Sunday, February 26, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Monday, February 13, 2012
The USA show Royal Pains is delayed on Hulu, so even though it airs Wednesday, I have to wait to watch it. Maybe I'll look into Hamptons Rentals and crash the set, that couldn't possibly be a career limiting amateur move…not at all.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Thursday, February 2, 2012
I wonder if people ever broke up because of grammar. The internet certainly seems to seize on it. Correcting every errant "their/there" or "you're/your" and I think people might just call Divorce Lawyer Fairfax to end things with their beloved if their love were to say, omit the word "in" in the name of their business. People certainly bicker and fight for odder reasons, more far-fetched and less essential. I imagine even royalty could do it. In fact, using a Divorce Lawyer Prince William could free up his wife to see other people in case she ever splits an infinitive or dangles a participle.
As I have suggested to many a web TV producer when discussing video release timing, no reason to fight to get people back for subsequent episodes if you already have an entire seaosn shot. Show them all at once:
As Netflix debuts its first original series, "Lilyhammer," on Feb. 6, the video subscription service has settled on a scheduling strategy suited for the digital world: making every episode available at once.
Signaling that it's embracing users' preference to watch multiple episodes of their favorite programs as a "marathon," Netflix won't be spacing out the eight shows of its first season of the comedic crime series over several weeks.
If you love the first episode, there is no need to wait until next week, or to set a DVR, to catch the next one,Netflix's chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, said in a statement Tuesday
(from Los Angeles Times).