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In this article, we'll get introduced to client-side service discovery and load balancing via Spring Cloud Netflix Eureka.

In a typical microservice architecture we have many small applications deployed separately and they often need to communicate with each other. Specifically, when we say client service, we mean a service


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          Apple inviterer til ny stor produktlancering: Alt peger på ny streaming-tjeneste, der skal udfordre Netflix og Amazon      Cache   Translate Page      
Den 25. marts har Apple inviteret til en ny stor produktpræsentation, hvor den amerikanske gigant efter alt at dømme vil blæse til krig mod Netflix og Amazon Prime.
          The Science of Obscure Superheroes Part One: The Whizzer      Cache   Translate Page      
Recently I gave a talk for the Reading branch of the British Science Association on the subject of the science of superheroes. It's a subject that's been covered a great deal elsewhere and so I wanted to approach it from a different angle. I decided to focus on the science behind some lesser known superheroes. I chose to discuss The Whizzer, Chunk, Matter Eater Lad, and the Red Bee. I looked at their powers and origin stories and tried to find parallels in real world science. I've adapted my talk into a four part article. This part is about The Whizzer. 

In the 1940s, The Whizzer was Timely Comics' super-fast answer to The Flash. He first appeared in USA Comics #1 (1941). Robert Frank was bitten by a cobra while on a trip to Africa with his father, Dr. Emil Frank. To save Robert’s life, Emil did what any caring responsible, scientist dad would do. He transfused the blood of a mongoose into his son’s body. Luckily this granted Robert the gift of super speed! He found he could run at speeds of up to 100mph, create cyclones by running in circles, and could run up walls and across water.  He of course, used these gifts to fight crime.

If the Whizzer sounds familiar to you it may be because a version of the character appeared in the second season of Jessica Jones. This Robert Frank was radically different from his comic book counterpart, although Netflix provided a little nod to his roots, by giving him a pet mongoose.


Robert Frank was the subject of xenotransfusion - the transfer of blood from one species into the veins of another.  But how plausible is the idea that humans can take on the characteristics of animals through the transfusion of their blood? Well, very plausible, if you happen to be a scientist from the 17th Century. 

On June 15th 1667 a French physician named Jean-Baptiste Denys performed the first documented blood transfusion on a human. Denys bled a feverish 15 year old boy with leeches before treating him with a transfusion of lamb’s blood. The idea was that the calm, gentle nature of the lamb would be transferred to the boy. The boy survived, although this was probably only because Denys had transfused so little of the lamb’s blood into him. Denys had further success performing the same experiment again on a butcher. It wasn’t until he performed it on a third subject that he got into trouble.


Antoine Mauroy was a mentally ill man, well known in Paris for terrifying the locals with his antics. Denys and his colleagues thought they might be able to cure Mauroy by replacing his “bad” blood with the “pure” blood of a calf. Mauroy was picked up off the street and forced to take part in the experiment against his will. Denys performed the experiment in the presence of a group of rich aristocrats whose hobbies included witnessing new and risky scientific procedures.  The experiment was performed a second time and appeared to actually have a positive effect on Mauroy.  According to science writer Pete Moore, there was a reason for Mauroy’s positive reaction to the transfusion that was peculiar to him. He had syphilis.

Mauroy’s white blood cells attacked the unfamiliar blood in much the same way as they would attack a disease. This caused a raging fever. Fever is a known treatment of tertiary syphilis. Two and a half centuries later, Julius Wagner-Jauregg would receive the Nobel Prize for treating syphilis by deliberately infecting patients with malaria. Denys had accidentally treated Mauroy’s syphilis!

After the second transfusion Mauroy went back to his debauched ways. His wife begged Denys to perform the procedure again, which he did. This time Mauroy died and Denys found himself on trial for murder.

You might be thinking “Serves the silly bugger right! This is what happens when you go injecting people full of cow’s blood”. But it wasn’t as cut and dried as it might have first seemed. It was later found that Mauroy had actually died of arsenic poisoning. Denys was let off the hook, and Mauroy’s wife was found guilty of poisoning his soup. It would seem that, in a plot worthy of Columbo, Mrs Mauroy had grown tired of her husband’s debauched antics and saw Denys’s experiments as a convenient scapegoat for his murder! Other historians have argued that Mrs Mauroy herself was a scapegoat and that enemies of the experiment murdered Mauroy in a successful effort to get the icky and ungodly practice of blood transfusion banned in Europe. Either way, it just goes to show that if you are going to practice risky, untested medical procedures then make sure you’re not performing them on a complete prat who everybody's trying to kill.

These days we know a lot more about the risks of blood transfusion. We know that even humans are not universally transfusion-compatible. Humans are divided into blood groups that determine who can receive blood from whom without suffering a severe immune reaction that can be fatal. That’s because our immune system senses molecules on the surface of red blood cells and reacts aggressively to red blood cells that don’t have the right kind of surface molecules. This is why when we receive blood transfusions our blood group has to match the donor blood. Our blood must have the same kind of surface molecules on its red blood cells as the cells in the donor blood. 

These blood groups are not just limited to humans. They are also found in our close relatives in the animal kingdom, especially other primates. Theoretically you could receive a blood transfusion from a gorilla or a chimpanzee, if you shared the same blood group. You might wonder why we aren’t all getting monkey blood on the NHS. Well, there are still minor differences between the blood of humans, and apes, and we don’t know what effects these differences would have. Also, great apes are endangered and they’re not exactly easy to come by. 


So, is there an animal alternative? And is it a mongoose!?

Xenotransfusion research is currently focusing on pigs rather than apes, and it’s not just because there’s bloody loads of pigs around the place. Pig’s blood is quite similar to human blood. Our red blood cells are about the same size and have the same life span as a pig’s red blood cells. There are other similarities too, such as the structure of the haemoglobin – the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body.  

Pigs could also be genetically modified to produce red blood cells that are equivalent to human type O negative. O Negative blood cells are called “universal” meaning they can be transfused to almost any patient in need. O Negative blood is what patients are given when they need an emergency transfusion and there’s no time to figure out the patient’s blood type.

You might be asking yourself “Yeah, but what about the poor pigs?” Rest assured that if we were to use pigs for blood transfusions there would be no need for them to come to any harm. Only 10% of the pig’s blood volume would be used each time, leaving the pig in need of nothing more than a biscuit and lie down. 

Due to the fact that kind humans are still willing to donate blood, and also due to advances in both the storing of blood and in getting what we need from it, it’s unlikely that any of us will be receiving pig’s blood transfusions any time soon. Even if we did however, the process unfortunately would not grant us the strength, speed, and agility of a pig.


Come back tomorrow for part two!

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          Reuters сообщило о планах Apple представить новый видеосервис      Cache   Translate Page      
Apple анонсировала презентацию новых продуктов 25 марта. Слоган мероприятия — «It`s show time» («Пришло время шоу»). Что будет представлено на презентации — не сообщается, однако по данным Reuters, речь пойдет о новом теле- и видеосервисе компании.Как говорят источники агентства, запуск стримингового сервиса запланирован на апрель. Он будет включать в себя подписку на контент телерадиосети CBS, медиаконгломерата Viacom и канала Starz. Кроме того, по информации собеседников Reuters, ведутся переговоры с HBO.Агентство отмечает, что Apple давно «намекает» на новый сервис, тратя $2 млрд на производство собственного контента и контракты с мировыми звездами, в частности телеведущей Опрой Уинфри. Платформа по задумке должна составить конкуренцию Netflix и Amazon.Почему Apple перестала быть самой инновационной компанией мира — читайте в публикации “Ъ”.
          3/12/2019: ARTS: ‘Men feeling less relevant’      Cache   Translate Page      

BEN Affleck has said there are men who feel what they have to offer is no longer meaningful in a changing world. The actor, who left rehab in November after being treated for alcohol addiction, will soon be seen in the Netflix film Triple Frontier,...
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Back in November, we reported that Netflix was continuing on with its proud anime fandom by moving forward with an anime adaptation of Pacific Rim and a spin-off of its original series Altered Carbon. Today, via Variety, Netflix announced some more anime stuff, specifically an adaptation of the Dragon’s Dogma video…

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These days, most of us have more monthly digital subscriptions than we have plants or people on our Favorites contacts. There’s that ever-increasing Netflix subscription, Amazon Prime, Spotify and Apple Music (just in case Solange drops a surprise video release), Hulu, Shudder for your genre fix, and that fucking

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          Big News and we talk Losers, The Order, Juanita and more! | Top 3 Upcoming Netflix Releases & News!      Cache   Translate Page      

Welcome to Netflix Picks – The weekly show covering new Netflix releases, and helping you choose what to binge watch this week. We also serve up all the latest in Netflix News, and our Top 3 upcoming releases. Join us and let us know what you’re watching on Netflix! Rick Hong – @rickhong, Steve Kaufmann […]

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          Netflix is doubling down on interactive shows following the success of Bandersnatch      Cache   Translate Page      

Todd Yellin, VP of product for Netflix, said during a recent keynote presentation at the FICCI Global convention on Indian Media & Entertainment Industry that Bandersnatch was a huge hit both in India and around the world. As such, it’s something they want to bet more on.

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          Netflix Announces Dragon's Dogma Anime      Cache   Translate Page      
Originally released on the PS3 and 360 back in 2012, Dragon's Dogma has a had a little bit of a resurgence thanks to a solid current-gen remaster, and the upcoming Switch release later this year. But that's not the only new slice of life the game is getting: it's also being turned into an anime, courtesy of Netflix. More »
   
 
 

          A List of Pirate Bay Proxies      Cache   Translate Page      

One uses torrents for many needs and purposes. Whether it be to download the latest series that is on Netflix but has somehow found its way onto the Pirate index or maybe you’re downloading the latest version of Photoshop onto your PC to use and get work completed. Whatever be the reason for you trying […]

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The term “Netflix for podcasts” or “YouTube for podcasts” has been thrown around in a number of rece
          March 12, 2019: Hour 2      Cache   Translate Page      
Jonathan Van Ness — one of the five guys on the hit Netflix series "Queer Eye," which begins it's new season on Friday — speaks with Here & Now's Robin Young about being confident and tapping into one's curiosity. Also, a new study predicts what your city may look like in 2080. At it's current rate, New York City will feel as warm as northern Arkansas in 2080.
          6 Ways to KonMari Your Dating Life, Straight From the Experts      Cache   Translate Page      

When I read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, something amazing happened. I applied the principles, I eliminated everything that didn't spark joy, and my life changed miraculously. I rid myself of belongings that were no longer serving me, and I realized how manageable the things in my life were. What had felt too overwhelming to tackle - like my complicated long-term relationship - suddenly seemed so simple. I realized so clearly that my stuff and I did not belong with someone who didn't spark joy, so I left.

I know this sounds crazy, but once I let go of my negative relationship, I felt like my aura changed. For the first time in a long time, I was truly happy, and it opened so many doors for me. And now that the KonMari method is gaining popularity thanks to her hit Netflix show, it got me thinking about what would happen if we applied these principles to our dating lives. I asked a couple of experts to weigh in, and if you're feeling at all stuck with your current situation, you're going to want to read this.


          Thomas Merton and a Hedgehog on the Hero's Journey      Cache   Translate Page      

Trappist Blogging
in Honor of Thomas Merton's
100th Birthday:
Essay 5 of 6 on
"Fire Watch, July 4, 1952,"
the epilogue of 
The Sign of Jonas




Part One:  Fear of the Dark
In Yuri Norstein's enchanting animated short
Hedgehog in the Fog (1975), our hero ventures
into the fog drawn by a beautiful vision.  It is
a classic hero story, where the hero embarks
on a quest that leads to deeper self-knowledge.
Hedgehog in the Fog shares much in common
with Thomas Merton's "Fire Watch," where
Merton's solitary trek through the monastery
 leads to revelation.

Defying traditional expectations, Thomas Merton depicts the dark as spiritually good.  This is in the nature of a paradigm shift—and it’s not easy to cause a shift in anything as hidebound as a 2,000- year-old religion anchored to a set of ancient sacred texts.

In the very first paragraph of “Fire Watch, July 4, 1952,” Merton writes:

“You (God) have seen the morning and the night, and the night was better.”

Merton’s God blesses the darkness.  This is a concept that would seem to fly in the face of much scripture:

The hero's journey continues.
Top frame: The hedgehog sees a beautiful
vision of a white horse in the fog.  Middle
frame:  Unseen by the hedgehog, the horse
sniffs a leaf that that the hedgehog has
dropped.  Bottom frame:  Safely home, the
hedgehog is haunted by the vision of
the horse.  In "Fire Watch," Merton
pursues an unattainable intimacy,
yearning to receive answers from God
to his existential questions.
“And God said, ‘Let there be light’; and there was light.  And God saw that the light was good; and God separated the light from the darkness.”  (Note:  Light good, dark bad.)
Genesis 1:3-4

“So Moses stretched out his hand toward heaven, and there was thick darkness in all the landof Egypt three days… but all the people of Israelhad light where they dwelt.”  (Note:  Light good, dark bad.)
Exodus 10:22-23

“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who dwelt in a land of deep darkness, on them has light shined.”  (Note:  Light good, dark bad.)
Isaiah 9:2

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”  (Note:  Light good, dark bad.)
John 1:5

“Let us then cast off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light.”  (Note:  Light good, dark bad.)
Romans 13:12

While positive passages about darkness exist in the Bible, they are few and far between.  Negative views of darkness overwhelmingly predominate.

The hero's journey continues.
Wandering lost in the fog, hoping to see the
horse again, the hedgehog is frightened by
mysterious beasts of the night:  an owl, a
bat, and an elephant, dimly seen.  As he
wanders through the monastery at night,
Merton evokes a haunted house:  "Shadows
move everywhere... There are faint sounds
in the darkness, the empty choirstalls creak
and hidden boards mysteriously sigh."
But Merton saw through this darkness surrounding darkness to realize that the light-dark dichotomy was always intended as metaphor, and that sometimes metaphors must change with the times.  Darkness served as a favorite image in ancient times because it was universally known and feared.  Our contemporary fears of darkness are much milder by comparison.  If fear begins to seize us, we can simply flick on a light switch, performing our own, “Let there be light.”

When the books of the Bible were written, intense anxieties about the night, the darkness, and the wilderness were very real and reasonable. Communities banded close together to protect themselves from the dangers that lurked outside.  Assurances of safety dissolved when the sun sank below the horizon. The civilized space contracted.  People gathered together within known, familiar spaces... and they barred the doors.  The wilderness outside the city walls, home to dangerous animals and bandits, advanced closer in the darkness.  Any venture out into the dark carried considerable risk.  Better to wait inside for the night to pass and a new day to dawn.

A twentieth century man living in the first full century of electric illumination, Thomas Merton was open to finding new metaphors to express the old truths.  For him, the night was simply an unexplored space—like the terra incognita at the edge of an old map.  With less to fear, he was more aware that God was fully present in the dark, blessing the night just as he blessed the day.

At the close of “Fire Watch,” Merton prophetically speaks for God:

The Voice of God is heard in Paradise:
“What was vile has become precious.  What is now precious was never vile.  I have always known the vile as precious for what is vile I know not at all.”
“Fire Watch, July 4, 1952”
Thomas Merton

In the new metaphor, there’s nothing to fear in the dark.  The night assumes a new dignity, now recognized as precious before God.

The hero's journey continues.
Despite his fears, the hedgehog ultimately finds only kindness and
compassion in the fog.  Left: A dog (with very scary jaws) returns the
hedgehog's lost bag to him.  Right: When the hedgehog falls into a
stream, a fish offers him a ride back to safety.  In "Fire Watch,"
Merton writes that the animals in the wilderness outside the monastery
are misunderstood.  "That is why some people act as if the night and the
forest and the heat and the animals had in them something of contagion,
whereas the heat is holy and the animals are the children of God..."

The hero's journey at its most sublime.
Perhaps the most beautiful of all the images in Hedgehog in the Fog,
the hedgehog uses a firefly to light his way as he moves forward
through a cathedral of trees.  The world appears sacred.  In "Fire Watch,"
Thomas Merton writes:  "Now the huge chorus of living beings rises up
out of the world beneath my feet:  life singing in the watercourses,
throbbing in the creeks and the fields and the trees, choirs of millions
and millions of jumping and flying and creeping things.  And far above
me the cool sky opens upon the frozen distance of the stars."





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Reference Source
The Sign of Jonas by Thomas Merton

Click here for the entire six-part Fire Watch series.

© 2015 Lee Price

          Apple to unveil its video streaming service on March 25      Cache   Translate Page      

[USA], Mar 12 (ANI): If Netflix and Amazon were not enough for you, Apple is set to join the league of video streaming services. If the latest reports are anything to go by, we might be able to get a peek into the long-rumoured service on March 25.

Apple’s spring event will happen on March 25 at the Steve Jobs theater on the company’s Cupertino campus. As Engadget reports, the invite hints at the possibility of Apple announcing its video service.

The purported service is expected to combine some original programming with content from existing content providers.

In addition to the anticipated video service, the event will witness the traditional unveiling of new iPads. This year, Apple is expected to unveil the iPad (7th-generation) that will retain the conventional headphone jack and Touch ID. (ANI)


          Netflix F1 series gets rave reviews from fans on social media | 2019 F1 season      Cache   Translate Page      
F1 fans and newcomers to the series have given rave reviews to Netflix's new series "Driver to Survive".

          Netflix Series 'On My Block' Heads Back to LA for Season 2      Cache   Translate Page      

Netflix's On My Block returns this spring for its second season. The series was officially renewed in April of 2018 and, this month, it's coming back to the streaming service. The coming-of-age comedy drama will pick up where its inaugural season left off: in a rough inner-city neighborhood in LA. The show's diverse group of friends reconnect after Ruby - played by Jason Genao - experiences a close encounter with death. Monse and Caesar - the series' favorite couple - reconnect with their wise friend Ruby and nerdy conspiracy theorist in Jamal for a new set of thrills all while juggling the challenges of high school. The latest trailer brings the cast together once more as they look to protect Jamal's found treasure related to RollerWorld - an old amusement park in the neighborhood rumored to be resting atop $200K USD. The Teen Choice Award-winning series will make its return on March 29 on Netflix. Take a look at the trailer for On My Block season two above and let us know if you plan on tuning in. In other news, you can now view the first full trailer for Disney's Aladdin.   View this post on Instagram   The squad is back. @onmyblock, March 29 A post shared by Netflix US (@netflix) on Mar 12, 2019 at 8:00am PDT

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          New Netflix Anime: Dragon’s Dogma, Vampire in the Garden & Super Crooks      Cache   Translate Page      

Netflix will be offering us new anime content soon enough. The streaming service has announced partnerships with animation studios Anima, Sublimation, and David Production. It has also shared details on both “new and existing projects” with current partners Production I.G, Wit Studio, and BONES. With how Castlevania turned out (go watch it!), I’m looking forward […]

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          “Santa Clarita Diet” Season 3 Trailer Asks Joel A Very Good Question      Cache   Translate Page      

The trailer for Santa Clarita Diet season 3 has been released and it asks Joel Hammond a very good question about how he wants his life to be. The third outing will be available on Netflix come March 29, 2019. Santa Clarita Diet is one of my favorite Netflix series. It has given a fun […]

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          SUPER CROOKS and SPRIGGAN In Development as NETFLIX Anime      Cache   Translate Page      
From the streaming service's division in Japan.
          Greek Mythology Anime Series ‘Gods and Heroes’ Coming to Netflix From the Animators of ‘Castlevania’      Cache   Translate Page      

Netflix is continuing to grow its anime collection with a new uniquely international series. Gods and Heroes is an original anime series inspired by Greek mythology that follows a young man who learns that he is the illegitimate son of Zeus. The series comes from the studio behind Netflix’s hit anime series Castlevania and creators Charley and […]

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          ‘On My Block’ Season 2 Trailer: The Most-Binged Netflix Series of 2018 Offers Some Positively Life-Changing News      Cache   Translate Page      

After teasing fans with a somber clip of the first four minutes of the second season of On My Block, Netflix has finally released the On My Block season 2 trailer. And along with a reassuring glimpse of the gang all back together, the official trailer also brings back some much-needed humor after the grim cliffhanger. Watch […]

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          Fingerless Mitts with Startup Library: Knitting      Cache   Translate Page      

Note: I paid for the yearly subscription/kit (not sponsored) - but this post does contain affiliate links to Bluprint)

I've restarted knitting...yay!!!! I learned to knit about 15 years ago, but then switched to sewing. I'm so excited to knit again. Don't worry- my sewing isn't going anywhere...it's my true crafty love :).

