I used to watch some of the back catalog from South Park on Netflix and before I watched too many episodes of the show, it disappeared. I was rather annoyed at that fact. As it turns out the series is getting a new streaming home.
Hulu is a great place to catch up on past episodes of TV shows that you might have missed when they aired. A lot of people who live outside the U.S. have seen it as a great way to get to watch TV shows that might not be available in their home country.
I never really understood why Hulu would have wanted to sell itself to a new owner. It already had the perfect owners to get access to the content it needs to be successful. Still, the bidders circled with firms like Microsoft and Google said to be in the running.
The RIM Blackberry Playbook tablet launched recently to lackluster reviews. Many of the reviews online thought that the tablet left a lot to be desired and had issues with the firmware on the machine too. One of the bright spots though was that early on Playbook users could access Hulu to watch video content.
So my recent journey with the HP TouchSmart 600 PC is coming to an end. But before I call it a wrap, I thought I’d share with you how the TouchSmart handles itself as a music playback and management system.
This is one area in which I think the TouchSmart software really shines, combining multiple music sources all in a single touch-based interface.
As I mentioned the other day, I’ve been spending the last couple of weeks using the HP TouchSmart 600 PC as a standalone entertainment system. In the first part of this story, I shared my experiences with the TouchSmart’s HDTV and DVR capabilities.
If you happen to meet an Indonesian man and you tell him that you like watching TV programs at Hulu, he may tell you that he just likes staring at Hulus. That’s because “Hulu” means “butt” in Indonesian.