It should come as no surprise that more and more people are clipping cable service and instead are turning to somewhere called " on line"? As far as we can tell this is done through the "internet". In fact, we've been doing this for awhile and are delighted that we haven't paid for cable in years. Why would we? At the end of the year a service like cable could end up costing us around $900... Most people who have disposed of their cable box end up going the Netflix, Amazon Prime or Hulu Plus way. But that costs money and money is for debt. Over the past year we have been able to find some solid, interesting and captivating entertainment. It's totally possible, totally legal and most importantly totally free.
Here we just wanted to share some of the free content that we have been enjoying the past year. Because Mister Rogers taught us that sharing is caring.
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Jesse Thorn is a gentleman. Clothes are nice. This show combines both things into one perfect, finely tailored suit of goodness. There are two seasons on YouTube.
This is almost like HGTV. Except there are no commercials and no weird twins. They have several shows, our favorite is the one about small spaces - for obvious reasons.
Seinfeld. Cars. Coffee. And sometimes David Letterman.
God Bless PBS. Not only for allowing Dylan to work with them, but also for providing the world with some of the greatest things ever. Mister Rogers, NOVA, American Experience, Downton Abbey. We especially like the digital arm of PBS, PBS Digital Studios.
If you're not on the podcast train then we need to talk. There are too many to name but some highlights are StarTalk Radio, The Todd Glass Show, Never Not Funny (and of course Dylan's show, duh).
Most methods for enjoying these are your computer, but if you have an extra $35 we highly recommend Google Chromecast. We have used it for the past month and love it. Grab an El Pelon burrito and watch an hour and a half of Seinfeld bloopers. Life is good.
Please let us know of any shows we may not know about, we're building a pretty epic "Watch Later" list on YouTube (it also includes not-so-legal episodes of Kojak...)
If you are still confused about "internet" you can watch this informative video, it's very helpful. Thanks Dasha!