Green Witch wrote:
29), I don't have TV.
I don't have a television either. That's why I love and depend on hulu.com to watch Eureka, 30 Rock, House, and whatever.
By the way, Hulu is just one of many sites that broadcast network programing, if you Google around you'll find dozens of such sites. Some legal, some not. My husband watched some sports thing the other night that was obviously being broadcast from some other guy's living room via a webcam. The picture was pretty good.
I'm scared to go to one of the illicit live broadcast sites because I followed a link once provided by someone I trust and my spyware program virtually yelled at me to get away from that site ASAP.
But the TV through webcam idea? If it comes to that? I guess it'll have to work. That circumvention of the the possible future pay per view sites would make it this internet generations version of Napster but far more difficult for the Networks to clamp down upon like the P2P sites and their RIAA persecutors. I'd rather watch the shows legally and I really don't mind the commercials even if they are often not relevant to my needs. Even if they doubled the amount of commercial time, I wouldn't mind.