I wanted a portable hobby while I'm watching the kids at swim lessons or basketball practice - so back to yarn crafts! I signed up for the Bluprint - Starter Library Class and LOVE it (I also got the kit too)! The videos and instructions are fabulous and cover EVERY SINGLE step!  

I just finished the first project - Fingerless Mitts  and love them!!! I still need to block them, but was too excited to share! Plus I can't decide on which scent of Soak Wash - do you have a favorite????



I actually chose to sign up for the Bluprint Yearly Subscription so I could watch ALL the classes, plus choose 12 classes for my forever library - including this Startup Library - Knitting class so the subscription is a GREAT deal! Plus there are sooooo many different classes and it's less than Netflix or Hulu!!! 




Supplies for Fingerless Mitts:
1. Startup Library Knitting and/or the Blueprint annual or monthly subscription
2.  Fingerless Mitts Knitting Kit
3. Soak Wash - tell me your favorite scent.



I already wore my new Fingerless Mitts today when taking the kiddos to school....brrrr! Up next - is the striped hat!!!

Plus - here is a fun promotion with Bluprint too!

Take $10 Off When You Spend $50+ On Supplies with code SAVE10 at shop.mybluprint.com 2/19-2/20/19.

Don't forget to sign up for the Bluprint Monthly and Annual Subscription before Thursday for this awesome deal!



Have a great day and happy crafting! 

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          Marta Kauffman's Reasons for Never Reviving Friends Are Perfect So Let's Stop Asking      Cache   Translate Page      

We are officially done asking for a Friends reunion.

Or more specifically we're done asking for a Friends revival. The cast can reunite all they want, but as they've all said many times, the show will never be revived. 

In an interview about her career for Rolling Stone, co-creator Marta Kauffman was asked why she's so adamant that the show will never be revived, and she spoke only the truth.

"There are several reasons. One, the show is about a time in your life when your friends are your family. It's not that time anymore. All we'd be doing is putting those six actors back together, but the heart of the show would be gone. Two, I don't know what good it does us. The show is doing just fine, people love it. [A reunion] could only disappoint. 'The One Where Everyone's Disappointed.'" 

Where is the lie, we ask? 

Friends Cast's Many Reunions

All 10 seasons are available on Netflix (and will be at least through the end of this year, before they very possibly move to the new Warner Media streaming service, but that's another story), meaning it's pretty hard to run out of episodes to watch. The show's easy availability also means that a whole new generation of kids can now watch it, which is partly what has generated the reunion questions. 

"It's a comfort-food show," Kauffman said of why it's still so popular. "These are trying times, and certain people want the comfort food rather than the difficult, mean-spirited kind of show. It's warm, it's cozy, [the characters] love each other. What's not to love about that?" 

Kauffman also opened up about the moments she and co-creator David Crane knew that the show was a hit. 

"There were two moments. The first was our very first rehearsal when we had all six of them onstage for the first time and they read the scene in the coffeehouse. I got chills up and down my spine and thought, "This is special. There is something about these six, this script for them, that's special,'" Kaufman recalled. "The other was when I was walking down one of the main drags here in a Friends jacket and someone stopped me on the street to ask what was going to happen to Ross and Rachel. Lots of articles had come out and we were seeing them on magazine covers in airports, but that's the stuff that got to me more—hearing it in conversation in a restaurant, my rabbi asking me about it, when it started reaching me in such strange connections." 

Kauffman also co-created Grace & Frankie, and is working on a few other new projects, including a TNT pilot and an adaptation of the book We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves

Friends aired on NBC from 1994 to 2004. 

E! and NBC are both part of the NBC Universal family. 

Marta Kauffman's Reasons for Never Reviving Friends Are Perfect So Let's Stop Asking originally appeared on Eonline.com
          Netflix for News: Apple’s service could launch on 25th March      Cache   Translate Page      
Apple's news subscription serviceApple just revealed that its holding an event on 25th of March. The tagline reads “It’s show time.” which has been linked to the company releasing its video streaming service. But the company could also release its news subscription service which has turned into a controversial topic even before its release. Few weeks ago it

          Çağatay Ulusoy aldığı kilolarla hayranlarını şaşırttı!      Cache   Translate Page      

Hakan-Muhafız’ın yeni sezon çekimlerine başlayan oyuncu Çağatay Ulusoy uzattığı sakalları ve aldığı kilolarla hayranlarını şaşırttı. Son döneme damgasını vuran oyuncuların başında gelen Çağatay Ulusoy, Türkiye’nin ilk Netflix dizisinin başrolü olarak da bu başarısını taçlandırdı. Ancak ünlü oyuncu son dönemde aldığı kilolarla tanınmaz hale geldi. İmajını değiştiren, sakallarını uzatan ve oldukça kilo alan Çağatay Ulusoy’un son […]

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          Academy Rule Changes From the Spielberg Vs. Netflix Battle? Maybe Not What You Think      Cache   Translate Page      
It's very possible that there won't be any rule changes at all — or that the changes occur in a different way altogether.
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In today’s TV roundup, “On My Block” Season 2 releases a trailer and Netflix announces that it will add a new anime show to its slate, “Gods & Heroes.” FIRST LOOKS Netflix has given us a sneak peek into Season 2 of “On My Block” to be released on March 29.  The coming-of-age comedy, co-created by […]
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At this point, there are still tons of unknowns surrounding the streaming video service Apple is reportedly going to unveil at an event March 25, during which we will hopefully get to see, among other things, the first actual clips from shows that will be part of Apple's forthcoming Netflix rival. The event, which is set for 10 a.m. local time at the Steve Jobs Theater, is momentous for a few reasons. There's the announcement itself, which will take the iPhone maker into territory dominated by rivals like Netflix and HBO -- streaming giants that have been at this for a long time and know better than anyone how difficult it is to pick creators and shows that generate buzz, viewership and the prestige that creatives team in any field covet. The forthcoming event will also be the first time Apple has used the venue for something other than an iPhone announcement. "It's show time," Apple's official media announcement for the event declares, and two analysts for the investment firm Wedbush certainly think that's the case for multiple reasons. For starters, based on a new commentary about Apple's plans that the analysts distributed to clients today, 100 million subscribers for Apple's forthcoming Netflix rival appears to be a "realistic medium-term goal," the note reads. "If Apple executes with minimal speed bumps and aggressively acquires content given the company’s massive installed base and unmatched brand loyalty," the analysts write, then reaching 100 million subs for this new service in the 3-to-5-year timeframe seems a realistic target. One that could add as much as $10 billion in additional revenue to Apple's coffers -- and serve as one more Apple product that keeps customers tied in to the company's ecosystem. The note is one more indication that a much-anticipated reveal of what Apple has been working toward in terms of original shows is what attendees March 25 will most be looking forward to. We may also get a sense of Apple's rumored Apple News-related subscription offering around things like newspapers and magazines, assuming the company has been able to smooth over disagreements with publishers that have apparently threatened to delay that announcement. The streaming TV service, though, is the big gamble -- an attempt to try something much more difficult than it looks and which is also generating competition at an exponential rate these days. Disney, AT&T, NBC and so many other deep-pocketed brands are likewise jumping into the crowded streaming waters. There's a legitimate question about how much quality content can actually exist out there, and how much subscribers will want to sign up to pay for, which makes offerings like Apple's all the more risky -- and potentially lucrative if the company is able to successfully pull this off. Interestingly, the Wedbush note paints Apple's March 25 announcement as merely "the drumroll" to something much bigger -- a major "transformative" content acquisition sometime this year that immediately vaults Apple into the top tier of contenders in the streaming arm's race. "We (and many others) are finally getting what we hoped for and predicted as the company is set to announce its inaugural streaming video content service that will be a linchpin in further expanding its services wings into areas such as video content and potentially gaming over the next decade," the note reads. The new streaming service will likely launch this fall, the note continues, "and will include a host of content partners (e.g. HBO remains the biggest X variable) as well as original content from Apple with the company currently in production deals with Oprah, Reese Witherspoon/Jennifer Aniston, Steven Spielberg, and a handful of other projects as the company is spending roughly $1 billion on original content this year." Of course, companies like Amazon and Netflix are spending much more than that on content through the end of the year, which is why the Wedbush analysts think "the clock has struck midnight for Cupertino" to executive a major content acquisition of some sort. And to do it this year, with possible M&A deals including team-ups with studios like a24, Lionsgate, Sony and even Netflix.
          The roots of extremism, with Deeyah Khan      Cache   Translate Page      
What draws someone into an extremist movement? Is it about ideology? Race? Politics? So many of our discussions about extremism try to explain away the problem by reducing its complexity, but that brings us further and further away from actually solving it.
Deeyah Khan is a British documentary filmmaker and human rights activist. She’s the creator of two extraordinary films airing on Netflix right now, White Right: Meeting the Enemy and Jihad: A Story of the Others. The films do a remarkable job of showing why these opposing brands of extremism are both similar and reciprocal, and why the people they attract mirror each other in so many ways.
Khan spent hours with the most extreme figures she could find, and made a real effort to understand what’s motivating them. She sat down with Vox’s interviews writer, Sean Illing, for a conversation about what she discovered, why the roots of fanaticism are much deeper than we suppose, and what we have to do win the battle against hatred.
Recommended reading:
It's Not About the Burqa by Mariam Khan
From Fatwa to Jihad by Kenan Malik
Faith and Feminism in Pakistan by Afiya S. Zia


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Kevin Hart is gearing up for this first Netflix standup special after his Oscars controversy. Hart teamed up with the streaming platform for a family-friendly black history special. “Kevin Hart: Irresponsible” is set to debut on April 2nd and will touch on Hart’s friends, family, travel and his “irresponsible behavior.” Kevin has had more than […]
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          Netflix выпустит аниме по Dragon’s Dogma      Cache   Translate Page      
Удивительно, как одиночная RPG 2012 года остается актуальной и по сей день. Capcom проделала отличную работу с Dragon’s Dogma, и не только в плане игрового процесса, но еще и истории со вселенной, которую многие так и не смогли оценить по причине отсутствия в игре русских субтитров. Но в скором времени ситуация будет исправлена, потому что
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Если Netflix и взялась что-то снимать, то в итоге обязательно доведет это дело до конца и сделает все максимально качественно. За последние годы стриминговый сервис очень сильно поднял планку качества своей продукции и в этом году выделил аж 12 миллиардов долларов на производство. Эти деньги коснулись и сериала “Ведьмак”, который уже вовсю снимается. Пока что
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Global streaming giant Netflix has entered into partnerships with Japanese production companies Anima, Sublimation. and David Production. On top of earlier deals with Production I.G and bones in 2018, these team-ups will add more fuel to the platform’s ever growing original anime engine. “Netflix aims to be the most compelling and attractive home for anime […]
          Netflix Orders Greek Myth Series ‘Gods & Heroes’ from ‘Castlevania’ Studio      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Gods & Heroes, an original anime series set in the world of Greek Mythology. The series tells the story of a young man who, cast aside by his people, learns that he is the illegitimate son of Zeus. He alone can save both Heaven and Earth but to do […]
          Netflix Announces Dragon's Dogma Anime      Cache   Translate Page      
Originally released on the PS3 and 360 back in 2012, Dragon's Dogma has a had a little bit of a resurgence thanks to a solid current-gen remaster, and the upcoming Switch release later this year. But that's not the only new slice of life the game is getting: it's also being turned into an anime, courtesy of Netflix. More »
   
 
 

          Netflix grants a series order to Gods & Heroes Greek mythology anime      Cache   Translate Page      
Just when you thought the big and small screen were getting overcrowded with the likes of superheroes, along comes Netflix with news that they've ordered eight episodes of an original anime series titled GODS & HEROES. Now, while the heroes of Greek myth aren't prone to swinging through the streets of Gotham or protecting New York City from alien threats, the characters… Read More...
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Après l’adaptation cinéma datant de 1998 du manga Spriggan de Hiroshi Takashige et Ryoji Ninagawa, Netflix relance la franchise avec la production d’un nouveau anime ! C’est David Production (Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Fire Force) qui est chargé de la série. Le manga d’origine est sortit dans les années 1990 aux éditions Glénat, sous le titre Striker. […]
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Three historians slice and dice what actually happened in one of the greatest manhunts in American history. We have decided to run all of the opposing evidence from Robert Utley, John Boessenecker and John Fusco, and let you, the reader, decide for yourself. We blew out the entire editorial well and went wall-to-wall with first class editorial warfare; these are heavyweights going at it, toe-to-toe. And, while they don’t always agree, you can sense the passion all three of them have for the subject at hand. If you read this issue and then watch the Fusco-written Netflix movie, The Highwaymen, you will not only have a solid idea of what really happened, but you will know where the bodies are buried, so to speak...MORE
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On the heels of its groundbreaking foray into interactive storytelling with the choose-your-own-adventure style “Black Mirror” episode, Bandersnatch, Netflix will look to produce much more interactive entertainment, according to vice president of content, Todd Yellin. Speaking at the FICCI-Frames conference for Indian media and entertainment in Mumbai, Yellin said in a keynote that audiences could […]
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          Netflix quiere películas de comedia y romance interactivas como ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’      Cache   Translate Page      
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Tras el éxito de 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch', Netflix abre la puerta para lanzar películas interactivas de comedia, romance y más.

Tras el éxito de su película interactiva, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, Netflix tiene intenciones de seguir apostando por este tipo de contenido y ampliarlo a otros géneros. De acuerdo con Variety, Todd Yellin, vicepresidente de producto de la empresa, dijo durante una conferencia en Mumbai que Netflix lanzará más cintas interactivas luego del éxito obtenido con su primer experimento.

"Estamos impulsando eso, así que esperen ver más narraciones interactivas en el próximo año o dos" dijo Yellin. Netflix planea explorar más géneros como comedia o incluso una película romántica. "Podría ser un romance, donde el público puede elegir si ella sale con él o con otro" dijo el responsable de producto de la tecnológica.

Bandersnatch es la primera película de Black Mirror. Con un esquema basado en los juegos "elige tu propia aventura" que se popularizaron en los años noventa, Charlie Brooker entregó un guión que solo podía ejecutarse en una plataforma como Netflix.

Durante la transmisión, los usuarios tienen que tomar decisiones que afectan el rumbo de la película. La presencia de cinco finales invita al espectador a ajustar las elecciones con el fin de conocer todos los desenlaces posibles. Esto ha funcionado relativamente bien con un universo como Black Mirror, pero ¿podría aplicarse para otros géneros?

Comedia, romance, ¿qué más?

La estructura de una experiencia interactiva como Bandersnatch podría aplicar sin ningún problema para otro género, siempre y cuando la trama lo justifique y las decisiones sean significativas. Si bien este tipo de contenido toma inspiración de los videojuegos, la estrategia de Netflix toma otro rumbo ya que permite que el público sea quien proporcione el entretenimiento.

Bandersnatch fomentó la búsqueda de finales entre los espectadores, guiándolos de la mano en muchas situaciones. Este tipo de mecánicas fueron criticadas por diseñadores emblemáticos de juegos, como el mismo Warren Spector — creador de Deus Ex y System Shock — quien comparó el trabajo de diseño de la película con el de un desarrollador aficionado.

Lo cierto es que las experiencias interactivas de Netflix y los videojuegos tienen un enfoque distinto. La plataforma de streaming busca que el espectador pase el mayor tiempo posible consumiendo el contenido, crea pistas a modo de contenido publicitario e invita al público a que descubra todo lo que ofrece la serie o película.

Un buen guión, decisiones que causan un efecto significativo y una actuación notable serán clave para el futuro de las series y películas interactivas de Netflix.


          Globomedia adaptará la novela de dos españolas, ‘Antihéroes’, a serie      Cache   Translate Page      
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  • El libro está escrito por Iria G. Parente y Selene M. Pascual, que acaban de publicar su décimo libro.
  • La estación fantasma de Chamberí, en Madrid, es uno de los lugares icónicos de 'Antihéroes'.

El 12 de marzo de 2018 se publicaba Antihéroes, escrito por las jóvenes españolas Iria G. Parente y Selene M. Pascual y editado de la mano de Nocturna Ediciones. Este martes, un año después, se ha anunciado lo que sus seguidores llevaban esperando desde verano: el libro será adaptado por Globomedia en forma de serie, tal y como han informado este martes sus autoras a través de Twitter.

Antihéroes es la historia de cinco adolescente con poderes a los que la organización secreta, llamada CIRCE, trata de reconducir porque no han utilizado correctamente sus poderes. Cuando Yeray es capturado por CIRCE y llevado a una instalación secreta en la estación fantasma de Chamberí, conocerá a otros cuatro antihéroes que, como él, han usado sus poderes en contra de lo que esta institución considera como correcto. Esther, Mei, Alicia y Cristian se unirán a Yeray para huir de CIRCE. Después, tendrán que esconderse, pero ¿podrán los cinco alejarse de las garras de la organización?

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Entre los mensajes que esta historia trasmite el más importante la aceptación de uno mismo. Para ello las autoras presentan protagonistas con cuerpos distintos, sexualidad diferentes y todo tipo de colores de piel. Aunque también hablan de otros temas importantes para los adolescentes como puede ser el acoso escolar.

Al igual que Netflix apostó por adaptar el cómic The Umbrella Academy, ahora Globomedia nos sorprende con esta adaptación en la que también sus protagonistas tienen superpoderes, pero en este caso nos toca más de cerca, ya que la mayor parte de la acción se desarrolla en escenarios conocidos y en las calles madrileñas.

