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    What can you do with a Roku?


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      Here's what I can do with my Roku, you can too:
      Cache Free TV: What Can You Do With a Roku?

      After 2 weeks of Roku hacking, here's my evaluation of the Roku2 XS and Roku LT.

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      Nice job. Thank you!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jim1348 View Post
      Nice job. Thank you!
      You're welcome, I hope you found it useful.
      I'm going to tweak it in over the next couple weeks, it's a lot of ground to cover in a short article. But I did want to get it out there ASAP.

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      You can watch Glenn Beck!
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      Quote Originally Posted by n2rj View Post
      You can watch Glenn Beck!
      And, you have to pay for that "pleasure"!

      Someone on a Roku forum complained that while watching The Glenn Beck Show they heard an annoying noise, and had tried everything to get rid of it to no avail.

      One of the other forum members suggested that there was nothing wrong, the "annoying noise" was actually Glenn Beck.

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      As much as I don't agree with everything he says, I have to hand it to him for doing something new.
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      Quote Originally Posted by n2rj View Post
      As much as I don't agree with everything he says, I have to hand it to him for doing something new.
      Because his TV show was cancelled, and he had to do something to earn a living.

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      Quote Originally Posted by MrPogi View Post
      Because his TV show was cancelled, and he had to do something to earn a living.
      The show was definitely not axed due to ratings though.

      Regardless of his political views, I think GBTV is pushing the internet TV market along. I think it will spur independent producers to go and start their own networks without having to bow to big cable or apply for a license at the FCC.
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