OKC Streaming

I am quite possibly the most over-equipped person when it comes to my TV. There are no shows I watch on a regular basis (besides football). I have Netflix but hardly ever watch anything. I may leave news on in the background on occasion when I’m doing chores around the house. But there is no need for me to have a 46″ HD LED TV, fully equipped with numerous inputs, wifi, etc. Until today. Today I realized why all these things are not only nice features, but necessities even for me. But there’s no need for me to wax eloquent. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Are you going a little overboard with bringing Grand National into your home? What’s your crazy setup?

3 Responses to OKC Streaming

  1. Vintage_Rider says:

    I was considering the same thing, but when I even try making it “full screen” on my laptop, it is so pixilated it hurts my eyes… is it better for some reason on tv?

  2. RaeOfLight says:

    I had the same fear. My TV is high def, so I don’t know if that makes a difference. But it really looks fine. Maybe even better than the full-screen on the laptop.

  3. leslie says:

    I had you beat until the lightbulb in our projector burned out. :) It was fun to have movie night courtesy USEFNetwork while it lasted, though.

    Vintage_Rider, I’ve had the same problem. I figured my Internet connection just wasn’t fast enough. It will sometimes get really pixelated (think moving impressionist painting) for up to a minute or so, then it goes back to being okay. I’m not sure if that is due to a problem on my end or at the source.

    It happens on my work computer, too, but don’t tell my boss how I know that.

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