Team Internet & E! Online

As a blogger and someone who also relies on the internet in order to make any kind of extra money I can, this article and the snarkiness that followed from E! Online about the Teen Choice Awards and in particular the deliberate shade thrown at the fact that there are more and more categories for internet/web based shows on award shows in general, this wasn’t a sarcastic opinion piece, it was a deliberate attack against those who chose to make their own success and do not allow and do not have the need to allow Big Media make it for them.  Just because you’re a part of “Team Internet” does not automatically mean you’re just some random stereotype “yokle” or “Jackass” wannabe who got a million hits on Youtube for getting kicked in the nuts: people become their own brand entirely on the internet, with no help from television PR campaigns.

We are in the age of “intellectual property”, and the old saying about survival still stands: “adapt or die”.








The Strain: The Silver Angel.

Geeking Out about It

Okay, I might have to stop watching this series, if it doesn’t improve. The past week I haven’t been able to remember the name of a single casual acquaintance and I blame this show for destroying those memories. If this keeps up, by the end of the season, I will have the brain of a bowl of chocolate pudding. Likable but nutritionally useless.

We’re  only four episodes into the new season,  but I have noticed a distinct downturn in the quality of the series, since the first one. I don’t like to hate-watch a show, but I may have to, as a warning to others. (Once I’m a human pudding you guys can donate to my medical care.)

Well anyway I hope to get some answers to some of the questions presented last week, if the writers remember what they wrote.

An old overweight wrestler, Angel, is watching one of…

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Mediahhh TV: Free UK TV Anywhere App review

Expressing my undying devotion to Mediahhh TV, more like!

You have no idea how long I have been waiting for the chance to be able to just watch UK television instead of American whenever I felt like it.  I would like to watch ALL television, full stop, but who knows if I can gather enough apps or whatever inventions there are out there without feeling like I have a giant clusterf*ck of apps to deal with.

I got to watch the Simpsons with British commercials today!  Yes that was one of the highlights of the day and I am not ashamed to say so!

I do watch a lot of television shows, but I don’t actually watch much television.  I’m always on the internet or I use my Amazon Fire TV Stick (you can find my review of it here).  I use apps to get news and weather.

But I will be checking to see what’s on the telly on the other side of the pond multiple times a day from now on.