Browsing articles from "February, 2011"
Feb
21
2011

Netflix, please get some new content to stream, and stop messing with the stuff you do have

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I’ve been a Netflix fan for a long time. When it first came out, I was on the 3-disc plan, and loved it for several years. I had a lot of free time back then, so I’d be able to watch them immediately, and see a ton of movies for a ridiculously cheap price. Then they came out with ‘Watch Instantly’, which lets you stream movies instantly without waiting for the disc to get mailed […]

Feb
13
2011

Digital media statistics are finally starting to matter

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It was bound to happen sooner or later. Ebooks can no longer be denied. Their sales speak for themselves, as Amazon recently reported that it sells more ebooks than printed books. Even The New York Times admits they must now be recognized alongside traditional books on their bestseller lists. This is all part of the transition of traditional media accepting the new digital age.

Feb
7
2011

The site is live, welcome to . . . nothing

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The site is now officially live. By “live”, I mean I’ve finished the WordPress install, slapped a theme on, put in a draft logo, and set up a twitter account. So what can you get out of this? Nothing yet. Stay tuned for some actual web/tech related posts later this week. Baby steps people.