The BBC website still works fine (even after its change of policy), but NBC.com has finally made it so that I have to watch the commercials for the online VOD content. Eventually there might be a simple way around this (if there isn't one already), but since I rarely stream from the NBC website, I'll survive.
EDIT: I forgot to mention that the NBC attempt to force the ads upon me was indeed easy to overcome, and because they pissed me off, I even took it a step further.
I'm finally getting tired of all the NOISE on the internet. Filtering it out is becoming easier because I now get tired of things even faster than just a few months ago. I still like looking for online buried treasures that at first glance seem to be missing, until I quite often stumble upon them; always brings a smile to my face, and then it's on to the next buried treasure search.
I never really lost my voice, I just lost my head. Coming to grips with so much FREE content (for so many years) with the simple click of a mouse, simply blew my mind, until I finally tired of the concept, and saw it all as white noise trying to hypnotize me into a catatonic state of confusion.
Nice try, internet, but I'm finally wide awake in dreamland. I love free content, but at the end of the day, trying to consume all that I enjoy, can often feel more like a job, rather than a hobby.
Hey, internet, I still love what you do, but I'm changing the lock on my front door, so your key will no longer work.
Last edited by PokerFace; 09-05-2017 at 01:49 AM.
Warning: I'm not playing with a full deck.