Esta no es la única adaptación literaria que hemos conocido en los últimos meses, Netflix anunció adaptaciones de otras cuatro sagas y novelas españolas: la trilogía de Memorias de Idhún de Laura Gallego; la saga de Valeria de Elísabet Benavent, el cómic El Vecino y el Premio Primavera de Novela 2016 El desorden que dejas de Carlos Montero.

Petición de una adaptación a Netflix

Antihéroes no es la primera ni la única novela de estas dos españolas, que cuentan con una gran cantidad de lectores por toda España. El pasado mes de julio, las redes sociales se volvieron locas e hicieron trending topic #AntihéroesNetflix en el que los seguidores de estas escritoras pedían a la plataforma de streaming que produjeran una adaptación y parece que ahora están de enhorabuena. Finalmente, ha sido Globomedia la que se ha quedado con la exclusiva de las creadoras españolas; muy en la línea la tendencia de protagonistas con poderes de Netflix.

Hasta el momento han escrito, sobre todo, fantasía y se adentraron en la urban fantasy con este libro. Además, acaban de publicar su décima novela y el inicio de su nueva bilogía, El orgullo del dragón, también publicado por Nocturna Ediciones. Con esta nueva publicación ya van diez: las novelas autoconclusivas Rojo y Oro (Alfaguara) y Antihéroes (Nocturna Ediciones), la trilogía Sueños de la Luna Llena (La Galera, aunque antes de la quiebra se publicó en Ediciones Everest) y la saga de Marabilia (Nocturna Ediciones), que está sin finalizar. Aunque se espera que durante el segundo semestre de 2018 se publique su quinto y último último.


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Il calendario riflette le priorità. Si inizia prima dai contenuti che valgono di più in termini di introiti, in un mercato ampio, dove la concorrenza è forte e la torta da spartire più che gustosa. Questo mercato, secondo i dati resi noti dall'Associazione produttori audiovisivi, ha toccato il valore di 1 miliardo, trainato dalla fiction ma anche da intrattenimento, documentari e animazione. Il treno passa e nessuno vuole perdere la corsa. Anche la Rai. È in questo ragionamento che va inquadrato l'annuncio dell'amministratore delegato Fabrizio Salini: "entro l'estate" partiranno le prime due delle nuove dieci direzioni create con il piano industriale e queste due direzioni saranno, appunto non a caso, quelle dei documentari e dei nuovi formati. È il mercato, bellezza, a dettare il timing delle scelte.

Come è strutturato questo mercato e come i diversi player - da quelli tradizionali come Rai e Mediaset alla nuova frontiera di Netflix e Amazon - stanno giocando lo spiega il primo rapporto sulla produzione audiovisiva nazionale curato dall'Apa, che ingloba nella sua denominazione il cambio di passo (era fino ad oggi Atp, cioè Associazione produttori televisivi). Tra i dati dello studio dell'associazione guidata da Giancarlo Leone si scovano tendenze, evoluzioni ma anche rischi. Perché una delle dinamiche che emerge è quella di un maggior ricorso alla produzione esterna nelle cosiddette fasce pregiate. Basta guardare alle fasce pre serale, access e primetime dell'intrattenimento: chi produce i contenuti che finiscono nella tv e non solo sono esterni. Pesano, rispettivamente, per il 75%, il 59% e il 61 per cento. È una dinamica che interessa anche la fiction, il primo settore in termini di fatturato con 360-380 milioni sul miliardo totale.

Produzione audovisiva nazionale. Produzione esterna nell'intrattenimento

Altra cartina al tornasole di questa situazione. Il mercato italiano registra sì la tendenza all'aggregazione tra imprese nazionali, ma anche l'ingresso di gruppi esteri che mirano a un presidio più esteso e sempre più globale. Prendendo in considerazione il periodo 2015-2018, l'accelerazione è evidente. Si scopre così che l'ingresso di Itv studios in Cattleya ha portato un valore aggiunto del 51% così come l'arrivo di Mediawan dentro Palomar del 72 per cento. Fino a dove arriverà questo "contagio" dell'esterno sull'interno è la grande questione che si apre. Toccherà anche l'informazione, in particolare quella di approfondimento? Che il tema sia aperto e che impatti su tutti i settori lo conferma lo stesso Salini quando spiega che le due direzioni in partenza non dovranno fare solo una ricognizione dei prodotti che arrivano dall'estero, ma "creare internamente".

Fino a che punto un'azienda come la Rai, che riceve un lauto contributo dai cittadini attraverso il canone, può esternalizzare la sua produzione? Un tema, questo, che apre a un altro più ampio e cioè quello della privatizzazione di fatto, non dell'azienda ma delle risorse.

Produzione audiovisiva nazionale. L'ingresso dei gruppi esteri

Il quadro è fluido e i player che devono fare da recipiente ai contenuti creati dalle imprese dell'audiovisivo, generando a loro volta profitti, stanno mettendo a punto le strategie. Così Salini spinge perché la Rai recuperi il gap con il pubblico più giovane, puntando sulla fiction ancora di più di quanto stia facendo oggi (il 75% delle ore programmate nel 2018 come primi passaggi è in capo a viale Mazzini). E sulla fiction punta anche Mediaset, attestando che l'interesse si concentra lì dove i profitti sono maggiori.

Guardando nella pancia del business della produzione audiovisiva si scopre che la tv monopolizza il 71-72% dell'intero fatturato da 1 miliardo, appunto tra fiction (38%) e il comparto intrattenimento, documentari e animazione (33-34%). Si affacciano - e in prospettiva il loro peso è stimato in crescita - le Ott, cioè le imprese che forniscono servizi e contenuti attraverso Internet: valgono oggi il 2% del paniere, pari a 17 milioni. Film e sale cinematografiche completano il quadro con un valore di 263 milioni, pari al 26-28% del totale.

La produzione audiovisiva nazionale ha raggiunto un valore vicino a 1 miliardo

Chi anima questo enorme carrozzone produttivo sono 7.247 imprese, principalmente nel Lazio e in Lombardia. Numeri che spiegano bene la forza di un settore insieme alle stime sull'occupazione: almeno 70mila lavoratori occupati a cui si aggiungono 30mila dell'indotto. Un motore che gira già a pieni cavalli.


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Una stampante da tenere in tasca, una macchina fotografica piccola ma super professionale. L'ultimo device Amazon da abbinare ad Alexa o il super collaudato Fire Stick per trasformare il vecchio televisore in una smart tv. Per i 30 anni, ma non solo, ci sono tanti piccoli e grandi regali che vi aspettano su Amazon, tanti poi sono in questo momento in super offerta. Abbiamo preparato una piccola lista di cose che potrebbero piacere a tanti. Sono divise i base ai possibili destinatari. Per andare a colpo sicuro.

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Per chi ama tenere tutto sotto controllo. Samsung Galaxy Watch, Smartwatch Android da Donna, Bluetooth, Fitness Tracker e GPS

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Galaxy Watch è la sintesi ottimale tra le funzioni di uno smartwatch e il design elegante di un orologio tradizionale. La cassa rotonda e il ticchettio della lancetta dei secondi danno l'impressione di un vero, classico orologio. E grazie ai quadranti personalizzabili e ai cinturini intercambiabili, Galaxy Watch si abbina con naturalezza al tuo stile di vita. Esprimiti attraverso il tuo Galaxy Watch. Puoi scegliere il modello Bluetooth o quello LTE, con cassa da 42 mm (colore Midnight Black o Rose Gold) oppure da 46 mm (colore Silver). E puoi personalizzare il quadrante, per rendere Galaxy Watch davvero tuo. Personalizza il tuo Galaxy Watch con il cinturino che preferisci: scegli ogni volta quello che più rispecchia il tuo look o il tuo umore. Ci sono i leggeri cinturini in silicone già in dotazione, ma puoi anche optare per altri cinturini standard: da 20 mm per Galaxy Watch in versione 42 mm, da 22 mm per il modello da 46 mm.

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Per chi è sempre in ritardo. Xiaomi Mi, Monopattino Elettrico Pieghevole, 30Km di autonomia, velocità fino a 25km/h, Nero, Unisex

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Pieghevole e portatile, con batteria a lunga durata fino a 30 km. Intuitivo e facile da usare. Doppio sistema frenante, anteriore e posteriore. Dispone di un freno a disco e un sistema di frenata rigenerativo e ABS antibloccaggio per un'efficiente e reattiva frenata in solo 4 metri. Fanalino posteriore rosso per indicare la frenata. Luce ultra luminosa da 1,1W con una potenza che raggiunge i 6 metri, per una maggior sicurezza

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Per chi ama i frullati. Electrolux ESB2500 Sportsblender Mini Frullatore

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Lo Sportsblender di Electrolux e un ausilio pratico per preparare e trasportare frullati, bevande e anche pappe per bebe. È ottimo non solo per l'attività sportiva ma anche per passeggiate. La bottiglia realizzata in Tritan antirottura e pratica anche solo per trasportare bevande, data la qualità dei materiali di cui e composta. L'utilizzo e semplicissimo: basta riempire la bottiglia con gli ingredienti desiderati, chiudere l'apertura con il corpo lame rimovibile, posizionare il tutto sul corpo motore e frullare. Al termine si svita il corpo lame dal corpo motore si svita poi il corpo lame dalla bottiglia e si beve. Le due bottiglie in dotazione sono fornite di coperchi con tappi di colore diversi personalizzabili.

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Per chi ha una dipendenza dal caffè. DeLonghi, Nespresso Inissia

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Occupa pochissimo spazio, è compatta, leggera e dotata di inserimento ergonomico, la macchina da caffè Nespresso Inissia si adatta perfettamente a qualsiasi tipo di arredo ed è disponibile in una gamma completa di colori per soddisfare tutti i gusti. Con questa macchina puoi preparare il tuo caffè preferito praticamente senza attendere i tempi di riscaldamento: bastano un semplice tocco e 25 secondi perché l'acqua raggiunga la temperatura ideale per preparare fino a 9 caffè senza dover riempire il serbatoio da 0,7 litri.

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Per chi è alla ricerca di una storia d'amore. A Star Is Born

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Remake di uno dei melodrammi di maggior fama e successo della storia del cinema.

Bradley Cooper interpreta il musicista di successo Jackson Maine che scopre e si innamora della squattrinata artista Ally (Lady Gaga). Lei ha da poco chiuso in un cassetto il suo sogno di diventare una grande cantante... fin quando Jack la convince a tornare sul palcoscenico. Ma mentre la carriera di Ally inizia a spiccare il volo, il lato privato della loro relazione sta perdendo colpi a causa della battaglia che Jack conduce contro i suoi demoni interiori.

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Per chi ama ancora i Pokemon. Nintendo Switch Pikachu & Eevee Edition + Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! + Poké Ball Plus

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Console Nintendo Switch decorata con le silhouettes di Pikachu e Eevee. Joy-Con e doking station speciali a tema Pikachu & Eevee. Poké Ball Plus inclusa nel bundle. Una versione pre-installata di "Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!"

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Per chi ama le serie Tv. Fire TV Stick | Basic Edition

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Fire TV Stick Basic Edition ti permette di collegare la tua HDTV a un mondo di intrattenimento online. Scopri un'ampia gamma di film, serie TV e giochi. Con Fire TV Stick Basic Edition, potrai accedere facilmente ad Amazon Prime Video, Netflix e molto altro ancora, nonché a milioni di siti web come YouTube, Facebook e Reddit grazie ai browser Silk e Firefox.

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          Netflix quiere ser hogar de los fans del anime y anuncia seis series, incluyendo un spin-off de ‘Altered Carbon’ y ‘Super Crooks’      Cache   Translate Page      

Netflix quiere ser hogar de los fans del anime y anuncia seis series, incluyendo un spin-off de ‘Altered Carbon’ y ‘Super Crooks’#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Aunque en lo que respecta a largometrajes de acción real y producción propia, en Netflix aún continúen algo verdes —por suerte, cintas como 'Triple frontera' denotan una evolución positiva en este terreno—, no cabe duda que la plataforma de streaming está sabiendo mimar a sus suscriptores con un gusto particular por el anime, tanto con productos externos, como con "Originals" de la talla de 'Castlevania' o 'Devilman CryBaby'.

La compañía de Reed Hastings, lejos de conformarse con su nutrida selección de animación japonesa ya disponible, acaba de anunciar una nueva alianza con los estudios nipones Production I.G y Bones para dar a luz seis nuevas series entre las que se incluyen traslaciones a la pequeña pantalla de mangas y videojuegos, y la esperada adaptación de la novela gráfica de Mark Millar 'Super Crooks'.

El listado de nuevos animes arranca con 'Altered Carbon: Resleeved', producido por Anima Inc; un spin-off animado de la serie de ciencia ficción original de Netflix creada por Laeta Kalogridi, y que promete ampliar la mitología del universo que descubrimos el año pasado.

Los amantes del mundo del videojuego también tendrán un motivo de celebración, porque otro de los platos fuertes del anuncio ha sido la adaptación del RPG de Capcom 'Dragon's Dogma', en el que seguiremos la historia de un hombre en busca de venganza contra un dragón que le robó el corazón.

Dragon

Continuando con las adaptaciones, encontramos 'SPRIGGAN' y 'Ghost in the Shell: SAC _2045'. La primera de ellas será un show de acción en clave sci-fi basado en el manga de Hiroshi Takashige, mientras que la segunda servirá de continuación CGI 3D a 'Ghost in the Shell SAC', y estará dirigida a cuatro manos por Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki.

Y para concluir, además de la serie original 'Vampire in the Garden', en la que la música se alzará como elemento clave para unir a vampiros y humanos, podemos catalogar la mencionada adaptación de 'Super Crooks', ligada desde hace tiempo al realizador Nacho Vigalondo, como el plato fuerte de un menú de lo más apetecible.

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El director de contenido de Netflix Japón, John Derderian, ha acompañado las buenas nuevas con las siguientes declaraciones:

"Netflix apunta a ser el hogar más atractivo y cautivador para los fans del anime, los creadores, y los estudios de producción. Estamos creando un entorno donde las productoras puedan hacer su mejor trabajo y distribuir sus series en un servicio en el que conectamos a fans del anime de 190 países con el contenido que adoran."

Aún es pronto para saber si los fans adorarán o no estas nuevas apuestas animadas de Netflix, pero, desde luego, la variedad está servida.


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Leading telco digital services provider PLDT Inc., together with its mobile arm, Smart Communications superpowered the star-studded launch of the brand-new Netflix original series, "The Umbrella Academy." Celebrities and fans enjoyed an immersive super room experience that allowed them to feel like the show’s seven superhero siblings.
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Milioni di videogiocatori aspettano con impazienza novità ufficiali da parte sia di Sony che di Microsoft per le nuove generazioni di console Playstation ed Xbox ma alla lunga forse il futuro dei videogiochi potrebbe essere un altro, ovvero quello del cloud gaming. Immaginate come succede oggi per vedere un film in streaming tramite Netflix o […]

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Netflix quiere ser hogar de los fans del anime y anuncia seis series, incluyendo un spin-off de ‘Altered Carbon’ y ‘Super Crooks’#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Aunque en lo que respecta a largometrajes de acción real y producción propia, en Netflix aún continúen algo verdes —por suerte, cintas como 'Triple frontera' denotan una evolución positiva en este terreno—, no cabe duda que la plataforma de streaming está sabiendo mimar a sus suscriptores con un gusto particular por el anime, tanto con productos externos, como con "Originals" de la talla de 'Castlevania' o 'Devilman CryBaby'.

La compañía de Reed Hastings, lejos de conformarse con su nutrida selección de animación japonesa ya disponible, acaba de anunciar una nueva alianza con los estudios nipones Production I.G y Bones para dar a luz seis nuevas series entre las que se incluyen traslaciones a la pequeña pantalla de mangas y videojuegos, y la esperada adaptación de la novela gráfica de Mark Millar 'Super Crooks'.

El listado de nuevos animes arranca con 'Altered Carbon: Resleeved', producido por Anima Inc; un spin-off animado de la serie de ciencia ficción original de Netflix creada por Laeta Kalogridi, y que promete ampliar la mitología del universo que descubrimos el año pasado.

Los amantes del mundo del videojuego también tendrán un motivo de celebración, porque otro de los platos fuertes del anuncio ha sido la adaptación del RPG de Capcom 'Dragon's Dogma', en el que seguiremos la historia de un hombre en busca de venganza contra un dragón que le robó el corazón.

Dragon

Continuando con las adaptaciones, encontramos 'SPRIGGAN' y 'Ghost in the Shell: SAC _2045'. La primera de ellas será un show de acción en clave sci-fi basado en el manga de Hiroshi Takashige, mientras que la segunda servirá de continuación CGI 3D a 'Ghost in the Shell SAC', y estará dirigida a cuatro manos por Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki.

Y para concluir, además de la serie original 'Vampire in the Garden', en la que la música se alzará como elemento clave para unir a vampiros y humanos, podemos catalogar la mencionada adaptación de 'Super Crooks', ligada desde hace tiempo al realizador Nacho Vigalondo, como el plato fuerte de un menú de lo más apetecible.

Superc

El director de contenido de Netflix Japón, John Derderian, ha acompañado las buenas nuevas con las siguientes declaraciones:

"Netflix apunta a ser el hogar más atractivo y cautivador para los fans del anime, los creadores, y los estudios de producción. Estamos creando un entorno donde las productoras puedan hacer su mejor trabajo y distribuir sus series en un servicio en el que conectamos a fans del anime de 190 países con el contenido que adoran."

Aún es pronto para saber si los fans adorarán o no estas nuevas apuestas animadas de Netflix, pero, desde luego, la variedad está servida.

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CBC and Northwood Entertainment have confirmed that Anne With an E is getting a third season. The television show is one of the Canadian productions that Netflix has picked up to distribute on its streaming service. Anne, along with Northern Rescue, are Canadian-made and distributed by Netflix.  The show’s inaugural season won the Canadian Screen Award for...

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Netflix has confirmed that it will invest in more interactive content following the release of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch last December. During a keynote presentation in Mumbai, Netflix vice president of product Todd Yellin noted that Bandersnatch has been “a huge hit around the world,” leading the company to “want to bet more on” interactive storytelling. “We’re doubling down on that....

