House of Cards

  • June 2, 2017

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  • February 28, 2015

    TTG 49 – Music Royalties

    The Technology Geek Podcast 49 Music Royalties Today in this podcast we discuss Art Bell return in July and music royalties rights issue with podcasting and radio. We talk about Howard Sterns feelings on podcasts. We talk about House Of Cards Season 3 and Hemlock Grove final season. We talk about Bosch on Amazon Prime and prime original programs. We talk about Permaculture Business, my Garden and Microsoft 360 azure outage. We talk about LLC corporations and business insurance. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions. Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss… Microsoft’s Goals For Their New Web Rendering Engine Facebook Puts Users On Suicide Watch Microsoft Closing Two Phone Factories In China Harrison Ford To Return In Blade Runner Sequel Google Knocks Explicit Content On Blogger From Public View Google Now Automatically Converts Flash Ads To HTML5 Google Teams Up With 3 Wireless Carriers To Combat Apple Pay Jury Tells Apple To Pay $532.9 Million In Patent Suit Bye-Bye Paper Ham License Reddit Imposes Ban On Content Posted Without Permission 3 Million Strong RAMNIT Botnet Taken Down appears to be hacked by Lizard Squad Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions… How can I record radio clips? Having trouble slackware linux? How can I load an Android program onto my PC? Earbuds or over head phones? How can I improve Skype for podcasting? Remember to be on a show like this one just pick up your phone and call (570) 630-0744. The best way to improve your chances of being on the air is ask your question or make your point up front, then provide details. Sponsors For Todays Show.. Iron Edison
  • On April 19, Netflix launched all 13 episodes of Hemlock Grove, a horror thriller from Eli Roth.  In Netflix’s quarterly report they stated “We’re very pleased with its early performance. Hemlock Grove was viewed by more members globally in its first weekend than was House of Cards and has been a particular hit among young adults.” This caused Netflix stocks to rise very heavily.  Putting Netflix stock at a high it had not seen in sometime since the huge drop after the whole quickster debacle a few years ago. So far more people have watched the new supernatural show than the political drama House of Cards.  Hemlock Grove along with House of Cards, clearly shows the company’s desire to be a media player similar to HBO and Showtime. It appears that Netflix’s original content strategy is paying off, with more than 3 million new subscribers signing up last quarter. That brings Netflix’s total membership to more than 36 million members. Netflix’s next original content offering is a new season of the cult comedy TV show Arrested Development. All 15 episodes of that series will be available on May 26.  Netflix original programming will also add ‘Orange is the New Black’ on July 11th.
  • February 27, 2013

    House Of Cards Success For Netflix

    Netflix’s second original series House Of Cards which is based on a novel by Michael Dobbs and stars Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Kate Mara is doing great for Netflix.  Netflix took a big gamble spending over 100,000,000 dollars to buy the series and make it a Netflix original series.  Netflix has often times said to be a major player with HBO, Cinemax and Starz they needed original content. 86% Of Netflix Users Say ‘House of Cards’ makes them less likely to cancel their subscription.  Numbers have shown 36% percent called the series “exceptional,” while 43% deemed it “good.” Moreover 1 in every 10 users has watched an episode making House Of Cards the most watched show on Netflix. Unlike a traditional network, Netflix released all 13 episodes of House of Cards’ first season at once, so customers can stream them on their own schedule. With DVR usages becoming more and more prevalent Netflix though this was a good move, and it has been data has shown many people are doing marathon watching of this show. Many people including myself enjoy the technology references to blogging, paper print dying, and Twitter.  The show is wonderful and I have enjoyed the few episodes I have watched all we can hope for is a season two.