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Cord Cutting: VLC Remote Control for Your Smartphone

More and more we’re connecting a laptop to the TV to watch video with VLC Media Player. The lack of a remote control was a nuisance. There are some USB-based remote controls with trackballs and keyboards for 30 or 40 … Continue reading

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Cordcutting – Watch Downtown Abbey Free

Amazon Prime members can watch Season 1 and Season 2 in HD for free. Season 3 is available at PBS.org. Via Instapundit.

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Netflix Reviews You Can Use: Crackling Fireplace Video

Thanks, Arlene! George Ford has done it again! A cinematic masterpiece that can not be missed! Five stars. The ending will shock you to your core ! Warning this could offend others so brace yourself for the movie of a … Continue reading

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Cord Cutting: The Centurion

The Centurion popped up on my Netflix scroll. I like Michael Fassbender and Dominic West and stories about Rome, so it seemed like a good bet. It’s the story of the lost ninth legion and their battle with the Picts … Continue reading

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Cord Cutting: More Americans Dropping Pay TV

Cable TV Continues Slow Death, Losing 400,000 Customers This Year Hat tip to Insty. P.S. When we turned off cable, we only lost the higher-numbered digital channels. We still have the lower analog channels up through 70 or so. Someone … Continue reading

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Cord Cutting – Breaking Bad

After we cancelled cable we decided to see what all the fuss was about with AMC’s Breaking Bad. Netflix had the first three seasons, so my wife and I dove in. Now it’s one of my top 5 TV shows. … Continue reading

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Cord Cutting: 500 Free Movies Online

Cool stuff. 500 movies you can watch for free over the Internet. Watch them on your TV if your computer has an HDMI out or your TV has a PC/VGA input. Some of the them are art house stuff or … Continue reading

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