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Friday, September 18, 2015

Cutting the Cord Culture

Reading over the posts of late, I see that I have been focused on the "cutting the cord culture" - streaming media, Roku channels, and so forth. I cut the cord about three years ago and haven't missed it. In that time, a lot has changed, and much of it is pretty exciting. As I posted previously, more and more channels are "live" streaming now, and creating content exclusive to their streaming channels and platforms.

Not having cable, and not watching broadcast TV very often by choice, I have become part of this streaming culture, so it's definitely something close to my heart. But again, a lot has been happening in the streaming arena lately, and I want to be sure to cover it when I can. Cutting the cord - literally choosing to receive your media through the Internet, literally just a matter of changing media delivery - is one of the most dynamic and important developments in cyberculture, and continues to evolve.

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