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On the heels of its groundbreaking foray into interactive storytelling with the choose-your-own-adventure style “Black Mirror” episode, Bandersnatch, Netflix will look to produce much more interactive entertainment, according to vice president of content, Todd Yellin. Speaking at the FICCI-Frames conference for Indian media and entertainment in Mumbai, Yellin said in a keynote that audiences could […]
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Die Gleichung ist für unseren Kolumnisten ganz simpel: Die alten «DuckTales» haben einen Kinofilm bekommen, also müssen auch die besseren «DuckTales» einen Kinofilm bekommen. «DuckTales — Der Film: Jäger der verlorenen Lampe» ist mittlerweile bei Netflix gelandet und wird sich so sicherlich einige ...
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Le festival de Cannes doit bientôt faire sa sélection. Pensez-vous qu’il doive l’ouvrir à un film Netflix ? Le Festival de Cannes se passera très bien de Netflix tant qu’ils ne veulent pas respecter les règles de l’industrie cinématographique. Netflix...
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Aux Etats-Unis, les salles s’inquiètent de perdre des spectateurs en raison de l’offre de plus en plus fournie des plates-formes, qui vont même avoir des blockbusters, comme le prochain Scorcese. Qu’en pensez-vous pour la France ? Netflix n’est pas...
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A Netflix tem planejado fazer mais programas interativos no estilo de “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch”, lançado em dezembro de 2018. Segundo o vice-presidente de produtos da empresa, Todd Yellin, o sucesso do episódio em diferentes lugares do mundo é o motor desse interesse da plataforma em replicar o formato: “Percebemos que a narrativa interativa é algo ...

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A Sydney man has been arrested after allegedly selling stolen subscription details for streaming services including Netflix and Spotify for about...
          Netflix stipula accordo con tre società giapponesi che producono Anime      Cache   Translate Page      
Il network di streaming Netflix ha chiuso un accordo con Anima, Sublimation, e David Production, tre società di produzione giapponesi specializzate nella realizzazione di anime, che si occuperanno della lavorazione di nuove serie. Anima produrrà Altered Carbon: Resleeved, uno spin-off della serie live-action che ha debuttato lo scorso anno, e di cui è attualmente in lavorazione la seconda stagione. Sublimation lavorerà invece a Dragon's Dogma, una serie originale basato sul videogioco della Capcom, che narrerà le avventure di un uomo sfidato da ...

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  • The biggest Microsoft game, "Minecraft," is finally headed to Microsoft's Netflix-like game subscription service.
  • It's the latest major Microsoft-published game to head to the subscription-based Xbox Game Pass service.
  • Unlike some games on the service that cycle in and out of availability, "Minecraft" will remain available in perpetuity to Game Pass subscribers. It arrives on April 4.

Microsoft is adding another crown jewel to its celebrated, Netflix-like Xbox Game Pass service: "Minecraft."

The game gets added to the Xbox Game Pass game library on April 4, and will stay on the service going forward.

"What's the Xbox Game Pass?" you ask? It's sort of like Netflix, but for Xbox games.

You pay a single monthly fee — $10 per month — and you're given access to more than 100 mostly excellent games, including "Forza Horizon 4," "Crackdown 3," and "Fallout 4." Rather than streaming said games, à la Netflix with movies and TV, you download those games directly to your Xbox One. 

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Like Netflix has its own stable of shows and movies that never leave Netflix, such is the case with Microsoft-published games on the Xbox Game Pass service — and that means franchises like "Halo," "Gears of War," "Forza" and, now, "Minecraft." 

And there are loads of other great games on Xbox Game Pass, including newer titles like "Just Cause 4" and older titles like "Lego Batman 2." 

Given the selection, and the relatively low monthly price, Xbox Game Pass is one of gaming's best deals.

Let's say you bought just one of the games above — "Just Cause 4," which came out on December 4, 2018. Amazon's selling it right now for $35 ... or you could pay $1 and play it as much as you want for the next month, because it costs only $1 for the first month of a Game Pass subscription.

And that's before we start talking about the literally dozens of other excellent games available, or even "Minecraft" itself — if you buy it for Xbox One today, it costs $20. But starting on April 4, you could just get an Xbox Game Pass subscription instead.

SEE ALSO: Microsoft is creating the ‘Netflix for games’: Here’s everything we know so far

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          Netflix's 'The Order' pits werewolves against dark magic, and is its latest original show off to a hot start      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Netflix's new original TV series, "The Order," is off to a hot start with audiences.
  • The show follows a college student looking to avenge his mother's death, who gets caught in a war of werewolves and dark magic.
  • Critics praised the show's surprising humor, and said it's a perfect show for fans of "Teen Wolf" and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina."

Netflix's new supernatural original TV series, "The Order," is off to a hot start with audiences.

The series, which debuted on Netflix last week, follows a college student "out to avenge his mother's death," who "pledges a secret order and lands in a war between werewolves and practitioners of dark magic."

"The Order" is ranked fifth on this week's "binge report" from television-tracking app, TV Time, based on its 12 million global users. The "binge report" tracks the top 10 streaming shows on various services. It's the only Netflix show on this week's list aside from "The Umbrella Academy," which premiered last month.

"The Order" doesn't have a Rotten Tomatoes critic score yet, but those who have reviewed it have given it positive reactions and praise the show's surprising amount of humor.

"The Order is being marketed as a drama, and the initial trailer doesn’t even hint at the humor that makes the show stand out," The Verge's Samantha Nelson wrote.

Nelson added, "The show is filled with gags, playing with the concept of irresponsible college students who have the power to break the rules of physics."

Refinery29 called it the "weirdo young adult supernatural drama you didn’t know you needed," and a perfect show for fans of MTV's "Teen Wolf" and Netflix's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina."

Watch the trailer below:

 

SEE ALSO: Netflix will 'double down' on interactive content like 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' in other genres, like comedy or romance

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We’re all about to spend a lot more time outside and some of that time will be filled with evenings full of porch, patio, and pool parties — which could all use a little entertainment. And tech favorite Anker has a sale today on its highly rated Nebula Capsule, a smart mini projector that can provide some big results. You can get it for $224, down from the average $345.

The portable projector uses WiFi to connect to your phone or other device and can stream apps like Netflix and Hulu — unfortunately, it can’t mirror your device's screen if that matters to you. It’s about as big as a can of soda and kinda looks like one, an aluminum body that weights 15 oz costing you little in terms of space and heaviness. You can project shows or movies onto a surface up to 100 inches big (of course, the dimmer the better) and a 360-angle speaker lets you and your whole party enjoy the show, no matter where they’re sitting.

With more than 500 reviews and Anker’s stamp of approval, this is an exciting foray into the mobile projection world.

Read more at The Daily Beast.


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          PlayStation Now llega a España: el servicio de Sony con más de 600 juegos en streaming ya disponible para PS4 y PC      Cache   Translate Page      

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PlayStation Now, el servicio de streaming de Sony, llega hoy a España después de varias semanas en beta. Junto a nuestro país, PS Now llega oficialmente a Portugal, Italia, Noruega, Dinamarca, Suecia y Finlandia.

PS Now permitirá disfrutar de más de un catálogo con más de 600 juegos, entre los que se incluyen títulos tan aclamados como ‘The Last of Us’, ‘God of War III Remastered’ o ‘For Honor’. Un amplio catálogo que irá creciendo mes a mes y estará disponible para los usuarios de PS4 y PC a un precio oficial de 14,99 euros al mes o 99,99 euros al año.

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Aquellos interesados ya pueden probar PS Now, que no requiere ningún tipo de instalación y dispone de un periodo gratuito de prueba de 7 días. Estamos ante una especie de "Netflix de los videojuegos", un servicio de streaming por el que pagaremos una suscripción mensual a cambio del acceso a un amplio catálogo de títulos.

El servicio de suscripción permitirá descargar los juegos del catálogo en la consola y ejecutarse directamente para jugar en streaming gracias a la nube. Esto tiene varias ventajas como la sincronización de partidas y la posibilidad de ejecutar juegos de consolas anteriores.

En el catálogo de PS Now encontraremos multitud de juegos no solo de PS4, también de PS3 y PS2. Títulos como 'Mortal Kombat X', 'WWE 2K18', 'Red Dead Redemption', 'Uncharted 3' o 'Bloodborne' están disponibles en la plataforma y la calidad prometida es excelente.

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Para jugar podrás descargar los títulos (de PS4 y PS2) sin depender de la velocidad de tu conexión, la parte negativa es que para jugar desde la nube sí se necesitará de una buena banda de ancha, por lo menos 5Mbps según Sony y posiblemente más para poder jugar con fluidez.

Con el lanzamiento de hoy, los usuarios de España tendrán acceso a un servicio lanzado hace 5 años y que desde hace tiempo está disponible en países como Francia o Alemania. El precio elegido para España también se mantiene respecto al resto de países.

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Para acceder al servicio, tendrás que descargarte su aplicación en la tienda de tu consola, o entrar a esta web para bajártela en PC.

En el caso de que juegues en el ordenador, necesitarás conectar un Dualshock 4. Un pequeño precio a pagar para poder jugar desde el PC a juegos de la PS4, sin necesidad de tener la propia consola.

Tener la consola y los juegos en la nube es el camino que están siguiendo los grandes fabricantes. Se quiere pasar de un modelo donde compramos los juegos individualmente a un servicio de suscripción, donde uno de los factores clave que determinará su éxito o fracaso serán los títulos disponibles en el catálogo.

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  2. Apple expected to announce new streaming TV service  Daily Hive
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          Netflix Announces New Anime Content Including Dragon’s Dogma      Cache   Translate Page      

The new partnerships will be creating three new original anime series for Netflix

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Новый сериал-фильм ИП Пирогова 15 серия 12 марта. Чужие заслуги в свою копилку: чиновники приписали себе ремонт площадки, сделанный жителями. Жители подмосковного поселка Жавороновское за свой счет привели в порядок хоккейную площадку и очень удивились, когда нашли ее в отчете о благоустройстве, который опубликовала местная администрация. Оказалось, деньги на ремонт из бюджета, действительно, выделялись. Apple, как говорят, собирается производить свои собственные сериалы и конкурировать киносервисами Netflix и Amazon. Полиция нашла склад, где хранили почти 30 тонн фальшивого сыра. Крупную партию поддельного сыра стоимостью 8 миллионов рублей изъяли столичные полицейские. Контрафакт производили в промышленных масштабах и клеили на него известные марки.

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          SUPER CROOKS and SPRIGGAN In Development as NETFLIX Anime      Cache   Translate Page      
From the streaming service's division in Japan.
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You don’t want someone getting mad at you going in and sabotaging your platforms.. Then the next year (2010) when i moved off campus my roommates had netflix so i had all the degrassi seasons in one place. He’s only being charged with “grov vldtkt” (severe rape) against a child which carries an absolute maximum [...]
          AT&T reetrutura WarnerMedia para brigar com Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      
A AT&T está reestruturando a WarnerMedia, segundo documento enviado aos funcionários do grupo de mídia e telecomunicações e visto pela Reuters, em uma estratégia para colocar a companhia em condição de competir no mercado de streaming de vídeo com Netflix e Walt Disney.
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Oscar-winner Spike Lee's Netflix movie Da 5 Bloods has added several more actors to the cast, including a pair of familiar faces from...
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Dragon's Dogma joins Resident Evil in Capcom's slate of Netflix projects.
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Two top actresses who rose to fame playing popular TV moms now find themselves at the center of an alleged college admissions scam that reads like a Hollywood plot.

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among 50 individuals facing federal charges in what investigators dubbed "Operation Varsity Blues" -- a scheme in which wealthy parents allegedly cheated to help their children gain admittance to prestigious schools.

Aunt Becky

Loughlin is best known for playing the beloved Rebecca Katsopolis (a.k.a. Aunt Becky) on the family-friendly sitcom, "Full House," which ran on ABC from 1987 to 1995. Loughlin reprised the role in 2016 on the Netflix spinoff, "Fuller House." The series was recently renewed for a fifth and final season. She also stars on Hallmark's "Garage Sale Mystery" and "When Calls the Heart."

Mossimo Giannulli, Loughlin's husband of 20 years and the founder of American clothing company Mossimo, is also named in the indictment. The two are charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. Giannulli allegedly paid bribes up to $500,000 in exchange for their two daughters to be designated as recruits to the USC crew team, though they did not participate in crew, according to court filings obtained by CNN.

Related: Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin among dozens charged in alleged college cheating scam

Giannulli and Loughlin were recorded on calls with a cooperating witness stating that if they were ever caught they would say they made a donation to the foundation, the indictment stated.

Giannulli appeared in federal court in Los Angeles Tuesday afternoon, where the government and defense attorneys agreed to a $1 million secured bond. Similar conditions were requested for Loughlin, who was not present in court.

CNN has reached out to representatives for the couple.

'Desperate Housewives'

Huffman, a best actress Oscar-nominee for the 2005 film "Transamerica," was arrested in Los Angeles Tuesday on charges of felony conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. She also appeared in federal court Tuesday, where the judge imposed a $250,000 bond.

Huffman is accused of paying $15,000 to an organization that allegedly facilitated additional time and corrected answers on their daughter's SAT exam. Huffman, like Loughlin, was recorded on a phone call with a cooperating witness, according to the indictment. Huffman's husband, actor William H. Macy, was not indicted.

Huffman became a household name playing mom-of-four Lynette Scavo on the series "Desperate Housewives," which ran from 2004 to 2012. She also starred on the ABC drama "American Crime."

Between the two shows she has been nominated for five Emmys, winning for "Housewives" in 2005.

Huffman's upcoming projects include the web series, "When They See Us," from director Ava DuVernay, and the Netflix film, "Otherhood," set for release next month. Macy -- who she married in 1997 -- continues to star in the Showtime series "Shameless."

In a recent interview with Parade magazine, Macy talked about the college admissions process for his eldest daughter.

"We're right now in the thick of college application time, which is so stressful," Macy is quoted saying. "I am voting that once she gets accepted, she maybe takes a year off. God doesn't let you be 18 twice."

Macy declined to comment as he passed reporters outside court Tuesday.

CNN has contacted a representatives for Huffman.

CNN's Mark Morales, Jack Hannah, Cheri Mossburg and Stella Chan contributed to this story


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Sundance 2019 Episodic Lab Applications

Sundance has opened the application for their 2019 Episodic Lab to support writers working on scripted series! 

The application is open from February 14th - March 13th, 2019 at apply.sundance.org.

The Lab will take place on October 10th - 15th, 2019 at the Sundance Resort in Park City, UT.

For more information, visit our website or email Sundance at episodicprogram@sundance.org.

Sunday Coffee with The Green Room

Sunday coffee is a monthly opportunity to meet your fellow angelenos. The event has been hosted by The Green Room for several years to promote community and contribute to local businesses and institutions. Absolutely everyone is welcome always.

WHAT: Coffee & Milk

WHEN: 2PM - 4PM - March 3rd. (Every First Sunday of the month)

WHERE: LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art 

Learn more: www.thegreenroomlosangeles.com

2018 Latino Lens Finalist Alan Domínguez's Turns in the Road to show at Durango Independent Film Festival

Alan Domínguez, a 2018 Latino Lens finalist for Turns in the Road, will premiere his short documentary at the Durango Independent Film Festival in Colorado, as a part of a their REEL Learning section.
The 14th Durango Independent Film Festival will take place February 27th - March 3rd in Durango, Colorado.
Read more at www.2019durangofilm.eventive.org

Season 3 of 'One Day at a Time' is Praised for Deftly Handling Consent and Toxic Masculinity

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Netflix’s modern reboot of One Day at a Time is truly crafty. Just when you think you've signed up for a lighthearted family sitcom, it hits you with poignant takes on social issues. 

In its third season, which dropped on February 8, series co-developers Gloria Calderón Kellett and Mike Royce apply this winning formula to consent, toxic masculinity, sexual harassment, female and queer empowerment through the lenses of generation and gender.

With the rise of #MeToo over the last year, several television shows have chimed in to address these themes in their own way, including Younger, Will & Grace, GLOW, and BoJack Horseman. But ODAAT stands out because it offers a unique point of view, showing how a regular family can and should deal with these issues.

In the new season's second episode, titled "Outside," ODAAT involves all the family members in this vital discussion about consent. They dive deep into their individual experiences related to harassment, which culminates into a remarkably honest discussion. Almost the entire episode takes place in the living room of the Alvarez home as each member gets to unpack their viewpoint. 

The biggest takeaway from the episode is just how big of a teachable moment this is for Alex. ODAAT sends a strong message about educating boys from a very young age about the importance of consent and an enthusiastic yes. 

Read More: www.Mashable.com

Realize Lab 2019 Event

Come together with the Loud Community to realize your power through self-discovery, and set goals to empower you and the collective. Doesn't matter where you are in your career or life journey, we all need a little inspiration, clarity and community to get reenergized. It's the loving gut check you didn't know you needed. We got you. 

Featuring two workshops:

You made it this far: Reflect + Claim Your Future led by Betsy Aimee

You've got skills: Start with What You Got led by Leslie Antonoff

Also, featuring:
Time for connection
Community vision board project
Light lunch and drinks

About Loud:

Loud is a membership based community for womxn, femmes and non binary folx founded in vulnerability and service. Loud is about using self discovery as a tool for building community. We find our power in serving each other.

THIS MONTHS LOCATION: Coffee & Milk - LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art

WHEN: 2PM - 4PM - March 3rd. (Every First Sunday of the month)https://www.facebook.com/events/380693926065120/
Check fb link

Read more at www.eventbrite.com.

Paramount Boss Unveils Diversity Initiative To Boost Inclusion In Film Slate

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While the recent USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative reported promising results in its latest study of the 100 top grossing films of 2018 and their representation of females and racial/ethnic groups in starring roles, the industry consensus is that more work can be done when it comes to advocating for more inclusion and representation of diversity in film.

This week Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos announced that “as part of the development and green light process, our productions will be required to complete a plan designed to enhance access and opportunities for groups historically underrepresented in the media industry. Special attention will be paid to our storylines, our talent in front of and behind the camera, our vendors and our shooting locations.

Full article: www.deadline.com

Larraín Brothers’ Fabula Inks First-Look Deal With Fremantle

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Pablo and Juan de Dios Larraín’s Fabula, the company behind the Oscar-winning A Fantastic Woman, has inked a first-look deal with Fremantle to develop a slate of original English and Spanish-language dramas. Fremantle will distribute the projects worldwide.

Fremantle and Fabula are currently collaborating on previously announced La Jauría, an eight-part Spanish-language psychological thriller directed by Lucia Puenzo. The series features A Fantastic Woman star Daniela Vega and co-star Antonia Zegers as well as María Gracia Omegna (Young & Wild, Princesita). Together they will play a specialist gender related crime police force who investigate the disappearance of student, Blanca Ibarra. Production on the series began in January.

Full article: www.deadline.com

Jessica Camacho Cast In CBS Legal Drama Pilot ‘Courthouse’

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Taken alumna Jessica Camacho is set as a series regular in CBS’ legal drama pilot Courthouse, from writer Greg Spottiswood (Remedy) and Warner Bros. TV.

Written and executive produced by Canadian writer Spottiswood and directed by Mike Robin, Courthouse is a show that pulls back the curtain on the court system. It follows the dedicated, chaotic, hopeful, and sometimes absurd lives of the judges, assistant district attorneys, and public defenders as they work with bailiffs, clerks, cops and jurors to bring justice to the people of Los Angeles.

Camacho will play Emily Lopez-Berarro, a tough and determined public defender who is undaunted in her efforts to prove her clients’ innocence.

