Eulalia gave me this present for my birthday. A camera that records lightfields, not just light. The resolution of the picture? 11 megarayfields.
Why going legit? AT&T’s 3G sucks, so why would I pay them 15$ a month to allow me to create a hotspot on my phone to share the goodness? Netflix doesn’t allow users to stream to more than two devices simultaneously. The few shows in Hulu have an average of 7 minutes of ads of dubious quality. Comcast’s modems needs to be rebooted every week, and their home security teams are nowhere to be found.
So really, who benefits from going legit? Not me. Because in the end I might end paying for a openvpn service across the world, where the RIAA can’t touch me. I might pay for sharing services in Germany and get the shows the day they air in the time I takes to swallow the Hulu ads, through the openvpn.
So, who loses? Everybody. I don’t mind paying for content. I stream from Netflix from day one. But the fact that the networks won’t share their shows in a unified way it only works to the hacker’s advantage, who can watch shows from the US, Canada, UK and Germany in the same portable device.
The users have moved. The cheese have moved too. When will providers understand?
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Now, let’s go for the next one. Treasure hunt.