Pomplamoose – Another Day

Pomplamoose is at it again!

This time with Another Day

No Posts? Wazzup?

Hi all, I just wanted to drop you all a note about why so few posts. I’m sure your thinking that I must be finding interesting stuff so I’m just dissing you…

lol No not really but I am quite busy. I wish it was all paying work but alas mostly it is personal hobbies and interests.

I am actually working on 2 other blogs right now. They are not public yet but should be available in the next couple weeks. I am finding both these projects to be very exciting.

I guess I will post a little video I found yesterday…

Interesting, the Migration of Man

Based on the information gathered from the Out if Africa series. I found it to be very interesting.

Tweeted out by @donttrythis (Adam Savage)

Check out the migration of humankind from Africa! http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/journey/?

Peter Graves RIP

Peter Graves, One of my favorite actors has passed away.

I really loved the Mission Impossible TV show and I can remember making sure I was watching it each week.

Mission Impossible  Theme Song

LA Times News Report

Wikipedia Article

Wall-Mart Movies, Comcast Death?

Well as most of you know, Wall-Mart is the largest reseller of DVD and Blue ray movies. They also are the largest retailer with Redbox stations in each store.  This really makes them the Leader in new-movie distribution.

According to the New York Times, Wall-Mart has purchased the vudu service. Vudu is a hardware solution for live streaming media over the internet. Vudu is already in many HD ready TV’s and has a thriving Pay Per View service and the largest HD movie availability with over 2000 HD titles available.

This does make Mall-Mart the worlds largest supplier of not only physical new to own media and Rental Media but now also Streaming HD Media? What’s next?

I wonder if this is going to give Netflix or Amazon streaming movies any worries. Netflix has a massive DVD subscription rental service with many movies available for live streaming through your Personal Computer and other devices like the ROKU box.

If we add these services along with the streaming media available from sites like Hulu and ABC, NBC, CBS, and the other networks, what do we get?

The end of Cable and Satellite Television? I think so, bye bye Comcast Direct TV and the others, your history if you do not change your market placement ASAP!

Seems to me like it is time for fully subsidized TV entertainment. All commercial based and streamed from the internet. They could easily offer free televisions and free streaming content by keeping everything advertising based. Imagine heading out to Wall-Mart to pick up your new free 42 inch LCD HD TV take it home and plug it into the wall for power, plug it in or connect wirelessly to your network and watch what you want when you want!

I think it’s time for my favorite show from when I was a kid, maybe the episode where Timmy gets saved 😉

The story from the New York times website