SeleniaI love DebianPremium
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Re: offered consumers content they were already getting for free I bought Hulu Plus today and must say I'm happy thus far. Plenty of 720p video on almost all of the newer content. Even better(which is only obvious when searching for something in particular) it has whole seasons and many more episodes of a given program. To me, who can hardly get any HD where I live now and still have expensive TVs I want to enjoy, this is perfect for avoiding pirating everything I find worth watching. For those curious, it's because of LoS with the satellites. Only DirectTV and Dish will serve me and with only a couple compressed-to-hell HD channels. I can't see the other satellites. Cable around here is very fuzzy analog that reminds me of the 80s. However, I do get Verizon DSL and decent EVDO Rev A service on Verizon wireless. The 720p video has been very clean and sharp. For me, it's an answer I was in need of. Sometimes, the advantage of internet based stuff is reach. Karl's opinion is slanted on this one. I feel the extras I'm getting is worth $9.99/month. Especially since it adds many shows in HD that I would otherwise have to torrent to see in HD. Yet, he acts like Hulu is just taking peoples' money and running.
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