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A Plague of “C” - Colbert, Comcast, Commercials, and Cord Cutting

Can counting Colbert commercials create cord cutters? In my case it could .

Colbert is not the “Report” any more, but he is still Stephen! I couldn’t catch the live broadcast of his first “The Late Show”—so I caught it on Comcast’s convenient “On Demand”.  575 more words


The Last Piece of Apple's TV Puzzle: Local and Sports

A version of this essay was originally published at Tech.pinions, a website dedicated to informed opinions, insight and perspective on the tech industry.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said on last week’s… 1,763 more words


Can You Move Time Around To Get Your Client Where They Want To Go?

Time’s a funny thing, isn’t it? Some days there’s not enough to get everything done. On other days, we have too much of it on our hands. 1,119 more words

Accepting Who You Are

Court Emphasizes Industry in Aereo Case

**Update—IP Clinic client Consumer Federation of America issued the following statement regarding the decision:

This decision is bad for video consumers, who have lost an important low cost option for viewing the programming they want whenever, wherever and on the device they prefer. 1,275 more words

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Fourier Transform Properties

% by => Chandra Shaker Balure
% usage => just run the code
% input =>
% output =>
% description => Linearity property of Fourier transform… 466 more words

Amazon puts itself squarely in the living room with FireTV

Being fourth (behind Apple, Google and Roku) in the race to stream content into living rooms does have its advantages, namely doing right what the others did wrong: easy to use tech (plug and play), easy to find content (fully search able, open source Android platform to accommodate most current services) and easy to watch streaming (dual band wifi for trouble-free 1080p definition and Dolby surround sound). 128 more words

The Curious Case Of Netflix

What’s up people?

Like most of you tech-savvy people out there, I subscribe to the digital streaming service, Netflix. Honestly, I would have been a holdout if not for a promotion with my airline loyalty program for frequent flier miles. 419 more words