Huh. I guess this series never took off. I could have sworn I posted more than 4 of these.
The new service, dubbed Movie Club, will cost $12 per month and will allow Shaw customers to watch movies and television shows on their TV and their computers over an Internet connection. However, Shaw said that movies streamed using its own service will not count against a subscriber’s monthly Internet data caps, unlike movies streamed from competing outlets like Netflix…
“There should be some advantage to you being a customer,” Shaw Communications president Peter Bissonnette told the Calgary Herald on Thursday.
And so begins the slow death of net neutrality in Canada.
[via CBC News]
In an attempt to revive my blog from the grips of death, I am going to bring back my (short-lived) lunch hour link log.
Here are some things I think you might be interested in:
- Hunch Stats Profile Mac vs. PC People – Hint: Macs really love hummus
- Clever Bike Rack Concept – 10 bikes = 1 car
- You are not a User Experience Designer
- Nokia has a new typeface