Full article: www.deadline.com

Kate del Castillo Cast In ‘Bad Boys for Life’ At Sony

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Mexican actress Kate Del Castillo, who stars in the Netflix political drama Ingobernable and La Reina del Sur on Telemundo, has been added to the cast of Sony’s Bad Boys for Life sequel starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

Full article: www.deadline.com

Jaime Camil to Star in CBS Comedy Pilot From Alex Herschlag, Jennie Snyder Urman


A leading advocate in inclusion in the industry, NALIP is providing more resources to aspiring filmmakers every year with events such as the NALIP Media Summit, the Latino Media Fest, and the Diverse Women in Media Forum, and events such as the Latino Lens Workshops and the Latino Lens Incubator Shorts.

Interested in joining the team? Email your resume and cover letter to opps@nalip.org. Want to become a member? Check out NALIP's different membership rates. Learn about NALIP's upcoming Latino Media Fest and volunteer opportunities fast approaching!

          Gloria Calderón Kellett Chronicles Pilot Season, One Tweet at a Time      Cache   Translate Page      

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Gloria Calderón Kellett writes, produces and sometimes directs and even acts in the Netflix sitcom ‘One Day at a Time.’ That title also describes the best way to survive pilot season--those nerve-wracking months early in the year when broadcast networks pick just few new scripts that will get an order for a sample episode. Hoping to launch a new show this year, Calderón Kellett had some scripts in contention, and she decided to tweet her pilot season experience and offer some advice along the way. She gives us a dramatic reading of a few of those threads.

Gloria has been an active member of NALIP, recently speaking on our Diverse Women in Media Initiative panel at the 2018 NALIP Media Summit and being a part of the We Are Inclusion Campaign. You can catch Gloria's latest work by watching Season 3 of 'One Day at a Time' on Netflix! 

Listen to the podcast: www.kcrw.com


          ‘On My Block’ Teaser: Season 2 Cold Open Offers Eye-Opening Revelations      Cache   Translate Page      

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*SPOILER ALERT* An intriguing if not altogether enlightening teaser for season 2 of Netflix’s On My Block seems to address at least one of the cliffhangers from the debut season. Netflix released the cold open of the second season premiere episode – the series returns March 29 – and the mood is, at least initially, pretty grim. We see a series of sidewalk and alleyway memorials to the victims of violence in the South Central L.A. neighborhood.

The coming of age dramedy was co-created by Lauren Iungerich (Awkward) and Eddie Gonzalez & Jeremy Haft (All Eyez On Me) and chronicles the lives of four friends navigating, as Netflix describes it, “their way through the triumph, pain and the newness of high-school…in the rough inner city.”

Read the full article and watch the trailer here: www.deadline.com

 


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Netflix has tapped its current vice president of content Bela Bajaria to lead the streaming platform’s international non-English TV originals.

Bajaria, who has been with the company since 2016, said that it is an “amazing opportunity to bring stories from different cultures and in different languages to audiences all around the world. Netflix is just scratching the surface on what’s possible and I could not be more excited to get started.”

Bela Bajaria is an incredible creative talent — bringing global hits like ‘You,’ ‘Nailed It’ and ‘Queer Eye’ to Netflix,” said Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos in a statement. “She is the perfect person to build on our international efforts, helping to bring the world’s stories to the world whatever the language.”

The move comes as Netflix is plunging more dollars into content abroad, eyeing paid subscriber growth internationally. According to Netflix, eighty percent of its net added subscribers over the last few quarters were international.

Bajaria was a part of the "Executive Decisions: A Conversation with Leading Women" panel at the 2016 NALIP Diverse Women in Media Forum. 

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In the first trailer for Netflix’s latest rom-com, the Jane the Virgin star plays Jenny, who just landed her dream job in San Francisco.

But with the cushy gig comes loss when her boyfriend of nine years (Lakeith Stanfield) isn’t into the whole long distance thing and ends their relationship. Luckily for Jenny, she’s got her two best friends (Brittany Snow and DeWanda Wise) around to give her an epic last day in New York City.

Watch trailer: www.ew.com


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Netflix to adapt Gabriel García Márquez’s literary classic One Hundred Years of Solitude into a Spanish-language series.

The SVOD service has acquired the rights to develop the novel, which was first published in 1967 and has sold over 50M copies.

García Márquez’s sons Rodrigo Garcia and Gonzalo García Barcha will serve as executive producers on the series, which will be filmed mainly in Colombia.

The book, delving deep into magical realism, tells the story of the multi-generational Buendia family, whose patriarch Jose Arcadio Buendia founded Macondo, a fictional town in Colombia.

Read full article: www.deadline.com


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Netflix a capté sur le dernier trimestre de l'année 2018 52% des revenus de la SVOD en Europe
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Netflix will be taking its anime arm into Greek mythology, thanks to a brand-new original series titled <em>Gods & Heroes</em>.
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Rangan Sir, not relevant to this post but still wanted to ask.Since there is good content available in digital platforms these days, would you consider doing amazon/netflix web series reviews as well?
          A CEO is calling out Amazon Web Services for encroaching on his company's turf — and some experts are supporting Amazon (ESTC, AMZN)      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Earlier this week, Amazon Web Services announced Open Distro for Elasticsearch — its own version of Elasticsearch, an open source software project created by publicly-traded software company Elastic.
  • On Tuesday, Elastic CEO Shay Banon wrote a blog post in response to Amazon, taking it to task for what it sees as co-opting the Elasticsearch brand and community for its new project.
  • Open source software insiders we spoke to have mixed feelings about this episode: Some say that Amazon is purposely trying to split the Elasticsearch community, while others say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and Elastic should keep on trucking. 
  • This also raises questions about the business model of Elastic and other smaller open source software-based companies. Shares of Elastic were down about 2.5% on Tuesday, the first full day of trading after Amazon's announcement.

Earlier this week, Amazon Web Services announced Open Distro for Elasticsearch — its own version of Elasticsearch, an open source software project created by publicly-traded software company Elastic. 

Notably, this Open Distro includes several features for Elasticsearch that normally can only be found in Elastic's paid, premium version of the software. Shares of Elastic were down about 2.5% on Tuesday, the first full day of trading after Amazon's announcement.

On Tuesday, Elastic CEO Shay Banon took Amazon to task in a blog post accusing the cloud giant of misusing Elastic's brand, purposely co-opting its technology, and masking its actions "with fake altruism or benevolence."

Elasticsearch is an open source search project originally created by Elastic and used by companies like Uber and Tinder. Since Elasticsearch is open source, it's free and legal for anyone to use, modify or distribute as they see fit — including by Amazon, as it's doing here. 

In the blog post, Banon writes that this isn't the first time Elasticsearch has been forked — the term for when an open source project is copied and then modified to create a totally new software project with its own community and priorities. He writes that several Chinese companies have done it, and now, Amazon, too. 

"There was always a 'reason,' at times masked with fake altruism or benevolence," Banon wrote in a blog post. "None of these have lasted. They were built to serve their own needs, drive confusion, and splinter the community."

Read more: Amazon is partnering with Netflix and Expedia as it fires back at the startups that accuse it of unfairly profiting from their open source code

Open source industry experts tell Business Insider that it's not so cut-and-dried. Some say it's a sign of how hard it is for smaller open source companies to compete with the likes of Amazon, while others take Open Distro for Elasticsearch as a sign that Amazon is working to fight the perception that it doesn't give back to open source.

"I think it's not surprising things came to this point," Erica Brescia, co-founder and COO of open source software company Bitnami, told Business Insider. "It was inevitable that companies built around open source projects are going to try to innovate their business model. I think it's the beginning, not the end, in evolving business and strategy for open source companies."

Calling out Amazon

Amazon has said that it created Open Distro for Elasticsearch because Elastic, the company, was putting too much of its proprietary code into the main Elasticsearch project. That put AWS customers at legal risk, the company said, because it wasn't clear what was free-to-use open source and what was commercial, proprietary code. By running its own, vetted version of Elasticsearch, Amason could offer customers a trusted version of the software, it says.

"From our perspective, open source should be open source, and proprietary software should be proprietary," Amazon Web Services' Andi Gutmans said at the Open Source Leadership Summit on Tuesday, addressing Open Distro. "The first thing is, if you do open source you do open source. If you do proprietary, you do proprietary."

In his blog post, Banon said that others have bluntly copied the proprietary code in question — including, he says, Amazon. 

"Our commercial code has been an 'inspiration' for others, it has been bluntly copied by various companies, and even found its way back to certain distributions or forks, like the freshly minted Amazon one, sadly, painfully, with critical bugs," Banon said. "We kept on being focused on building great products and communities, that users love."

Banon also expressed concerns about Elastic's brand being "abused, hijacked, and misrepresented." Amazon has said that it intends to contribute code back to the main Elasticsearch project, which doesn't seem to impress Banon.

"Companies have falsely claimed that they work in collaboration with our company, topically Amazon," Banon wrote. "We did not let it distract us, we kept on building great products and communities, that users love. Dilution of focus is the enemy of a company, and we never let it affect us."

In addition, Banon addressed how Amazon wrote that it offered Elastic to "dedicate significant resources to help support a community-driven, non-intermingled version of Elasticsearch." Instead, Banon says, Amazon was "demanding preferential treatment," and claims that Elastic does not give any developers priority over others.

"When companies came to us, seeing our success, and asked for special working relationship in order to collaborate on code, demanding preferential treatment that would place them above our users, we told them no," Banon wrote. "This happened numerous times over the years, and only recently again, this time with Amazon."

Some are skeptical of Amazon

Amazon says that Open Distro is not a fork, and that it intends to contribute enough code back to the main project to keep it in parity with original Elasticsearch. It's an important distinction — if it is a fork, Open Distro could draw away developers and users from the original version of Elasticsearch, splitting the community. 

"Amazon's claiming it's not a fork and not a separate offering. However, it clearly is," Joseph Jacks, founder and general partner of OSS Capital, told Business Insider. "Amazon agreed to putting fixes and patches to the upstream communities, but we won't know how that project will unfold."

Jacks says that Amazon forking the code shows that the cloud giant is threatened by open source software and communities, but that it won't win support by treating them like a competitor.

"I think Amazon is better positioned to earn trust and respect of the Elastic user community if instead of treating Elastic with hostility and a competitivity dynamic, they treat them with a partnership dynamic," Jacks said. "That would lead to a better outcome of everyone."

Some think this is working as intended

Others say that Amazon's move is just how it goes with open source, and that it deserves the benefit of the doubt.

"One of the biggest compliments is when someone embraces and adopts it," Craig McLuckie, VP of R&D at VMware and co-creator of the mega-popular Kubernetes open source project, told Business Insider. "Everyone's looking for a villain here, but everyone wears an agenda on their sleeve. From my perspective, this is how open source should work. At the end of the day, a fork is the greatest compliment."

Chris Aniszczyk, CTO and COO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, says he thinks it's positive to see Amazon contributing more to open source, and Open Distro solves a real problem for AWS customers. Microsoft, he says, was once seen as an enemy of open source, but it has become a huge proponent, and so too could Amazon. 

"Amazon has a historically bad reputation with their relationship to open source, but that's changing," Aniszczyk told Business Insider. "The analogy I'll use is, I spent most of my career hearing that Microsoft is the great Satan of open source. Amazon will change over time."

Previously, Oracle has forked the enterprise version of the Linux operating system, says Luis Villa, cofounder of Tidelift, but it was not a threat to Red Hat or other companies selling their own versions of Linux. Similarly, he does not think Open Distro will pose a major threat to Elastic over the long haul.

Still, Villa says, it's not necessarily a great look for Amazon to have gotten into the Elasticsearch game like this, given its reputation as an aggressive competitor. 

"There will be some customers who will need a specific thing Amazon will be able to serve better, but most will benefit from Elastic's upstream project," Villa told Business Insider. "There's more concern that Amazon is an 800 pound gorilla. There will be that perception. Amazon has done a lot lately to say, 'we're great participants in open source.' This set that back a bit."

Raising questions over business models

What stands out to some open source insiders is how this calls into question the so-called open core business model held by many open source software companies. Essentially, companies like Elastic give away the core of their products as open source, while making money by offering better technical support or advanced features.

In recent years, this business model has come under scrutiny, thanks to the rise of major cloud providers like Amazon. Those providers are free to take that open source code, add to it, and resell it as a service to customers for profit — potentially taking customers away from the company that created the software. Indeed, Amazon Web Services has provided an Elasticsearch-based service since 2015, just three years after Elastic was founded. 

Banon writes in his blog entry that Elastic's strong relationships with developers and focus on this one market sets it apart.

However, Bassam Tabbara, founder and CEO of open source company Upbound, says that it's a sign that Amazon poses a major threat to open core software companies. Because AWS is so big, and so profitable, it can subsidize the development of the software indefinitely, using it as a draw to bring more customers onto its cloud.

"It comes down to, can an open source project make money on a cloud offering if they're not a cloud provider? If the answer is no, essentially, the cloud providers will be the only ones making money from open source."

Sid Sijbrandij, CEO and co-founder of GitLab, still believes in the open core model. No matter what Amazon does, he says, there are ways to make your business resilient to that threat — like adding more proprietary features, and working harder to close deals with customers of all sizes. At the same time, he says, it's clear that it makes the competition that much more daunting.

"Amazon is doing what's right for their customers. They have an offering of Elasticsearch and they're creating more value for users of open source so I think it's smart for Amazon, but it's a problem for commercial open source companies."

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  • The biggest Microsoft game, "Minecraft," is finally headed to Microsoft's Netflix-like game subscription service.
  • It's the latest major Microsoft-published game to head to the subscription-based Xbox Game Pass service.
  • Unlike some games on the service that cycle in and out of availability, "Minecraft" will remain available in perpetuity to Game Pass subscribers. It arrives on April 4.

Microsoft is adding another crown jewel to its celebrated, Netflix-like Xbox Game Pass service: "Minecraft."

The game gets added to the Xbox Game Pass game library on April 4, and will stay on the service going forward.

"What's the Xbox Game Pass?" you ask? It's sort of like Netflix, but for Xbox games.

You pay a single monthly fee — $10 per month — and you're given access to more than 100 mostly excellent games, including "Forza Horizon 4," "Crackdown 3," and "Fallout 4." Rather than streaming said games, à la Netflix with movies and TV, you download those games directly to your Xbox One. 

Crackdown 3

Like Netflix has its own stable of shows and movies that never leave Netflix, such is the case with Microsoft-published games on the Xbox Game Pass service — and that means franchises like "Halo," "Gears of War," "Forza" and, now, "Minecraft." 

And there are loads of other great games on Xbox Game Pass, including newer titles like "Just Cause 4" and older titles like "Lego Batman 2." 

Given the selection, and the relatively low monthly price, Xbox Game Pass is one of gaming's best deals.

Let's say you bought just one of the games above — "Just Cause 4," which came out on December 4, 2018. Amazon's selling it right now for $35 ... or you could pay $1 and play it as much as you want for the next month, because it costs only $1 for the first month of a Game Pass subscription.

And that's before we start talking about the literally dozens of other excellent games available, or even "Minecraft" itself — if you buy it for Xbox One today, it costs $20. But starting on April 4, you could just get an Xbox Game Pass subscription instead.

SEE ALSO: Microsoft is creating the ‘Netflix for games’: Here’s everything we know so far

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          If You're Sick of Rom-Coms, Here Are 18 Darkly Erotic Thrillers Streaming on Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      

Nothing is more thrilling than sex, so it only makes sense that thrillers are some of the sexiest movies out there. Sure, sex brings pleasure, builds intimacy, and creates new life - but when it's out of your control, it can also turn painful, contemptuous, and even murderous. If you're looking for a tantalizing night in, Netflix offers tons of erotic thrillers starring beautiful people and sexy romances that have taken a very dark turn, perfect for anyone who can't stomach a cheesy rom-com. Read on to see the darkest, guiltiest-pleasure flicks available to stream right now.


          3/13/2019: The Views: How culturally awkward are you? I      Cache   Translate Page      
ndians may have awkward social situations like people sticking to you like Velcro in a queue, or fighting with the waiter over who will foot the bill. I was watching a feature on Netflix on how Brits are uncomfortable making friends, are scarred for...
          3/13/2019: It’s Hot: Kevin Hart gets Netflix special      Cache   Translate Page      

Comic Kevin Hart is the latest stand-up comic to move to Netflix with Monday’s announcement that the comic’s latest special, will arrive on the streaming platform on April 2. The hourlong Irresponsible was filmed before a sold-out crowd of 15,000 at...
          How Dating Around was filmed, according to Lex and two producers      Cache   Translate Page      

Behind the scenes of Dating Around, the Netflix series that follows one person going on five blind dates.


          “The Umbrella Academy” es la serie de Netflix que quiere hacer que olvides a los superhéroes de Marvel… Y que lo consigue      Cache   Translate Page      
Está clarísimo: Netflix pasa de la Marvel y quiere explorar nuevas series de superhéroes... Y, oye, si son tan guays como "The Umbrella Academy", fetén.
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          L’altra faccia dello sport, quei campioni che hanno perso       Cache   Translate Page      
Su Netflix una serie di documentari, «Losers», che sceglie di ribaltare la prospettiva e occuparsi di chi non ce l’ha fatta: ma nessuno dei perdenti si dà per perso .
          Netflix : Dragon's Dogma aura sa série animée      Cache   Translate Page      
Comme Castlevania avant lui, Dragon’s Dogma aura finalement l’honneur d’être adapté en série animée, Netflix ayant fait savoir qu’un tel projet était actuellement en cours. Pas de fenêtre de sortie toutefois pour cette adaptation du titre de Capcom disponible depuis 2012 sur les supports de l’époque (PC, PS3, Xbox 360).Sans donner trop de détails,...
          Tech Advice: Streaming Services      Cache   Translate Page      
Streaming video over the internet with apps like Netflix and Hulu has become very common. We talk about what the benefits are, what services are available and if it’s a good option for you.
          Doom: Annihilation’s First Trailer Is So Bad Even Bethesda Disavows It! [VIDEO]      Cache   Translate Page      
MOVIE NEWS – After the 2005 Doom film, another one is coming soon. It seems even the publisher is distancing itself from it… Doom: Annihilation is made by Universal 1440 Entertainment, an arm of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. It is immediately jumping the movie rounds, as it’s going to be a direct-to-video release (meaning it’s going to immediately debut on DVD, Blu-ray or Netflix and the like…). Story-wise, a group of space marines are being sent to a Martian base to check the distress signal. They end up finding a lot of demons there… Doom: Annihilation‘s writer is Tony Giglio (S.W.A.T.: Under Siege), and it starts Amy Manson, Louis Mandylor, Hari Dhillon, and Nina Bergman. The movie was rumoured as early as 2011, but since…

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          Some analysts think Apple's Netflix rival will top 100M subscribers within a few years      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Comment on [KR1355] Keiser Report: Social credit scores & Obamacare by Youri Carma      Cache   Translate Page      
NETFLIX TIP <i>I am not much of a series buff because I spend my time on movies but I got a tip from series buff friend.</i> The Bridge Netflix https://www.netflix.com/nl-en/title/70254188 Bron/Broen (TV Series 2011–2018) - IMDb https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1733785/ The Bridge (2011-2018) SWEDISH & DANISH TV series) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bridge_(2011_TV_series) The Bridge (Danish: Broen; Swedish: Bron) is a Scandinavian noir crime television series created and written by Hans Rosenfeldt. A joint creative and financed production between Sweden's Sveriges Television and Denmark's Danmarks Radio, it has been shown in more than 100 countries.
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          Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt      Cache   Translate Page      

We've got a double winner on the insightful side this week, with That One Guy taking the top spot. In first place, it's a long comment arguing that we weren't hard enough on MEP Axel Voss:

'Why Does MEP Axel Voss Keep Lying About Article 13?'

