It was (sorta) fun while it lasted.
Actually, it wasn’t all that fun. Plus, I always felt like there was the very real possibility that in the end, stupidity would win out. As it will.
Can’t believe it lasted this long. Still in disbelief that it worked at all.
NOT TO FREAK YOU ALL OUT BUT THIS FREAKS ME OUT A LITTLE.
“Even though an authentication requirement isn’t likely to happen right away, though, our source notes that what could happen relatively soon is that the content providers could require longer delays before their shows become available on the service for non-subscribers. Cable subscribers, under this model, would get access to a show on Hulu the next day, while non-subscribers would have to wait at least 30 days. This model would likely also apply to Hulu Plus subscribers.”
jesus roosevelt christ, tv people, what is your PROBLEM
I mean, fine, if you want me to pirate your shows instead of watch them with commercials so you can make money off me, fine. I’ll do that.
what gets me is they never learn.
the media industry fought hard against record players, portable walkmen, burnable discs, vcrs and video recording, dvds, tivo, and digital music. and they always ended up losing.
but, bless, they keep on fighting.
I don’t use hulu much (I have cable thanks to living at home) but for those of you who do, might want to see this.
Dammit Tv industry, do you want me to pirate? Fuck I really hope this does not end up happening.