Originally posted Nov. 4, 2011.
On this episode: Netflix/Hulu/Amazon video and how it fits into our homes, why (most) sports refuse to enter the web/app age, defending the captains of the streaming video industry, and (dun dun DUN) the inescapable, under-reported awful/awkwardness (awkfulness?) of middle school.
TV That Fits Your Life and Doesn’t Make You Dumb [KP at Fast Company]
Gray’s Anatomy - The Most Stupid Show on TV? [Re: icicle]
If you ONLY have cable internet can you still get tv channels? [HighDef Forum]
Major League Baseball blackout policy [Wikipedia]
The Talk Show - “They Had to Burn the Sheets” [Re: Sports leagues and apps]
Phil: BBC - Where do you fit into 7 billion? (Population history/visualization tool)
Kevin: Richard Stallman’s Rider (The speaking/touring requirements of a software zealot)