After the coffee. Before finding out why I'm not hosting the
The Skinny: It is never fun giving a cat medicine. Try giving your cat three different doses if you really want frustration. I'm pretty sure Skinny isn't enjoying it either. Today's roundup includes the weekend box office preview. Also, lots of debate over the
Daily Dose: Aside from consumer groups and media watchdogs,
Who wins, who loses. If you ask 10 different people what Net neutrality means you will get 10 different answers. But if you ask 10 people what the Federal Communications Commission's proposed rewrite of Net neutrality rules means. nine of them will tell you it is end of the free world as we know it. I'm no expert but that might be a little much. Anyway, there is still a lot of talk about whether the proposed rules and possible express lanes for those willing to pay will be bad for the Internet and consumers or just business as usual. More thoughts from the Los Angeles Times, New York Times and USA Today. The Wall Street Journal weighs in with its take on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler.
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There's an app for that. Netflix has struck a deal with a three smaller cable operators to be on their set-top box, says Reuters. What that basically means is that when you turn on the TV there will be an app to watch Netflix. While significant, in my opinion as more people get televisions with wi-fi built in, these deals won't matter. I am hardly ahead of the curve on technology but I'm able to stream Netflix on my TV without an app or connection to my computer or a Roku box.
Another world. The allegations against director