TV program guide? (No, you do not need to be bilingual...)

Let's not even talk about BitTorrent.

Hook up your computer to your TV with a cable from:

Pay-for-access cable monopolies are dead. Long live the most democratic of communication mediums - the Internet.

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