Monthly Archives: October 2011

How to watch NFL black out games – legally (I think)

>So there are bootleg streaming sites that come and go all the time. Lately I haven’t seen a single one of these. NFL police must be cracking down really hard.  Here is one way I contend (disclaimer: I’m not a … Continue reading

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More on Free College Football Streaming – Go Wolverines

Thanks to some of my followers I am now realizing that ESPN is really a step toward a true on demand a la carte experience. All ESPN requires for live streaming is that you subscribe to a participating provider. You … Continue reading

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NCAA Football – Free Live Viewing

Just to be upfront – this is a cord cutter’s biggest dilemma. Live Sports. The major providers use this to their advantage. ESPN, Fox Sports etc are not wanting to give this content away. But there are times when you … Continue reading

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New Reason to be a Cord Cutter : Bloomberg TV and the Republican Debate

As if we needed another reason to cut the cord, the Cable operators have supplied us with one. I’m somewhat of a political/news junkie and follow podcasts like Slate’s Political Gabfest and NPR’s It’s All Politics Podcast to keep up. … Continue reading

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Netflix/Qwikster Comes to their Senses in "Coke Classic" Moment

A few weeks back we all woke to the very odd email written by Reed Hastings. One in which he apologized for previous actions but did not reverse any of them. One in which he announced the separation of the … Continue reading

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