Articles tagged with: TV
May 11, 2009
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Postage goes up today in US by 2c. Twitter & Facebook keep pushing the envelope!
Super excited about starting a new week. After wonderful service with …
The job of the TV Website Critic is obviously not the same as a TV critic. But I willingly do my share of both! Increasingly, the two worlds of web and tv are conjoining–far beyond the telecommunication combo packages that we see offered in subscriptions. But get ready to cut out a big chunk of that bill, because now we can watch TV on the computer! Here, I’ll give you the rundown:
The good news is that most of it is still free. And yes, there may be ads, but …
Watch Netflix movies on your TV
A simple little, $99 box, Netflix player made by Roku, was released for purchase about 4 months ago. I wrote Netflix
for a test unit and got one a few days later. Within 2 days, I was up and running watching my “streaming” queue from
Netflix on my TV in about 5 minutes. All you do is hook up the box to your receiver/TV, plug it in, and plug in either an
ethernet cable or enter wireless settings for your wireless network. …
Hulu.com – Cut the Cable – Watch TV/Movies Free
Hulu is a great place to hang out and watch TV and Movies “for free.” Of course, this does come with a couple of “gotchas.” First, you have to sit through a commercial at the beginning (only 5 seconds, though) and sprinkled throughout – commercials just “pop up” during movies ant TV shows. The scariest commercial yet was for “Outback Steakhouse.” You only get 10-15 seconds of commercials at a time. You can share, email, pop-out and watch High Res, and …