I recently finished watching the final season of the new Netflix reboot “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”. I really enjoyed it. Here’s why.
I just wanted to watch some TV while riding an exercise bike. That didn’t go too well. TV, DVRs and DRM.
I recently caught up with the latest (2020) season of Doctor Who. With a few bumps it looks like show runner Chibnall is getting into the groove.
I ramble in french about how a TV channel changed distribution method and made my life marginally more difficult. #ProblemesDuPremierMonde
My thoughts on the latest His Dark Materials TV show, and past attempts to adapt it to other media
I often watch Question Time on the BBC. I think its a great idea, but in recent times it seems to be having some problems which I feel impact its effectiveness.
It’s films, so not really a “reading list” like my other posts. I did watch some films over the summer, none of which are recent cinema releases.
There are lots of streaming apps for TV shows and films nowadays. I think that’s good, but it does have downsides: The Myriad Apps.
Archived 2013-08-01. The topic of this post deals with Virgin Media and some technical trouble I seemed to be having. I guess that’s still a thing that happens.
Here are some helpful tips for getting the most out of your new Virgin Media “Super” Hub 3, based on my experiences dealing with it and my findings from a lot of searching through internet forums.
DRM, digital rights management, is the term used to describe attempts to control the use and ownership of digital media post-purchase. I think that this is a pretty poor practice, and will detail some reasons why.