Clem wrote:I still find it absolutely amazing that while taking a shit, I can use my iPhone to place an Amazon order and have it at my door less than 20 hours later (on a Saturday morning, no less) for a shipping cost that is less than local sales tax.
I fucking love Amazon!
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Clem wrote:Okay, now let me stream that shit to my 360 or PS3 (without having to fiddlefuck around with some in-between media server software).
Today we’re announcing our biggest addition yet, bringing nearly 3,000 more titles to Prime Instant Video. We’ve struck a deal with Discovery Networks to bring some of the highest quality, non-fiction, informative and entertaining content about the world to our Amazon Prime customers. Rolling out over the next few weeks are TV shows from Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, and Science. Prime members, at no additional cost, can now stream more than 17,000 titles.
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ptrain86 wrote:btw, would this work?
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