July 20, 2024

10 thoughts on “Market to Market

  1. Hi John,
    I ditched the cable company about 20 years ago and watch almost everything on the web. Here are some of my favorite sites.
    1. http://www.archive.org: lots of old movies, tv shows and documentaries. Plenty of other stuff too.
    2. http://www.wwitv.com: TV from all over the the world.
    3. http://www.channelchooser.com: similar to above but adult stuff too, which you can disable.
    4. http://www.freemoviescinema.com: not the best movies but some classics.
    5. YouTube: search the term “full movie” you may be surprised.
    Let me know what you think.

    1. Thanks Mark. I have put a shortcut to each on my desktop and I will explore each of them and let you know. I have used the YouTube to watch movies before, but I haven’t tried the “full movie” thing yet.

        1. It’s okay, I deleted the extra one. For some reason it went to spam first and I had to approve it. Not sure what’s up with that.
          I still haven’t checked the sites I have on my desktop. My eyes are giving me a problem, so I’m trying to rest them a couple of days.

  2. You should try justin.tv….just that in your browser, you can get movies, old tv shows, streaming music, and live streaming network shows (cnn, msmbc etc) married with children is almost always playing lolol.

    1. I use Justin TV to watch the NFL at times, but it shuts down on me in the middle of the game and I have to find another channel. I haven’t tried it for movies or old TV shows, which is what I really want anyway.

    1. Randy I don’t know anything about VPNs, but shouldn’t they have a server in the country you are for it to work? The StrongVPN does not say they have a server in the PI. The only one that I saw on that page that does (the 1st one) has a lot of negative comments on it.

      1. my brother took a complete netfflix setup to the bahamas and could not get it to work he called netflix and was told would not work outside usa this was 1 year ago

      2. VPN servers are located in the U.S. and is why you can subscribe to streams that are not delivered or “blocked” by foreign countries. When you subscribe to a VPN, your computer indicates a stateside IP address to all that can see it. Don’t forget that the Philippines does practice a certain level of censorship and is why you will never see some western programming there.

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