That's what I thought too, then I looked at the original post and only about 20 people responded (really surprising). So there wasn't much interest and perhaps he felt it wasn't worth the effort.
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Cable companies want above else for you to use their hardware and their services (DVR, cable box, etc) and are still fighting tooth and nail to cripple competing services on every front.
Well, too bad for them that they can't force me to subscribe to cable. I've even gone so far as to pull out the janky wiring from multiple cable installs over the years in the house I purchased.
Noticed there was a long delay, but I have no speakers at work, so couldn't hear an explanation.
Sounded like they said the sensor noting retraction of the cone dome thing wasn't working so they had to verify visually (that was the camera 62 shot).
But wait, isn't Netflix already paying for their outbound bandwidth?
But we've proved it again and again,
That if once you have paid him the Dane-geld
You never get rid of the Dane.