December 17th, 2013
I just read the first book of this series called “A Song Of Fire And Ice”, but the series is also called “A Game Of Thrones” even though that is just the name of the first book in the series. Anyway, I just found out that there is a television show that is based on the series of books. As such, I am very interested in seeing it, and I hope to figure out a way to do that. I am going to look for where to watch game of thrones online because I just found out that I do not receive the cable television channel that the show usually comes on.
Either way, I know that on television, the show is already in the third of fourth season, I am not really sure which. As such, I do not want to jump ahead of where I am in the book series. Read the rest of this entry »
October 18th, 2013
I decided that I was going to down size what I spent and what I did with the money that we had coming in to our house. So my husband and I decided that we would go to http://www.directsavingstv.com so that we could save money while we were looking at saving money with our TV services. My family and I were talking about all the different ways that we could save money instead of just looking at our TV viewing habits. I was willing to give up some of the cable networks that we do not really watch, but there were no providers that were going to let us pick and choose what we wanted to watch, when we watched it. Read the rest of this entry »
July 1st, 2013
For the past few years, there has been an obvious transition of the way we engage our media. While the traditional, firmly entrenched publishing companies and cable providers have been fighting against this move for some time, there is little that they can do in the face of such overwhelming change that is happening with or without them. With sites like huluvsnetflix.net that easily describe the differences between the two sites while offering up other alternatives, it is no wonder why or how this transition into a media distribution model has happened.
May 7th, 2013
When a person moves away from their home country, they may miss a lot of things about it. They may try to do some things to make their new home see more familiar to them. One of the things that they may do is try to watch the same movies and television shows that they are used to and eat the same kinds of food. It can be a little bit difficult to do these things though. It can be hard to find coronation street episodes or episodes of your favorite television show on the Internet. Lots of places want you to sign up to become a member and then when they discover that you are outside of the country, you may actually be blocked.
You should not despair if you cannot find a way to watch your favorite television shows or movies. One thing that you can do is ask other people who are from your same country how they watch television in the new country.
December 3rd, 2012
When I was younger, cable was not a relatively stable commodity to have. Most people i knew, if they wanted to have a lot of channel choices, instead went for satellite. Satellite was everywhere and you couldn’t pass a yard without seeing one of those giant dishes set up in a back yard or a smaller one sitting on the roof. Yet things have changed. Cable dominated for a while but now satellite is making a combat with direct tv. Direct TV is changing the way satellite does business and I am impressed at the technological innovations that they are creating with their business. Although I am still not a fan of either satellite or cable, I find that satellite has a lot more to offer than cable these days – especially when cable companies have a relative monopoly in some areas allowing for little in the way of options with pricing plans.
Having options allows the consumer to choose what they want and it encourages companies to compete against each other, forcing them to challenge each other’s business model and, hopefully, promote an evolution within the company. A company that doesn’t evolve or change isn’t always a successful company, it simply means that it has the means to squash challengers – often through money and trademarks, unfortunately! The market needs a good, healthy challenging market and I find that there are far too many companies being allowed to become monopolies. These companies stifle competition and force consumers to consume some terrible options, pricing and products. One day I see a truly free market where a business cannot influence the politics of the world but instead is simply a part of the public sector. Allowing a company to lobby to senators for regulation is one of the most shameful aspects of our governing system.