Get Rid of Cable – Picture Quality


Television

Only about 2 more months until my FiOS cable contract is up. Honestly, I have already contacted them to see what kind of deals they could give me to stay but they don’t want to hear anything about it; all they keep trying to do is upsell me on features when all I’m trying to […]

July 13, 2014

Get Rid of Cable – Adjust Your TV Viewing Habits


Television

NBC just cancelled their new series Believe and this brings to light one of my recent cable cutter thoughts. Every year you hear outrage from viewers when their new favorite show didn’t make the cut. You spend your time each week getting invested in these characters, these plots, and some executive decides your effort wasn’t […]

May 10, 2014

New Girl Got Old


Television

In the wake of Almost Human getting cancelled by Fox today, I realized it may be time to re-evaluate what I’m watching. With the DVR always around 70-80% anymore, I just made my first cut, New Girl. The first season of New Girl was awesome. I found myself stopping to laugh and then rewinding multiple […]

April 30, 2014

Get Ready to Get Rid of Cable


Money, Television

I pay upwards of $160 a month for my FiOS Triple Play package and right now I’m being forced to watch TV for free over the air because I’m taping 2 things and want to watch a 3rd. That’s some selling point. A selling point to get rid of cable TV. I planned on starting […]

March 3, 2014

Trakt TV Tracking


Tech, Television

I’ve spent years documenting my life in almost every way shape and form. Some people value privacy, I apparently am not one of them. I’ve been on-again, off-again, blogging since 1997. I like being able to know what was going on, and what I was doing, at almost any given time in my life. Even […]

March 1, 2014

Game of Thrones


Television

I just got HBO and am starting on Game of Thrones. It’s about time. All of season 1 is on OnDemand. I’ve got 2 weekends to watch the 10 episodes. Season 2 starts in just a few weeks. I’m currently watching: Game of Thrones

March 10, 2012