My significant other and I live on one main income — mine, as a freelance writer. The number-one impediment to my budgeting experience has been technology. Here's how I've learned to deal…
This is Offbeat Home's archive of cable posts.
Every once in a while on Facebook or Twitter, I see a plea for help to get rid of cable and start watching TV shows and movies online. I have been doing this for about three years and wouldn't go back. Here's how I make it work with a laptop and a little organization.
We moved fast, and found out Internet service in our new building is lacking. Are there alternative options other than "local DSL" and "local cable" internet providers?
Last week Mashable published an article about the connective devices — Boxee, Roku, Apple TV and Google TV, and an Xbox 360 — taking over cable's market. It was an interesting read, but I think the idea of keeping television separate from the internet is already outdated. Let's prognosticate.
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