Grew up with no TV in the house and didn't have one in college so kinda used to not having access to the old idiot box. Had cable for a few years in the mid-2000s, but decided to cut it out about 5 years ago. Now, through a combination of Roku, Apple TV, bit torrent, the computer and several iPad apps, we see everything we want to see. For example, watching Olys now via BBC on Roku and via some bit torrent streams. Only downside has been inability to watch my beloved Formula One races on my schedule. If I want to see them (via bit torrent), I gotta watch when it is live. Oh, and college football can get dicey, but usually can find a stream somewhere if you look hard enough.
Weighing the Pros & Cons of Cutting Cable
|7/29/12 12:03 PM|