Did today’s rage at Facebook’s changes make you temporarily forget your rage at Netflix’s way bigger changes? Let us refresh your memory because, between upping prices, removing instant-access Party Down from our lives and adding a silly sounding new service, you’re probably wondering what to do. The good nerds over at Wired have got your back with this complete rundown of eight Netflix alternatives, from iTunes and RedBox to Hulu and Vudu. Wired’s Mike Isaac runs down the prices, selection, pros (“wired”), cons (“tired”) and ranks each one. Handy, right?
Grab some coffee and a danish; we’ve got your Sunday reads right here. On Landscaping: “New Orleans needs goats,” [Narratively] On Hardship: “It’s getting harder to be homeless in America.” [PBS] On Art: “We found ourselves frozen seeing this masterpiece come together.” [UC] On Lies: “…these services may have been used by [the] NSA.” [Independent] […]
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It was touch-and-go there for a bit, and it was looking like the East River Ferry was going to be delayed until July 31, stranding G train-dependent Greenpointers for a few extra days. But, press releases from both Greenpoint’s elected officials and the NYC Economic Development Corporation just came in that announced that the ferry […]