What the Tech? A Profile of the Latest Tech News

November 1, 2013

These past few months have been full of all types of new tech news – from the release of the new iPhone 4s (today!), Netflix’s flipping and flopping with separating their streaming / DVD by mail services (although keeping their price change in effect), Amazon announcing a whole new lineup of Kindles (including the brand […]

Netflix Survey

Netflix Survey

June 12, 2013

Netflix did a survey asking people if Angelina Jolie and Russel Brand made a movie together what would be to describe it? The answers of the survey can be seen below.

Movies & Shakers

Movies & Shakers

May 25, 2013

In today’s economy, going out to a movie is an expense not everyone is willing to incur as often as we’d like to watch a movie or two. So, as discretionary income shrinks, low-cost options for home delivery such as NetFlix and others are emerging as alternatives to the local Cineplex. This infographic, based on […]


Downfall of Netflix

March 3, 2013

A illustration to showcase how Netflix lost two-thirds of its value in three months. Source


Head To Head: Netflix vs. Redbox

February 2, 2013

Breaks down the pros and cons of both Redbox and Netflix, and shows how successful each has been.


Public Opinion Snubs Movie Theaters

December 26, 2012

The Oscars are over, and now we know which movies we probably should have caught in the theaters. However, with the advent of digital media and the affordability of Netflix, it’s almost not worth the price of admission. Source

Streaming Showdown: Netflix Vs Hulu Plus

Streaming Showdown: Netflix Vs Hulu Plus

August 26, 2012

These days, more and more people are giving up cable in favor of streaming video and TV. Those services, available from Netflix and Hulu Plus, come at a much lower cost and for many, provide sufficient entertainment. Here’s how Netflix and Hulu Plus compare. Source

Hollywood Goes Digital

Hollywood Goes Digital

July 4, 2012

The SeeVolution application is unique in its conversion of aggregated data into visual tool sets. Rather than navigating away from a website to analyze visitor trends, once logged in to SeeVolution, users see a movable, live traffic feed that lays transparently over the page users are tracking. Source

The End of Cable?

The End of Cable?

June 17, 2012

There was a time when cable was the be-all and end-all of home entertainment. This was the ’80s and early ’90s, and you either had cable, or you didn’t. If you didn’t, you envied those who did. There was no Internet for the cable-less to provide easy access to all of our favorite shows, at […]

The Biggest Web Outages of 2011

The Biggest Web Outages of 2011

June 5, 2012

Though we witnessed a number of minor website outages and performance declines in 2011, we’re encourage to report that there were fewer significant website outages this year than in 2010. Here are some of the outages that likely had the biggest impact.