Is that a rhetorical question? Because the answer is blindly obvious from where I'm sitting, and applies to him and all the others like him to keep making blatantly false arguments and claims: Because it's impossible to defend it honestly, and he(and others like him) is so contemptuous of the public that he has no problem lying straight to people's faces if it means getting what he wants.

This is an astounding level of ignorance on so many levels

No.

The time for 'maybe he doesn't understand what he's talking about' benefit of the doubt is well past. At best he's grossly incompetent in not doing the slightest bit of research into a bill he's heavily supported, but far more likely is that he's not being 'ignorant' when he makes blatantly incorrect statements, he's being dishonest, and deserves to be called out as the liar he is every single time he does it.

Instead, he has to play this charade, where he makes these ridiculous and easily debunked statements to support an unconscionable law that will lead to massive internet censorship and change the very fundamental nature of the internet itself.

And again, no.

He does not 'have to' lie to people's faces and make dishonest arguments, he chooses to. No one is forcing him to lie and engage in dishonest tactics, so I see no reason to soften the language describing such acts in any way. He does not 'have to' lie, he deliberately chooses to lie.

In second place, it's some extended thoughts on our post about Elizabeth Warren's big tech breakup plan:

Need to work on those priorities

Meanwhile, if Warren were truly concerned about "monopolies" and a lack of competition, why isn't her plan looking at the lack of competition in the broadband and mobile markets -- cases where we have legitimate competition problems due to bad regulatory policies going back decades?

I was thinking this very thing the entire article. She wants to bust up monopolies that are harmful to the public? Then maybe put Google, Amazon and Facebook on the backburner and start with companies where in large numbers of cases people aren't signed up with them because they're popular, but because it's either them or nothing.

If someone really doesn't want to use Facebook the fact that it's popular doesn't mean they have to, as there are plenty of alternatives, but if the only choice of actual broadband in your area comes from one company whether you like them or not doesn't matter, it's either them or no internet, which is dramatically more severe than simply 'no using this platform for social media'.

She wants to crack down on monopolies that are harmful to the public? Great, there are much better targets to start with, and I'd love for someone to point that out to her, if only to see her reaction and whether or not she'd be willing to go on the record as supporting the idea of going after Comcast and company for their respective monopoly positions.

For editor's choice on the insightful side, we start out with a comment from Qwertygiy, pushing back against the assertion that if copyright expired on the death of the creator, it would incentivize the murder of creators:

If an estate is passed down to heirs at the death of the owner, there would be an incentive for heirs to kill the owner of a valuable estate.

If a political office is put up for election upon the death of the holder, there would be an incentive to kill the holders of a valuable political office.

If funeral homes are paid upon the death of a person, there would be an incentive for funeral homes to kill random people.

Oh... wait... all of that is already true, and we have laws that are very effective deterrents against any of that from happening.

Next, it's That Anonymous Coward arguing that, given the assault on fair use and public domain by copyright maximalists, a good first step in response would be to roll back copyright terms:

If fair use is such a burden, let us roll back the expansive handouts of extensions we've given them. It is supposed to benefit us but I am really hard pressed to see how the public is getting any benefits.

Laws killing memes
Laws killing content they don't control
Laws killing technological advancement

Fair use is so very mean to them... if we just did away with it then that damn dancing babies family would have coughed up the $150K the law says we deserve! That video cost us trillions of dollars in losses!!

Lets take back the extensions they wanted, because they have tormented those of us who agreed to grant them exclusive rights for a limited time in exchange for fair use & the public domain, they've been trying to kill fair use and they had killed the public domain for a very long time. Let us go back to a simpler time where 'limited time' didn't mean 4 human life spans.

Over on the funny side, our first place winner is Boba Fat, who responded to Steven Spielberg's opposition to Oscars for Netflix movies, and specifically to another commenter noting that "we've always done it this way" is a bad justification for anything:

Nonsense! We've always used that as our justification! We shouldn't change it now.

In second place, we've got Toom1275 with another response to Spielberg:

Someone should call Jurassic Park and let them know they're missing their dinosaur.

For editor's choice on the funny side, we start out with a comment from Mike Read, who was struck by one of our headlines about Europe:

Clash Of EU's Poorly Thought Out Laws

Is this a new mobile game?

And last but not least, we've got a comment from David about the shame of the NSA:

Things the NSA should not be proud of

The Clipper chip and the Clapper chap.

That's all for this week, folks!



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          Netflix desembarca en La Palma para el rodaje de la serie 'The witcher' que protagoniza Henry Cavill       Cache   Translate Page      

El barco Martín i Soler  ha atracado en la tarde de este martes en el Puerto de Santa Cruz de La Palma con el equipo de rodaje de la serie The witcher (El brujo) que protagoniza el actor británico Henry Cavill. La embarcación de la naviera formada por Fred Olsen y Balearia  realiza la ruta marítima Canarias-Huelva y ha arribado por primera vez al muelle de la capital pasadas las 19.00 horas con casi un centenar de vehículos a bordo. 

El espectacular plató natural de La Palma acoge a partir de este miércoles el rodaje de la citada serie.  Las primeras escenas en La Palma de la superproducción de la plataforma televisión Netflix se graban en la mañana  de este 13 de marzo, en La Cumbrecita, uno de los enclaves más visitados del Parque Nacional de La Caldera de Taburiente. Este martes se han iniciado los preparativos del rodaje.

El equipo de producción está formado por unas 200 personas y tendrá su centro neurálgico en el acuartelamiento de El Fuerte (Breña Baja).  Asimismo, en La Palma han sido contratadas, entre extras y para otros cometidos,  otras 200 personas.

Para el traslado del equipo desde Gran Canaria, además del referido barco, se han fletado dos aviones.

El rodaje en La Palma, que durará dos semanas, se llevará a cabo en distintos enclaves. Entre los mismos figuran el Mirador de La Cumbrecita y el Roque de Los Muchachos en el Parque Nacional de La Caldera de Taburiente (El Paso);  el Cubo  de La Galga, en Puntallana; la cascada de Los Tilos, en San Andrés y Sauces, y  La Zarza y  Juan Adalid, en Garafía.

La nueva gran apuesta de ficción fantástica de la citada plataforma  transporta a la pequeña pantalla el universo creado por el escritor polaco Andrej Sapkowski en torno al brujo Geralt de Rivia, personaje que interpretará Henry Cavill, actor británico que se dio a conocer internacionalmente por su papel de Supermán en la película El hombre de acero (2013). Con anterioridad había tenido un rol destacado en la serie televisiva Los Tudor, de Showtime, donde se puso en la piel del duque de Suffolk.


          Commenti su Redmi Note 7 in Italia: ecco quanto costa di MAv8      Cache   Translate Page      
Una cosa positiva che invece va evidenziata,è che a differenza dei precedenti device Redmi, se non ho capito male, questo ha i DRM Widevine di livello L1 necessari per vedere Netflix in HD.
          The Order : pour les spectateurs, le nouveau teen show de Netflix tient ses promesses      Cache   Translate Page      
Destiné à un public fan de créatures magiques et d’histoires d’amour tumultueuses, The Order est disponible sur la plateforme depuis le 7 mars. Avec son casting de jeunes premiers, le show a conquis les fans du genre.

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          Netflix ropes in STXinternational's David Kosse to lead new international film division      Cache   Translate Page      

MUMBAI: After two high profile exits in the last few days, Netflix has reportedly roped STXinternational’s David Kosse to lead its new international film division. Kosse will be focusing particularly on significant non-English-language films along with overseeing all international production and acquisition for the streaming giant in his role as international film VP.

According to reports, Kosse will report to Universal alum Scott Stuber. “We want to make significant movies which will have a big impact in major markets such as France, Germany, Italy and Spain but which can also travel to our subscribers around the world. Movies such as Roma and Intouchables. The focus right now for this division is to establish the foreign language movies in the same way Netflix has established series that have travelled,” Kosse commented as quoted by Deadline.

Teresa Moneo, director of international film and Funa Maduka, director of international film and acquisitions will join Kosse in the Netflix London office. As he has spent his career launching and building international film divisions, the move is expected to boost the company’s international film presence.

Last week, Netflix CMO Kelly Bennet announced his exit from the company after a stint of seven years. Bennet led Netflix’s marketing efforts at a time when its subscriber base grew exponentially. He also played a very important role in the marketing of original content of the platform. Erik Barmack, Netflix’s current vice-president for international originals, is also leaving the company after an eight-year stint.

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          Episode 108 – The One About Castlevania, Hierarch and Necromancing      Cache   Translate Page      
Necromancy and patriotism combine in this rambling episode featuring Paul’s thoughts on the Netflix Original Castlevania, the Nintendo Switch fighting game Arms, plus listener-exclusive previews of Kris’ new multimillion-dollar gaming franchise Hierarch: Call of the Voyancer. And don’t worry, Nazis will be detonated using an Allied necromancer courtesy of Diablo III.
          3/13/2019: The Great River Run: Netflix show link to killing      Cache   Translate Page      

A MAN accused of killing his lover and driving her body around in his mother’s car boot allegedly mentioned to detectives a Netflix series about a murderous stalker during an interview. Unemployed man James Hachem, 32, who was allegedly seen with...
          ‘An Interview with God’ on Netflix Explained: Cast, Trailer, Reviews, and More      Cache   Translate Page      
This spiritual drama is the latest buzzy addition to Netflix's movie library.
          Grappling and Grateful      Cache   Translate Page      
I’m nesting.

No, I’m not pregnant, and I’m not sure when it started exactly, but with the start of residency looming and more free time on my hands right now than I’m used to, l have this strong desire to declutter and reorganize. Thanks in part to a nudge from Mommabee’s recent post on feeling stuck, I dove into Marie Kondo’s Netflix series.

I hoped that I would get some practical tips for decluttering, and I did, but I also found something much more enlightening. It clicked during the 4th episode, when a family of four was working to control the clutter after downsizing from a large house to a 2-bedroom apartment. The crux of the episode was when it became clear that the mother was responsible for essentially all of the “stuff”, both physically, cognitively and emotionally, to the point where her adolescent children and husband would call her throughout the day because they couldn’t find anything. She had taken on the role and implicitly assumed the responsibility while working a full-time job outside the home. I won’t dive into a full analysis of the show (although there’s a good one on the show’s gender dynamics here). The invisible labor of womanhood and motherhood becomes visible.

Suddenly, I saw my impulse to reorganize our home and life in stark clarity. While I’m grateful that my husband is committed to gender equality in our marriage, we’re still fighting generations of inequality and implicit assumptions about men and women’s roles at home and in managing family life. So while some things are straightforward, ie, if I make dinner, he cleans up, and vice versa, other forms of emotional labor are not. Looking back, we can both see the impacts of very unequal emotional labor on each of our mothers. And the “stuff” is just one example. We both moved at least 10 times throughout our childhoods, sometimes internationally, and usually lived in rented housing. While my father was the “packing expert”, my mother managed the bulk of the organizing and cleaning and knowing where everything was, on top of knowing who needed what doctor/dentist/chiropractor appointment or freshly laundered uniform and what we were going to eat for dinner. And I subconsciously still assume that’s my role too. I’ve been able to keep up (mostly) with this invisible work while keeping up in medical school, although it’s gotten a lot harder since my son was born. I’m actually pretty good at managing a lot of this in my head.

But here’s the thing - I know it’s taking energy away from other areas where I want to be excellent, like being really present with my son when I’m with him, and developing into an excellent physician, and building the career that I actually want, rather than just slogging along on a one-size-fits-all career treadmill. I know the other members of my medical-student-mom squad feel it too. We’re constantly exhausted and we’re not even in residency yet. And while decluttering is helpful, it’s not the answer. Delegating is definitely part of the answer, but first I have to list out all of the things that I’m trying to do and then figure out how to delegate them. So keep an eye out for my household organizing/delegating app once I actually figure out how to do all of this. (I'm kidding - this is way beyond the scope of any app.)

No, I put this out there not because I’m expecting someone has a magic answer, but because I’m grappling. And I’m also grateful. I’m grateful for my wonderful mother and mother-in-law, who managed two large, chaotic households with so much love and way more patience than we ever deserved. They fell into bed at the end of every day exhausted for reasons they couldn’t even name. I’m so grateful to them for managing all of our “stuff”, both physical and emotional. And I hope to honor them by finding a way to both love and care for my own little family while letting go of some of those expectations and responsibilities. I hope to honor them by sharing some of the empathy and intuitiveness that I learned from them with my patients and colleagues too. And I’m grateful for the #momsquad that lets me vent without judgement about how hard all of this is, and the husband and toddler who love me just as I am.


          ‘Gods & Heroes’: Netflix Orders Greek Mythology Series Starring Jason O’Mara, Mamie Gummer      Cache   Translate Page      
The anime series follows the illegitimate son of Zeus, a young man tasked with saving heaven and earth from a vengeful goddess.
          100M subs ‘a realistic medium-term goal’ for Apple’s streaming video service, says analyst      Cache   Translate Page      

A couple of weeks before Apple announces its long-awaited streaming video service, a firm of analysts has suggested that 100M subscriptions could be ‘a realistic medium-term goal’ for the company. This compares to the roughly 150M Netflix subscribers.

Wedbush cautions that the number is predicated on Apple bringing on board major content partners, as well as purchasing content owners, as it would take too long to rely solely on creating original content …

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          Blumhouse Developing New Female-Led Horror Movie from ‘Cam’ Duo Isa Mazzei and Daniel Goldhaber      Cache   Translate Page      
Late last year, after the Netflix release of their debut feature Cam, writing/directing duo Isa Mazzei and Daniel Goldhaber had teased in an interview with The Daily Beast that their next project would be another female-led horror movie, centered on a serial killer. “It’s also somewhat autobiographical,” Mazzei, a former camgirl, told the site. “But in more of […]
          After “Bandersnatch” Success, Netflix Doubling Down on Interactive Content      Cache   Translate Page      
While not very fun, Netflix’s “Black Mirror” spinoff Bandersnatch was a peek into the possibilities of modern interactive entertainment.  Obviously an experiment, the technology can only get better, which is why it makes sense for the streaming giant to “double down” on future projects. Variety reports that Netflix’s VP, product, Todd Yellin, revealed in Mumbai on […]
          Netflix to Create Animated Series Based on Capcom’s ‘Dragon’s Dogma’      Cache   Translate Page      
With the success of their animated adaptation of Castlevania, Netflix is shifting into high gear with series based on Devil May Cry, Resident Evil, and now another Capcom property in Dragon’s Dogma. Though details aren’t forthcoming at the moment, in the announcement, Netflix states that Sublimation will handle the production. According to Sublimation representative director […]
          ‘Devil May Cry: The Animated Series’ is Free on The US PlayStation Store      Cache   Translate Page      
Longtime fans probably remember the 2007 12-part OVA series based on Devil May Cry, particularly with the Netflix series in the works. Taking place between Devil May Cry 3 and Devil May Cry, the anime followed Dante (and his love of strawberry sundaes, for some reason) as he worked as the bodyguard of a young […]
          MÖTLEY CRÜE’s NIKKI SIXX – “We Didn’t Play By The Rules, And That’s A Cool Place To Be”      Cache   Translate Page      
In a new interview with L.A. Weekly, Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx talked about their upcoming Netflix biopic The Dirt as well other topics surrounding the band. Sixx talked about the future of the band saying, “It’s taken a lot to get the movie made and we got the songs...
          That Special Someone: The Pet Shelter; Breakfast Dancers: Full Episode Part 1; Happy Rainbow Family Time: Full Episode Part 2 | Pinky Malinky      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Dragon’s Dogma da el salto a la pequeña pantalla gracias a Netflix en forma de anime      Cache   Translate Page      

Netflix le ha pillado el gustito a esto de adaptar videojuegos a series. Su próximo anime adaptado a videojuego será Dragon's Dogma.

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          Comentario en [Series] Comentarios de Doom Patrol 1×04: Cult Patrol por urbon      Cache   Translate Page      
Yo igual le tengo ganas que no me pude esperar a que salga en netflix xD. Me la estoy viendo por torrents :(
          Ricky Gervais talks new Netflix comedy ‘After Life’      Cache   Translate Page      
Ricky Gervais joins Kathie Lee and Hoda to talk about his new Netflix comedy, “After Life,” in which he plays a journalist who spirals into depression after his wife dies.
          Oscar Isaac talks ‘Triple Frontier,’ ‘Star Wars’ and turning 40      Cache   Translate Page      
Oscar Isaac sits down with Hoda Kotb to talk about his latest film, “Triple Frontier,” a Netflix heist thriller co-starring Ben Affleck and Charlie Hunnam. He also dishes on the upcoming “Star Wars” movie, which will wrap up the Skywalker saga.
          Amazon, Google forays into banking seen as threat by RBC's CEO      Cache   Translate Page      
Royal Bank of Canada's Dave McKay told investors on Tuesday that he's increasingly worried about the so-called FANG companies — Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet — getting into banking.
          Telenor Pakistan partners with Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      
Telenor postpaid and corporate customers can now pay for Netflix subscriptions through their mobile bills Telenor Pakistan has announced its partnership with Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service. As part of this partnership, Telenor’s postpaid and corporate customers in Pakistan will be able to add their Netflix subscription fee to their monthly mobile bill, […]
          Kommentar zu Netflix will nach Erfolg von „Bandersnatch“ weitere interaktive Serien produzieren von Rene      Cache   Translate Page      
Bandersnatch ist doch ein bisschen verstrickter als man auf den ersten Blick erwartet. Wenn man z.B. das Jobangebot zum zweiten mal annimmt obwohl man weiß das es die Falsche Entscheidung ist wirkt sich dies auf die Geschichte aus.
          Netflix verfilmt Höhlenrettung in Thailand      Cache   Translate Page      

Im vergangenen Sommer steckten 12 junge Fußballspieler und ihr Trainer in einer thailändischen Höhle fest. Eine spektakuläre Rettungsaktion folgte. Nun sicherte sich Netflix die Rechte an der abenteuerlichen Geschichte – und machte einen lukrativen Deal mit den Höhlen-Protagonisten.


