Friday, 29 August 2008
It's funny that now we have so many TV channels over here in the UK from digital terrestrial TV to SKY and cable you find that theres less to watch which sounds odd but it true
Theres just not the TV series which i find grab my attention these days as there just popcorn TV as once you have watched you just forget about them unlike the shows i watched as a kid
So now i find i watch more and more shows off the web plus use BBC iplayer and 4OD to watch shows when i want to see them which i feel is the future as most programmes will be streamed to you when and if you want to watch them which is the way all TV will be in years to come
So heres a run down of the shows i watch each week from the web
DL.TV is for tech fans, by tech fans. It features some of the most timely and honest views about what is going on in tech today! Hosted by Robert Heron
Cranky Geeks John C. Dvorak, whose crankiness knows no bounds, is a contributing editor of PC Magazine, for which he has been writing two columns, including the popular Inside Track, since 1986.
Cranky Geeks Link
The Totally Rad Show is the summer blockbuster of geek news shows. Every week, hosts Alex Albrecht, Dan Trachtenberg, and Jeff Cannata rip into the world of movies, video games, tv, comics, and more and pull out what's rad.
The Totally Rad Show Link
Diggnation is a weekly tech/web culture show based on the top digg.com social bookmarking news stories. Hosted by Kevin Rose, Alex Albrecht and a few cans of beer
Tekzilla embrace digital technology. Join the Tekzilla crew and make your tech work better for you. Or you can go live in the woods with an axe. Every Saturday, Patrick Norton and Veronica Belmont deliver product reviews, computer help, tech tips on everything from iPods to camcorders, HD to the Internet, plus do it yourself projects.
Systm is the Do It Yourself show designed for the common geek who wants to quickly and easily learn how to dive into the latest and hottest tech projects. We will help you avoid pitfalls and get your project up and running fast.
Posted by Eyerex at 13:08