All you pissed off Netflix customers. Why don't you come on over to the RedBox team with me. I stopped using Netflix when I moved next door to a supermarket with Redbox. Since I definitely don't watch 8 movies a month, this works fine for me.
Well that's absolutely retarded. I just remember reading the article Gizmodo posted about this plan. They must have ignored that part since it's completely pointless. The idea I just discussed actually isn't a horrible idea.
I read something a little different about the blockbuster program. From what I heard these kiosks were more or less going to placed in public places like airports and such. The idea is that a lot of people have spare SD cards for backups and such. Users can rent movies to watch on their flight at the last minute. There is no issue of returning the movie as it's digital and it's on your SD card. It just expires and can no longer be watched. Not all airports have public wi-fi for this singular purpose, its a bit more useful than say renting a movie on iTunes.
Overall I think it's a dumb idea but it does kinda serve a purpose.
I kinda have to agree. For the most part, it's usually accepted that when a athlete is doing a commercial for a product, they are being paid to do it. It seems like it's the other way around and they feel the need to say so when they AREN'T being paid to endorse the product.
I'm not sure I get the comparison at all though between bloggers disclosing that they were given a product for free, and a service which helps athletes make money by setting them up with endorsement deals though? Seems like a great idea.
Even better. The PSP Go costs something like $100 more than the normal PSP which has the same functionality, but you can buy physical games, let friends borrow said games, sell said games, ... So essentially, the cheaper version can do much more.
Oh, and Mike, please stop saying referring to the Redskins as the source of this. Just say Dan Snyder. It's not the team's fault rich, spoiled egotistical Mr. Snyder is our own. Trust me, this is all coming from the top. The rest of the organization could care less I feel.
Has anyone met our owner, Dan Snyder? If so, this should not come as a surprise. I know someone who had season tickets for a whole year and his seat was missing the bottom. They never fixed it so he was forced to stand at every game. Heck, he even makes his interns pay for tickets to games (They barely pay these people in the first place).