Hulu With Me...

Online video has come a long way from the days of jerky motion and pixilated pictures (buffering . . . buffering . . . ). Nowadays, a broadband Internet connection is a portal to free (and as far as I can tell, 100% legal) online programming of decent quality. And at Hulu, you can watch full episodes of a lot of television shows and movies, including a lot of the classic television programs we are used to watching on TV Land and Nick @ Night.  Check it out.  I like the fact that I can watch these with minimal commercials, and that I can watch them no matter where I am as long as there is an internet connection.  So for these reasons and so many more I HULU, do you?  Also do you know of other sites similar to this one that I may be able to use as well.  Do you think we are on the verge of seeing the end of cable and satellite companies doing their business in the traditional manner, similar to how video killed the radio star and how electronic download killed the traditional music market?

fungirlmmm fungirlmmm
46-50, F
4 Responses Mar 16, 2009

Hulu? This is the first time I hear it.

I agree rep that sometimes the commercials are louder and I wish they were similar to the show volume. Thanks for your comments.

And you can connect your computer to your television and watch it on a bigger screen as well.

Actually we watched the inauguration on Hulu. My son swears by it. He is a total tech geek. According to him cable and satellite could possibly be on it's way out. We will be able to watch everything from our computers. I find it amazing how far technology has come.