          Netflix Announces Dragon's Dogma Animated Series      Cache   Translate Page      
Hopefully, another masterwork.
          13 Detalles curiosos que tienes que saber sobre UMBRELLA ACADEMY      Cache   Translate Page      
Umbrella Academy revolucionó Netflix hace poco, si aún no viste la serie te recomendamos verla, el post contiene algunos spoilers, ya están advertidos 😀
          Comentario en Concurso #BFFZancada marzo: Gana una suscripción de 3 meses a Netflix por Isn’t It Romantic, una película que se ríe de las comedias románticas (pero igual es una comedia romántica) - Zancada: Lo que conversas con amigas      Cache   Translate Page      
[…] Recuerden si aún no han participado por 3 meses de suscripción a Netflix (para nuevas y antiguas usuarias), todavía están a tiempo de hacerlo en este link. […]
          Idris Elba Swears He Was Fooling Around With Infamous James Bond Tweet       Cache   Translate Page      
When promoting for his new Netflix comedy series, 'Turn Up Charlie', the 'Luther' star shoots down speculations that he will take over Daniel Craig as the coveted 007 agent.
          Netflix's Anime Plans Expand Even Further With Adaptation of Cult Capcom RPG Dragon's Dogma      Cache   Translate Page      

From nabbing streaming rights to classics like Neon Genesis Evangelion, to co-producing new series ranging from adaptations of its own shows to icons like Ultraman, Netflix is leaning all the way in on anime lately. And now it’s going even further, with the help of a beloved, weird Capcom game.

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          3D Printing Documentary – Print the Legend Will Premier on Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix Inc. has acquired the rights to the documentary Print The Legend, about a 3D printing industry which has drawn recent attention from Wall Street. Netflix said, the documentary, which Netflix will premiere exclusively in 2014, goes behind-the-scenes of the top American 3-D printing brands as they fight to dominate the sector. So-called 3-D printers […]
          Spriggan to Get Netflix Anime Adaptation! JoJo’s david production in Charge Animation      Cache   Translate Page      
It was revealed that Hiroshi Takashige (author) and Ryoji Minagawa (illustrator)’s manga Spriggan will get an anime adaptation. […]
          Everything Netflix Is Deleting This Month      Cache   Translate Page      
Fawlty Towers. The Office. Extras. Coraline. Watchmen. The frickin' Prince Of Bel-Air. These are just some of the movies and TV shows that are exiting Netflix this month. The full list contains a whopping 131 titles. Watch 'em while you still can. More »
   
 
 

          Netflix prepara adaptaciones anime de Spriggan y Dragon´s Dogma       Cache   Translate Page      

          Netflix ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ Success Means More Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Fun Ahead      Cache   Translate Page      
"It won’t necessarily be science fiction, or it won’t necessarily be dark. It could be a wacky comedy," said Netflix's VP of product.
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Our guest on this episode is Sonya Pfeiffer, a former award-winning TV journalist and documentary filmmaker turned criminal defense attorney. Pfeiffer’s former life in television and film, and her current one as a barrister, were transformed by one extremely publicized case, the trial of Michael Peterson, which was the basis of the Netflix series, “The …

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          The Umbrella Academy, la nueva apuesta de Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      
The Umbrella Academy es el nuevo programa de Netflix basado en una familia de superhéroes. Desarrollada por Steve Blackman, la serie es una adaptación del cómic homónimo escrito por Gerard Way, más famoso por ser el vocalista de My Chemical Romance, e ilustrado por Gabriel Bá. Su primera temporada, que adapta las series limitadas ‘Apocalypse Suite’ y ‘Dallas’, fue estrenada
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Triple Frontier stars Oscar Isaac and Pedro Pascal take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet's most searched questions about themselves.

Triple Frontier launches globally on Netflix March 13 with exclusive theatrical engagements.

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          Canal+ Séries : la riposte à Netflix à 6,99 euros par mois      Cache   Translate Page      
Canal+ lance officiellement son nouveau service de vidéo en streaming avec un abonnement de base moins cher que celui de Netflix Nous en parlions il y a quelques semaines (voir actualité). Cette fois, c'est officiel. Canal+ vient de présenter sa nouvelle offre de vidéo en streaming sur abonnement (SVOD). Baptisé sobrement Canal+ Séries, ce service se pose d'emblée en concurrent direct de
          Le migliori VPN per guardare Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Netflix to produce Dragon's Dogma anime      Cache   Translate Page      

Streaming service partners with Japanese CG studio Sublimation, plus Ghost in the Shell and Altered Carbon shows confirmed.


          Netflix promises more interactive content like Black Mirror: Bandersnatch      Cache   Translate Page      

Netflix is prioritizing interactive movies and TV series like Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, according to an executive for the streaming service, with future content currently in the works.

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          Netflix confirma que hará más series interactivas: ¿es lo mejor para luchar contra las descargas pirata?      Cache   Translate Page      
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Netflix dejó caer en 2018 que iba a lanzar algún capítulo interactivo, donde el usuario iba a tomar decisiones para el avance de la trama. Esto se materializó en diciembre con Bandersnatch, el capítulo de Black Mirror con 312 minutos de metraje, con una duración oficial de 90 minutos que llega a más que triplicarse con los cientos de caminos posibles. Esta modalidad ha sido un éxito para la compañía, y han confirmado que van a “elegir” ese camino en el futuro.

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          Netflix to Create Animated Series Based on Capcom's 'Dragon's Dogma' - Bloody Disgusting      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix to Create Animated Series Based on Capcom's 'Dragon's Dogma'  Bloody Disgusting

With the success of their animated adaptation of Castlevania, Netflix is shifting into high gear with series based on Devil May Cry, Resident Evil, and now.


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Mohawk actor Kiawenti:io Tarbell will play a Mi’kmaq girl named Ka’kwet in Season 3 of the CBC and Netflix series.
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La compañía de la manzana continúa publicando vídeos con pequeñas guías y consejos para sacar mayor provecho a las infinitas posibilidades que ofrece el iPhone. En esta oportunidad, la firma compartió un nuevo listado de clips que están relacionados con el envío y la recepción de dinero a través Apple Pay Cash.

En otro clip, nos muestran cómo podemos utilizar la función 'Find my iPhone' para encontrar cualquier dispositivo iOS; mientras que otro vídeo se enfoca en mostrarnos que al usar dual-SIM podemos tener dos números en el mismo iPhone.

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Finalmente, la firma de Cupertino publicó un vídeo donde nos deja claro que con los nuevos iPhone, es posible cambiar la forma de trabajar y jugar, pues vienen equipados con el chip más inteligente y poderoso de todos los teléfonos inteligentes, el A12 Bionic.

Apple ha subido bastantes videos en esta serie de tutoriales, donde incluye consejos sobre las funciones de iPhone, ayudando a los usuarios a sacar un mayor provecho de su dispositivo.

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A Netflix vice president says that the success of 'Bandersnatch' has the network looking for more interactive entertainment on its platform.
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Global streaming giant Netflix has entered into partnerships with Japanese production companies Anima, Sublimation. and David Production. On top of earlier deals with Production I.G and bones in 2018, these team-ups will add more fuel to the platform’s ever growing original anime engine. “Netflix aims to be the most compelling and attractive home for anime […]
          Netflix Orders Greek Myth Series ‘Gods & Heroes’ from ‘Castlevania’ Studio      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix has ordered eight episodes of Gods & Heroes, an original anime series set in the world of Greek Mythology. The series tells the story of a young man who, cast aside by his people, learns that he is the illegitimate son of Zeus. He alone can save both Heaven and Earth but to do […]
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I wish I could dedicate all of my time to writing because it's the best way for me to relax. In my head I carry 1,000 thoughts that I regularly wish to share, but in the craziness of everyday life I can't seem to find the time to sit down and write it out. I want to get better about scheduling time to do this.

March was a crazy month for me. I've started to work with the FDA's Pediatric Advisory Committee in the Office of Pediatric Therapeutics. It's not a job job, just an advisory role that requires minimal time, but I did have to travel to DC for a meeting at the beginning of the month. It was a fascinating look into the decision making processes of the FDA to protect children and ensure safety of drugs and devices that go to market. I'm always eager to learn more about the complexities of this healthcare system.

Following the FDA meeting, I was off to our second CF Learning Network Community Conference that was nothing short of remarkable. The dedication of the teams in this network to improving outcomes faster fills me with hope. Finally, something that I can do, something that I can be involved in that has a direct impact on improving health and care. I can't place a PICC line, or develop the next big drug to cure this disease. I can fundraise but i'm not good at it. But this is something I can do that has the potential to transform CF care and outcomes.

Here's the thing that I don't think people understand: The efforts of the CF Foundation have been great, and I am grateful for advancements that we have made. But the truth remains:

  • The CF mortality rate across the country has not improved over the last ten years. 
  • The median survival in the US is 11 years less than median survival in Canada (at 50.9 years). 
  • The rate of pulmonary exacerbations in the CF community has not changed since 2004.
Additionally, and we all  know this, the variation in care and outcomes differs, not only between centers but between clinicians within the same center. I know dozens of people with CF who travel to X center because they can do whatever better than their primary center. Or patients who discuss online their preferences for one clinician over another to try to receive better care or achieve better health. And that's not okay by me. Let me repeat that: I AM NOT OKAY WITH THIS. We have to do better. We deserve better. Our care center data, the data used to make clinical decisions and set research priorities is two years old. We are operating with only a rearview mirror, and I'm trying to create a hypothetical dashboard so that we can look ahead and make decisions with confidence, understanding the value of our efforts. I need the rest of the CF community to recognize where we are and say with me that this is not okay, that we deserve better, and that we are committed to working together to achieve them. 

I'm working, with 13 care centers and 30 other parents & patients to create a system that allows us to learn from every interaction so that we can reduce this unintended variation in care, get the right thing to the right person at the right time, every time, and improve care and outcomes. We are working to understand how care is provided at the best CF Centers, learning from their processes and adapting them more quickly to the needs of our center so that we can reduce the unintended variation in care and outcomes. We want to be able to seamlessly share how we are achieving the outcomes at our center so that others can learn from what we know. For example, who knows that the infection control protocol at our care center is unique to our center and has dramatically decreased the rates of infection at our center, which can leads to improvement in mortality rates and survival? I would bet that not even all of the patients at our center know this, but if they did, and if they shared that, everyone would be banging down the doors to their centers saying, 'Hey! Look at them! We want what they have! Lower infection rates, longer lives! Let us help you learn from what they did and learn together about the impact that these changes might have at our center!" What if I had the data to show the secret sauce for Achromobacter eradication (I don't). But what if I was able to collect my data and show the impact on my health and then contribute that data to an enhanced registry so that the next person to acquire that bastard achromobacter didn't have to go through the guessing process for how to treat it? This is what I'm talking about. And it's possible! I know because i'm doing it. This is what the CF Learning Network is and aims to do. Everyone deserves access to this information, but there isn’t a process in place for sharing it. That's what we are changing. The current lack of organization within and across CF care centers results in variations in care and outcomes, and a lot of time wasted trying to recreate the wheel. Raise your hand if your center is working on infection control? Or transition? Or adherence (what does that even mean?!)  Now raise your hand if you're learning from or with another center who might be doing the same thing. Who knows what impact those efforts have? What exactly are you trying to change? What what are you using to determine whether those changes are an improvement? 

Quality care and good health outcome shouldn’t be dependent upon where you receive care. In the CF Learning Network, we believe that everyone has something to teach and something to learn, and that by working together in this new way we can change the pace of improvement in the CF community so that everyone has the best chance of living their healthiest life with CF. 

So we have this incredible Community Conference in March and are now gearing up to bring on 15 more CF centers because everyone is realizing the value of this learning model and that we cannot continue to sit by and watch things stay the same. Let me give you the example of the recent article about the life expectancy for people with CF in the US and Canada having a gap of 11 years. WHO IS OKAY WITH THIS?!?! Not me, in case that wasn't clear. Can we please get impatient? Every article written about that (like this one and this one and yes, even this one written by our very own CFF ) offer guesses for why this variation might exist. What I'm saying is that I'm tired of guessing, especially given that there is a way to stop the guessing and start the learning. We are in 2017. It has been 28 years since the CF gene was discovered. We collect a ton of data and our community includes a ton of smart, dedicated folks, clinicians and patients and parents, and we need to say that this is not acceptable anymore. We need to demand that we do better. We need to figure this out because our kids and our friends lives depend on it. We need to work together. 

In another couple of weeks I should have some data from our network that I can share to show the impact of this new collaboration, of our Learning Network model, on its ability 

This is getting lengthy so i'll wrap this up but want to try to keep writing, as "To survive you must tell stories", so says Umberto Eco. Here's the story I told following the community conference at the American Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics about the role that patients and parents can and should play in drug development and healthcare improvement. It might sound familiar if you've been reading this blog for any amount of time, but here's what I had to say:

I was trying to think of a way to introduce myself and I thought that sharing a story would be the best way for you to get to know a little bit about me. It’s a story about my 7yo son who has cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis, for those of you who dont know, is a genetic disease that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system, causing a thick sticky mucus to build up in the body which can lead to life threatening lung infections and impaired digestion. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation recommends that people with CF be seen by their care team 4 times a year where they ask questions like ‘How’s everything going? What’s his cough been like? How is his appetite? Have you noticed any changes?” And my answers typically sound something like “Good!” and “Pretty normal” and “It was down a couple weeks ago but it seemed to improve.” It’s all subjective, and its mostly from memory. You see, i’m managing my son’s CF in the midst of parenting 3 other kids, working full time, and trying to maintain some semblance of a social life.

As I reflected on these clinic visits, I thought about the value that could come from having a way to quantify the answers to the questions that the doctors were asking us. I went to Facebook and then to Google to see what things other people were using to track stuff about their health. I found an online platform that I could use, and I started to track things about my sons health. And to my surprise, trends began to emerge. I could do personal experiments, looking at changes in my data with the addition or subtraction of a medication or therapy. My care team didn’t seem all that interested in my data, but I found it to be a fascinating learning resource. I was sharing what I found with other patients and parents online, getting their input and feedback on what I was learning.

Then around the beginning of March a few years ago, Drew developed a cough. It wasn’t like his normal cough, though I couldn’t put my finger on how it was different. The frequency wasn’t the same as it has been with other infections. The sound of the cough, something that I can’t quite yet quantify, was different – not totally wet and junky, not exactly tight. His appetite was down. I had talked to his doctor and we decided to try an oral antibiotic, a typical treatment for what they would call a Pulmonary Exacerbation. After a few days and little improvement, we decided that he needed to try IV antibiotics to see if we could kick this. It’s the standard next in line treatment option for an exacerbation. You’ll notice that throughout the course of Ivs his cough still didn’t return to baseline. I was working with my peer community online, and my care team, asking questions like “Did we choose the optimal combination of medications? Is there another treatment that might help better? Are we missing something?” We added a magnesium supplement about a week after we started the IVs, something that my online community of peers had suggested when his care team was left scratching their head, and then upon completion of the IVs tried a steroid to see if that would help. These were all guesses, some based on evidence and others based on anecdotes. All seemed to maybe help a little but weren’t bringing him back to his baseline. This mystery cough continues for over a month. Through all of this, both his doctor and I are monitoring his symptoms and brainstorming together, in agreement that we don’t know what’s going on. She suggests that we may need a hospitalization if these symptoms are going to continue so that he can be monitored more closely.
Desperate to not be admitted, I start digging into my data. What on earth had happened around the time that the cough had developed that may have caused this problem. The only change that I was able to note was that we had stopped Prevacid at the beginning of February, just a couple of weeks before this cough started. He had always been on Prevacid since birth, and we had decided with his care team to take him off of it to see if it was something that he needed or could do without. And when I asked the care team how we would know if it was working, they said that we would notice a change in his bowel movements if he needed it. He takes pancreatic enzymes to help his body digest food, and the Prevacid is a means to control the stomach acid, helping the enzymes pass through his stomach and make it to his pancreas to do their job. If we noticed a change in his bowel movements, then the enzymes weren’t doing their job in regulating fat absorption because they weren’t getting through the stomach intact. I wasn’t even considering how stomach acid might impact his cough. I shared my findings with his doctor and we agreed that restarting the Prevacid was not a bad idea to try.

We restarted prevacid and within a week his cough had returned to baseline.

This change in his care was the result of a suggestion that I had made, not the care team. And it was based on data that I had collected, data that to this day doesn’t exist in his electronic health record. And there was a cost to this! It was his health that suffered - days of school missed, infection control risks associated with PICC lines and hospital admissions, antibiotics that weren’t necessary for a kid whose threat of antibiotic resistance is a real issue. There were days of work missed for my husband and myself, and an impact on the rest of our family with the limited.

My name is Erin Moore. I am the mother of 4 kids and work with Cincinnati Children’s in Quality Improvement related to the patient and family experience of care, and with Eli Lilly as an Patient Advisor. I’m what you might call an ePatient - equipped, enabled, empowered and engaged in my health or the health of someone i care for, I also consider myself a Citizen Scientist. Citizen science (also known as crowd science, crowd-sourced science, or networked science) is scientific research conducted, in whole or in part, by an amateur (or nonprofessional scientist. I do this out of necessity. It’s not possible for any one of my sons doctors to understand all that there is to know about CF, let alone his personal experience with it. I consider it my job to learn all that I can to offer a personalized approach to treating him and giving him the best chance at a good health outcome. I collaborate with my peers, clinicians and patients, to share what we know and change what we can, together. There’s additional benefits to citizen science. The massive collaborations that can occur through citizen science allow investigations at continental and global scales and across decades—leading to discovery that a single scientist could never achieve on their own. Have you ever tracked something about your health - logged steps via a fitbit, or documented the days you’ve had a headache or the pounds lost on a particular diet? Contributing what you know to the improvement of your own outcomes and the outcomes of others is citizen science, and you may already be involved!

The question that I want to present today is though is what if the next person to have a problem similar to the one my son had could learn from our experience, seamlessly? What if there was a better way to learn together from every interaction, curating content from multiple sources, sharing the value that came from our individual interactions with it, building on it for the next person whose path it crosses?

We're creating this in the work I do with Cincinnati Children’s hospital on the development of learning networks, groups of patients, clinicians and researchers working collaboratively to design and test solutions and tools that have the potential to improve care and outcomes in rare diseases. We all have something to share and we all have something to learn. There is a desperate need for us to shift in healthcare from doing things for patients to doing things with them. The experiences of our everyday lives, in caring for these sick kids, or medically complex partners, or aging parents, our experiences are our expertise and both can and should be valued as complementary to the expertise that health care providers share.

My son has a multi-drug resistant bacteria growing in his lungs that has had us in and out of the hospital for years. The medical journals suggest that he will lose roughly 4% of his lung function every year. What I need is access to real-time, trusted, reliable information on everything from novel approaches to eradicate that bacteria, to reasons why having a certain pet could be detrimental to his health. I want to know what other parents know and have tried, and I want a doctor to weigh in on why those options may or may not be good for me. I want to hear about what tracking methods people use and how they connect with their doctor between visits, but even more, how its improving their care. I want other patients to feel empowered to ask about alternatives and suggest trying something new to their doctor, no matter how novel it may be. And then I want to work with the research team to develop the research agenda. I want the next person to ask these questions to intersect with the answers that I found, seamless. Access to information like this, to people, to life saving treatment options, should not be left to the chance of a desperate parent or patient stumbling upon it on Facebook. We really have an ethical and moral obligation to work together!

