On Friday, I was walking out the door on my way to work and I realized that I hadn’t seen this week’s episode of LOST yet. I stopped what I was doing ran over to my computer, bought LOST on Apple iTunes, and waited 15 minutes as it downloaded. I then put it on my iPhone and went about my merry way.
Seems like things just aren’t where they need to be.
I’d get a season pass to LOST on iTunes but I only use laptops and I’m always running out of space on my hard drives.
I want some type of easy media server type of solution that will hold all of my media but when I sync my laptop and my iPhone I can pull media off of the server and put it on my iPhone.
It’d also be nice if there was a way to buy TV shows on the fly from the iPhone so that while I was walking to the subway it could have been downloading. It’d also be nice if my phone could pull TV shows off of my media server. I know with current cellular technology this isn’t possible but it’d be nice.
I know the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was in Las Vegas this last week but I’m not really sure what happened there. I’m not excited about anything. My friends aren’t buzzing about anything that came out.
Apparently, Gizmodo pulled some stupid stunt… but who cares.
Sounds like CES unveiled a bunch of really cool displays which I can’t afford or may not be available for 5 years… but doesn’t that happen every year?
Heh… I think Apple’s announcement of their Mac Pro update was more memorable and bigger news. So… I guess I’ll to wait for Apple’s MacWorld this week to find out what I should get really excited about as far as consumer electronics.
So one of my favorite shows on TV is Food Network’s Iron Chef America… I was excited for this week’s episode because it was the first for the new Iron Chef Michael Symon. Unfortunately, I missed it.
So now what can I do? Iron Chef America is not on iTunes. It’s not on Hulu. They don’t make it available from the Food Network Web site. I could sit around and hope I magically get it when it’s being re-run but that’s not an option. So what can I do? I could get a boot-leg copy off of Bittorrent… but that just doesn’t seem right to me (call me crazy).
I’m saying that I’m willing to pay money via iTunes for it or I’m willing watch some ads and have it streamed online. Why hasn’t every cable network (including Food Network) seen this reality and started implementing these options? I can’t be the only one who wants this.