(Why to) Save the Netflix!

Via on Jul 28, 2011

Redditors have decided that Netflix is the underdog, still a great deal, getting attacked on every side by studios, Wal-Mart…and that it’s the biggest reason more folks don’t pirate videos. So, support.

I’m with ’em. After initially reacting with righteous horror to the price increase, and dumping streaming to a cheaper plan, I’ve read enough that shows that Netflix, an independent innovator, is fighting for its life and still a great effing deal. So, support:

What’s with the fake hair?

Netflix Relief Fund with Jason Alexander from Jason Alexander
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4 Responses to “(Why to) Save the Netflix!”

  1. Yogini5 says:

    Involuntarily minimalist and living simply, Netflix is simply my answer to having no cable and near-nonexistent converter box reception in this digital era, since I live in New York City where there is a lot of interference. I supplement Netflix with Blockbuster kiosk; but I don't always have to have those Blockbuster recently-released movies to be happy—I've been a movie lover for a long time …

  2. […] check them out (but instead forget, get busy, and then usually watch three years down the road on Netflix.) Movies can be a great way to unwind, and definitely fuel my creativity. But when life is busy, […]

  3. […] online and paying for it. The next stop would be movies and TV shows. Of course, the $8.99 for Netflix has allowed many of us to stop ‘stealing’ movies from the […]

  4. Yogini5 says:

    I don't even have streaming speed for the instant, and that's why I supplement the Netflix with Blockbuster Kiosk. It works out great!

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