Explore - Movies, audios and more! An Online Library

Marc

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For those of you with some time on your hands to explore, visit the Internet Archive - https://archive.org - From movies to concerts to radio programs, it is a treasure trove. Books and software, too!

This is NOT a link to pirated material. The Internet Archive has been around for years and is totally legitimate.

You can see the original QS9000.com home page - My how times have changed... - https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://qs9000.com :notme:

Greatful Dead fan? Grateful Dead Live at Orpheum Theatre on 1976-07-16 (July 16, 1976) - https://archive.org/details/gd1976-07-16.mtx.dan.28042.sbeok.flac16
 
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Marc

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The Internet Archive has some interesting stuff. I like old stuff a lot, and I have Netflix with an old Roku so all my "video" (not to mention audio) needs are fulfilled. I "Cut the cord" some years back and haven't had a TV in the house for years. If Tracey or I want to watch TV or a movie there are two 24" iMacs and a 27" iMac. But then again, we don't watch much TV.

I do have a high, outside OTA antenna and being north of Cincinnati I get Dayton, Cincinnati, Northern KY KET (like PBS) channels, as well as Oxford (also PBS stuff) - 62 or so channels all together. But even the antenna comes in on wifi using EyeTV and HomeRunHD - I simply have all the audio and video I could want. I could run it to a TV, but between Tracey and I the iMacs are all we need.

I brought up the Internet Archive because it's really neat in my opinion. I collect old movies (and radio shows) and love it.

As always, YMMV. You're into sports, as far as I can tell, so this might interest you:

Dish’s “Sling TV” caters to cord cutters with ESPN, CNN, Adult Swim, and more...

http://arstechnica.com/business/201...rd-cutters-with-espn-cnn-adult-swim-and-more/
 
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