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    Cartoon Network Comes 2 Netlix


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    Great news. Thanks.

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    Yeah I totally agree now that just need to tweak there's GUI and APPS a bit and push them a little more up to date and add some sort of "constant play" or "playlist" feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Wilson View Post
    Yeah I totally agree now that just need to tweak there's GUI and APPS a bit and push them a little more up to date and add some sort of "constant play" or "playlist" feature
    Maaaaaaaan, don't push it. This is exactly how a lot of companies go belly up. Technophilia. It's infected every aspect of American life. Suppose "tweaking" and getting "more up to date" with "constant play" yadayadayada added 50% to the cost of a subscription?

    The question isn't whether they can do it, or whether a lot of people might not be willing to pay the higher price. The question is whether the market ultimately can pay for the R&D, or whether it might be smarter to let some competitor do the R&D for them and fall on its face for the trouble.

    Netflix is doing a great job. Leave 'em alone!

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    Dude eimple idea......I'm not asking for HIGHT TECH althoug hif u wanna be honest Netfrlix ideology is gettin ga little DATED at this point why would it go up with a freaking playlist......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Wilson View Post
    Dude eimple idea......I'm not asking for HIGHT TECH althoug hif u wanna be honest Netfrlix ideology is gettin ga little DATED at this point why would it go up with a freaking playlist......
    Dude, simple ideas OFTEN cost a ton! The freaking playlist will have to fit with Netflix's other programming -- therefore you have to pay programmers, then you have customer complaints with the beta, more programming, etc. But did you notice the playlist was the one thing I didn't mention? That's probably the EASIEST of all your suggestions.

    Man, DATED is good. *I* am dated. So is every participant on this forum over age 8. Everything that's called progress ... ain't. Everyone constantly wants updates, and 70% of the time it makes things go from bad to worse. Other countries aren't this crazy. Makes me tired ...

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    AHHHH see all it took was a NEW COMPUTER and my wish came true and LOOK no added fees.......the new Windows 8 Netflix app auto rolls the next feed in a series loop............BOINK

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