It’s the eve of the Emmy Awards, and television viewers across the nation and around the world are weighing in on who they think will claim the top prize in television tomorrow.
Here at the 2WC we’re waiting until tomorrow to cast our unofficial ballots.
Today, I thought I’d weigh in on this year’s Emmy controversy — the Netflix Invasion.
Since their creation back in 1949, the Emmy Awards have been for television. If you didn’t have to contact your cable provider to view it, then it wasn’t getting nominated for an Emmy.
This year, the Emmys changed the game and Netflix received a total of 14 nominations for their original programming. Read the rest of this entry
Every day, we find out more about how the government is invading our online privacy (if that’s an actual thing).
It seems like we have too options just accept that our personal info is not in fact our own private property, or completely erase your Internet presence. The first option may look like the delusional, defeatist option…but we all know it’s not actually possible to remove anything from the Internet.
This week, there’s some surprisingly good news (sort of). Read the rest of this entry
Pandora gave Internet radio users something to sing about this week.
They’re giving us back our free, unlimited, semi-customizable radio.
After 6 months of having to look elsewhere for our online tunes after we hit our 40-hour monthly limit, we can once again listen to our heart’s content…for now. Read the rest of this entry
For the past few weeks, one of the greatest battles of the modern age was waged.
Odds are you were blissfully unaware. Odds are even greater that you couldn’t care less.
You’ve probably never heard of Spamhaus (a European nonprofit organization that works to block spam from the Internet) or CyberBunker (the attacker).
Just to drive the point home a bit more, here are a few more factoids: Read the rest of this entry