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Watching TV shows on your computer

Mark Glaser drills down on the relatively new phenomenon of watching TV shows on your computer. “Let’s be clear about one thing. Watching TV shows and movies on computer screens — as they exist today — will not replace watching TV and movies on much bigger screens, in much more comfortable environs,” he writes. Hmmm. I’ll give that to him, for now. While DVRs are efficient for recording shows in advance, streaming TV online is useful for those shows you missed and never intended to record in the first place.

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