Tag Archives: Netflix

Netflix: The Game Changer (Not New)

Netflix was pretty much a game-changer day one of its incarnation. I wrote about this three years ago, though it was true long before that. Strangely, others are now only finally coming around (seeing articles popping up as if any of this is actually new) to what I thought was inevitable even before I wrote […]

Best of Online Movie and TV Streaming Services

UPDATE — You can finally order stand-alone versions of both Showtime and HBO. Traditional cable is on its way out; this is inevitable. Cable, has for a long time now been a bit dated, but isn’t completely out-dated just yet. The problem with cable? Expensive and not very customer-friendly. The worst part of cable is […]

Netflix to End Cable and Blockbuster

Find updated article on the situation here. At this point, I think it’s safe to say that Netflix is an unstoppable beast. For as little as $8.99/month you can get something that is far more superior than anything Comcast or Dish has to offer at $50+/month and I think it’s very likely to put Blockbuster’s […]

Netflix — Human Rating: Some Ideas I Presented

I presented some ideas over at developer.netflix.com and by directly messaging Netflix through their “Business Development” contact page about an idea on improving movie matches and like/dislike predictions for customers. I’m not expecting much of a response considering the thousands of messages they deal with daily and the fact that there are far more brilliant […]