Saw this coming a while back when I worked at Blockbuster.
Of particular interest to me (quoting from the article linked above)
"Earlier this month, Apple announced that its revamped Apple TVs would be going for just $99 (older versions were $229) and started offering $.99 rentals on TV shows. Google TV, set for release this fall, will turn traditional TV sets into web browsers — and let viewers search for (and watch) the expanding range of television options available online. Netflix's streaming video service, Watch Instantly, is growing rapidly, and has reportedly inspired Amazon to jump in with a similar offering. "Netflix has already won the digital TV/Video War" says Paul Verna in Ad Age. A new Credit Suisse study found that 37 percent of Netflix subscribers between the ages of 25 and 34 watch Netflix streaming instead of TV, while 30 percent of subscribers between 18 and 24 have have ditched their cable TV."
What I don't know is the future of TV. Are people going to be integrating all forms of entertainment into computer systems or even PHONES? I can feel my nostalgia for simpler times bubbling.
Also did anyone hear about that shooting at UT Austin? What the hell?