Here we are in 2017, with a tremendous opportunity to utilize existing technologies to expedite the delivery of the right treatment to the right patient at the right time, every time - stuff that can be useful in clinical care and in clinical research - and yet we're not. There are seamless intersections between people and information in almost every other aspect of our lives – my Amazon Dash button allows me to order new laundry detergent while I’m standing next to my washing machine when I realize that we are running low. Coffee for my Keurig automatically shows up every month in the quantity that the internet has figured out that we drink on a monthly basis. Netflix can give me recommendations of shows that I may like, a starting point if you will, based on my previous viewing preferences. Yet it takes 5 phone calls and a trip to the pharmacy to pick up a MAIL ORDER prescription that we have taken every month since my sons birth and will likely take until the day he dies. We use fax machines to get pre-authorizations and share medical records, MY data, that I often have to pay to get access to, and when I receive that paper version it is often full of errors.

You may recognize this screenshot from the movie Apollo 13 when the astronauts lives literally depended on fitting a square peg into a round hole . The NASA engineers dump everything to which the astronauts have access on the table, and are given the challenge of using what’s on the table to transform the round receptacle to fit the square filter. It’s an impossible task, but these people are solution-based thinkers and their friends’ lives are at stake. And they figured it out. They walked out victorious an hour later carrying a contraption that was once a non-existent solution. They used duct tape and cardboard and creativity and determination and never once said “we can’t do this.” They did it because they had to. And that’s exactly how the parents of children with rare disease are – innovating with cardboard and duct tape and creativity and determination and technology to save our kids lives, because if we don’t, no one will.*

Sharing my experiences on my personal blog and at the medical centers where we receive care has opened the door to many new opportunities for me as an ePatient, like the one I have that brought me here. I work with the clinical innovation team at Eli Lilly as an ePatient advisor, blogging and helping to guide them through feedback, providing insights on how increased focus on patient centeredness and real world evidence is changing the healthcare ecosystem and how these trends may affect drug development, and keeping the patient voice front and center in clinical trial innovation.

Patients and their families experience research and care in a way that you may never fully understand. Our expertise should be seen as complementary to the care teams and researchers, and I believe that the path to collaboration and ultimately improvement is a humble awareness of that shared humanity. There are days when I think about the fact that CF is a progressive and fatal disease that does not have a cure. Then I remember that life too is both progressive and fatal. I hope you’ll consider the value of including patients as partners, true patient integration, and the profound effect that it can have on improving health and changing outcomes.

*This paragraph was adapted from mom-blogger Kelle Hampton 

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In the cover story of the November/December 2017 issue of the Washington Monthly, executive editor Gilad Edelman chronicled how anti-monopoly politics, including revived antitrust enforcement, had “seemed to go from fringe argument to a pillar of the Democrats’ economic plan, at least rhetorically, overnight.” (It turned out that years of earnest Washington Monthly articles on the subject played a role.) But, he cautioned, things like merely including a section on corporate concentration in the Democrats’ “Better Deal” agenda were just “baby steps.” It remained to be seen whether the issue would develop into a real campaign topic.

Two things happened this week that suggest the answer may be “yes.” Yesterday, at a rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Senator Bernie Sanders, who recently entered the presidential race, delivered a speech about how to improve the fortunes of rural America that heavily emphasized the need to combat agricultural monopolies. The argument sounded strikingly similar to the ones recently made by the Open Markets Institute’s Claire Kelloway, in the Washington Monthly, and Austin Frerick, in the American Conservative. 

Council Bluffs, IA – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders will deliver remarks in Council Bluffs today. See below for full remarks:

Thank you all very much for being here tonight and thank you for being part of a political revolution which will transform America.

Thank you for being part of a campaign which is not only going to win the Democratic nomination, which is not only going to defeat Donald Trump, the most dangerous president in modern American history, but with your help is going to transform this country and, finally, create an economy and government which works for all Americans, and not just the one percent. Today, I want to welcome you to a campaign which says, loudly and clearly, that the underlying principles of our government will not be greed, kleptocracy, hatred and lies. It will not be racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia and religious bigotry. All of that is going to end.
The principles of our government will be based on justice: economic justice, social justice, racial justice and environmental justice. Tonight, I want to welcome you to a campaign which tells the powerful special interests who control so much of our economic and political life that we will no longer tolerate the greed of Wall Street, corporate America and the billionaire class – greed which has resulted in this country having more income and wealth inequality than any other major country on earth.

No. We will no longer stand idly by and allow 3 people in this country to own more wealth than the bottom half of America while, at the same time, nearly 20 percent of our children live in poverty, veterans sleep out on the streets and seniors cannot afford their prescription drugs. We will no longer accept 46 percent of all new income going to the top 1 percent, while millions of Americans are forced to work 2 or 3 jobs just to survive and over half of our people live paycheck to paycheck, frightened to death about what happens to them financially if their car breaks down or their child becomes sick.

Together, we are going to create a political system which is based on the democratic principles of one person – one vote – and end a corrupt system which allows billionaires to buy elections. Yes. We are going to overturn Citizens United and move to public funding of elections.

Today, we fight for a political revolution.

And tonight, I want to offer a very special thanks to the people of the great state of Iowa. In 2016, this is where the political revolution began. Thank you Iowa.

When I first came here to campaign in 2015 not a whole lot of people knew who I was, nobody took our campaign seriously, and we were at 3 percent in the polls. Further, the ideas that we were talking about then were considered by establishment politicians and mainstream media to be “radical” and “extreme” – ideas, they said, that nobody in America would support.

Raising the minimum wage to a living wage. Too radical. Guaranteeing health care to all as a right, not a privilege. Too radical. Creating up to 15 million jobs by rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure with a one trillion dollar investment. Too radical. Aggressively combatting climate change. Too radical. Reforming our broken criminal justice and immigration systems. Too radical. Not taking money from super PACs and the rich. Too radical. Ending the power of super delegates at the Democratic Convention. Too radical.
Well, a funny thing happened in Iowa over that year. On Caucus Night we didn’t win 3% of the vote, we won 50% of the vote and half of the pledged delegates.

And that great start in Iowa led us to win victories in 22 states around the country, 13 million votes, over 1700 delegates at the convention and more votes from young people – black, white, Latino, Asian American and Native American – than Trump and Clinton combined.

And, by the way. Those ideas that we talked about 4 years years ago that seemed so very radical at that time. Well, today, virtually all of those ideas are supported by a majority of the American people and have overwhelming support from Democrats and independents – and they’re ideas that Democratic candidates for president to school board are now supporting.

So Iowa, you helped begin the political revolution in 2016 and, with your help on this campaign, we are going to complete what we started here. We’re going to turn our vision and our progressive agenda into reality.

Today, as we launch our campaign here in Iowa, we say to the private health insurance companies, whether you like it or not, the United States will join every other major country on earth and guarantee healthcare to all people as a right. All Americans are entitled to go to the doctor when they’re sick and not go bankrupt after staying in the hospital. We will no longer accept the absurdity of paying almost twice as much per capita on health care, while we have a lower life expectancy and worse health care outcomes than many other countries.

The goal of health care must be to provide quality care to all in a cost effective way, not tens of billions in profits for the insurance companies and outrageous compensation packages for CEOs. In 2017, the top 65 healthcare CEO’s made $1.7 billion in compensation including: $83.2 million to David Wichmann, the CEO of UnitedHealth Group and 58.7 million to Mark Bertolini, the CEO of Aetna. We need a health care system that invests in disease prevention, doctors, nurses, dentists and rural clinics. We don’t a system which makes insurance companies and their CEOs super rich.

Yes. We will pass a Medicare for all single-payer program. Health care is a right. And, by the way, our legislation improves health care for seniors by providing coverage for dental care, hearing aids and eye glasses.

Today, we say to the pharmaceutical industry, that you will no longer charge the American people the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs, the result being that one out of five Americans cannot afford the prescriptions their doctors prescribe. Seniors in this country should not have to cut their pills in half. The outrageous greed of the pharmaceutical industry is going to end. We are going to lower prescription drug prices in this country.

Today, we say to Walmart, the fast food industry and other low wage employers: Stop paying your employees starvation wages.. Yes. We are going to raise the federal minimum wage to a living wage – $15 an hour. Nobody who works 40 hours a week in this country should live in poverty. And yes. We’re going to make it easier for people to join unions, not harder.

Four years ago, when we talked about the idea of a $15 an hour minimum wage, it seemed like an impossible dream. Well, since then, I’m happy to tell you that 5 states have passed $15 an hour legislation and, just yesterday, the U.S. House Committee on Labor and Education reported out a bill that will raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $15 an hour. And, I believe, that bill will pass the full House within the month.

And by the way. Today we say to corporate America that artificial intelligence and robotics are not going to be used just to throw workers out on the street. This exploding technology must serve human needs, not just corporate profits.

Today we say to the American people that we will rebuild our crumbling infrastructure: our roads, our bridges, our rail system and subways, our airports, our water systems and wastewater plants – and when we do that we create up to 13 million good paying jobs. And let’s be clear. When I talk about infrastructure and clean water we’re talking about strengthening clean water laws so that corporate polluters stop poisoning the drinking water that communities in Iowa and across the country rely on.
Today we say to the parents in this country that you and your kids deserve quality, affordable childcare. The children are our future, and they deserve the best possible head start in life with a high quality, universal pre-K program.

Today, we say to our young people that we want you to get the best education that you can, regardless of the income of your family. Good jobs require a good education. That is why we are going to make public colleges and universities tuition free, and substantially lower the outrageous level of student debt that currently exists. America once had the best educated workforce in the world, and we are going to make that happen again.

Today, we say to our senior citizens, that we understand that you cannot live in dignity when you are trying to survive on $13,000 or $14,000 a year in Social Security benefits. My Republican colleagues want to cut Social Security but we have some bad news for them. We’re not going to cut Social Security benefits. We’re going to expand them.

Today, we say to Donald Trump and the fossil fuel industry that climate change is not a hoax but is an existential threat to our country and the entire planet – and we intend to transform our energy system away from fossil fuel and into energy efficiency and sustainable energy and, in the process, create millions of good paying jobs. All of us have a moral responsibility to make certain that the planet we leave to our children and grandchildren is healthy and habitable.

Today, we say to the prison-industrial-complex that we are going to bring about real criminal justice reform. We are going to end the international embarrassment of having more people in jail than any other country on earth. Instead of spending $80 billion a year on jails and incarceration, we are going to invest in jobs and education for our young people. No more private prisons and detention centers. No more profiteering from locking people up. No more “war on drugs.” No more keeping people in jail because they’re too poor to afford cash bail.

And by the way, when we talk about criminal justice reform, we’re going to change a system in which tens of thousands of Americans every year get criminal records for possessing marijuana, but not one major Wall Street executive went to jail for destroying our economy in 2008 as a result of their greed, recklessness and illegal behavior. No. They didn’t go to jail. They got a trillion-dollar bailout.

Today, we say to the American people that instead of demonizing the undocumented immigrants in this country, we’re going to pass comprehensive immigration reform and provide a path toward citizenship. We’re going to provide legal status to the 1.8 million young people eligible for the DACA program, and develop a humane border policy for those who seek asylum. No more snatching babies from the arms of their mothers.
Today, we say to the top 1 percent and the large profitable corporations in this country – people who have never had it so good — that under a Bernie Sanders administration we’re going to end the massive tax breaks and loopholes that you currently enjoy.

We will no longer accept the absurd situation where large corporations like Amazon, Netflix and General Motors pay nothing in federal income taxes after raking in billions in profits. We will no longer tolerate the situation in which the wealthy and large corporations stash billions in tax havens throughout the world.
Yes, the wealthy and multi-national corporations in this country will start paying their fair share of taxes. We are going to end austerity for working families, and provide some austerity for large, multi-national corporations.

Today, we say to the military-industrial-complex that we will not continue to spend $700 billion a year on the military – more than the next ten nations combined. We’re going to invest in affordable housing, we’re going to invest in public education, we’re going to invest in rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure – not more nuclear weapons and never-ending wars.
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Brothers and sisters: We’re going to win this election not because we have a super PAC funded by billionaires. We’re going to win this election because we will put together the strongest grassroots coalition in the history of American politics.

Donald Trump wants to divide us up by the color of our skin, our country of origin, our gender, our religion and our sexual orientation. We are going to do exactly the opposite. We are going to bring our people together – black, white, Latino, Native American, Asian American, gay and straight, young and old, men and women, native born and immigrant.

We are going to bring our people together for an unprecedented grassroots effort, which, I am happy to tell you, already has over one million people signed up as volunteers.
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Brothers and sisters: As someone who represents Vermont, one of the most rural states in the country, let me be very honest with you in saying that the U.S. Congress has, for too long, ignored the many crises facing rural America.

In Iowa, in Vermont and all over this country, we have seen more and more young people leave the small towns they grew up in and love, not because they don’t want to stay, but because there are fewer and fewer jobs that pay a living wage.

We have seen schools, churches and community centers shut down, and once vibrant Main Streets become boarded up and deserted.

In Vermont, Iowa and all across rural America, we have seen family farmers go out of business as the prices they receive for their products decline rapidly and large agri-business corporations and factory farming take over agriculture.

We have seen rural hospitals and nursing homes shut down, and not enough doctors to provide the quality health care that rural American deserves.

Tragically, instead of seeing good jobs, education and health care coming into our rural communities, we are far too often seeing despair and depression – and a terrible increase in suicide and opioid addiction.
Brothers and sisters. We need policies for rural America that represent the needs of working people and farmers, not agri-business and multi-national corporations.

Among many other things that need to be done is for the federal government to enforce anti-trust laws, and I will appoint an Attorney General who will do just that.

It is not acceptable to me that the top four packing companies control more than 80 percent of the beef market, 63 percent of the pork market, and 53 percent of the chicken market.

And these numbers understate the situation.

In many communities, there really is only one buyer, which means food producers are at their mercy. They must use that corporation’s feed and livestock, they must accept that corporation’s costs, and they must accept that corporation’s lower and lower payment rates. In many cases, the farmer doesn’t even own the livestock or supplies — they are effectively contract employees who are forced to lease everything, and then get paid an inadequate wage for their very hard work.

With the federal government not enforcing antitrust laws, we have seen mergers like the Bayer-Monsanto approved, giving the two largest conglomerates 78 percent of the corn seed market.

Further, instead of protecting family owned farms, federal support for agriculture is skewed toward huge farms. The top 10 percent of farms currently receive 77 percent of all subsidies.

The time is long overdue for the U.S. government to stand with rural America, and that is exactly what I do.
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Brothers and sisters. Over the last two years, and before, you and I and millions of Americans have stood up and fought for justice in every part of our society. And we’ve had some successes.

Together, as billionaires and large corporations have attacked unions, destroyed pensions, deregulated the banks, and slashed wages, we have succeeded in raising the minimum wage to $15 in states and cities across the country. And forced large corporations like Amazon and Disney to do the same. And we have supported teachers who successfully stood up for their kids in strike after strike after strike.

Together, as the forces of militarism have kept us engaged in unending wars, we have stood arm-in-arm to fight back. For the first time in 45 years, we have utilized the War Powers Act to move us forward in ending the horrific Saudi-led war in Yemen.

Together, as so many of our young people have received criminal records for nonviolent offenses, we have fought to end the war on drugs, and have seen state after state decriminalize marijuana, and have seen communities expunge the criminal records of those arrested on these charges.

Let’s be honest: while we have won some victories, our struggles have not always been successful. But I am here to tell you, that because of all the work we have done, we are now on the brink of winning not just an election, but transforming our country.

And let me tell you what that means.

When We are in the White House, we will enact a federal jobs guarantee, to ensure that everyone is guaranteed a stable job. There is more than enough work to be done in this country. Let’s do it.

When We are in the White House we will not only end the decline of rural America, but attack the problem of urban gentrification and build the affordable housing we desperately need all across this country.
When We are in the White House, we will move aggressively to end the epidemic of gun violence in this country and pass the common sense gun safety legislation that the overwhelming majority of Americans want. People who should not have guns, will not have guns.

When We are in the White House, we are going to address not only the disparities of wealth and income that exist overall in our nation, but we will address the racial disparities of wealth and income. We are going to root out institutional racism wherever it exists. Not only will we end voter suppression, we are going to make it easier for people to vote – not harder.

When We are in the White House, we are going to protect a woman’s right to control her own body. That is her decision, not the government’s.

Make no mistake about it, this struggle is not just about defeating Donald Trump. This struggle is about taking on the incredibly powerful institutions that control the economic and political life of this country. And I’m talking about Wall Street, the insurance companies, the drug companies, the military-industrial complex, agri-business, the prison-industrial complex, the fossil fuel industry and a corrupt campaign finance system that enables billionaires to buy elections.

These powerful special interests are going to spend a lot of money to try to defeat us. But we have something they don’t have: the power of the people.

Brothers and sisters: We have an enormous amount of work in front of us. But this what I believe. If we stand together, if we don’t allow Trump and his friends to divide us up; If we stand together as black and white, Latino, Asian American and Native American. If we stand together as gay and straight, men and women, native born and immigrant. If we stand together as rural and urban – north, south, east and west.
If we understand that there really is no such thing as blue state or red state, but states throughout the country where working people are struggling to survive.

If we stand together, this country has an extraordinary future. Let’s make it happen.

 

The other big news came this morning, when fellow candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren made her own antitrust news by unveiling “a regulatory plan aimed at breaking up some of America’s largest tech companies, including Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook.” It’s a plan that sounds a bit like former Mark Zuckerberg mentor Roger McNamee’s groundbreaking 2018 Washington Monthly article, which sounded the alarm on the myriad threats posed by the platform monopolies.

Over the past couple of days, we’ve published a couple of articles that could be viewed as favorable to former vice-president Joe Biden, but now it’s time to issue him a warning. The Democratic Party is already on our antitrust bus, and he needs to get on board too, because his record as a senator on these issues is woeful.

People often mark the decline of antitrust enforcement as beginning with the election of Ronald Reagan, but that’s not accurate. The history is more complex, and anti-regulatory reform was a hot topic among a lot of Democrats in the 1970s, including many progressives like Ralph Nader. In a recent Huffington Post piece, Zach Carter takes us back to the history books.

Biden first came to the nation’s capital in 1973 as the junior senator from Delaware, one of the few bright spots for Democrats in a disastrous 1972 election. Like most new members of Congress, he exercised little influence in his early years. At 30, he was barely eligible for Senate service, even younger than Ted Kennedy had been when he took over his brother’s Senate seat in 1962. An inexperienced Biden looked up to Kennedy, revering him almost as an older sibling.

But as Kennedy ascended the Democratic Party ranks, the two men clashed over the party’s economic agenda.

“When the Senator from Massachusetts moved up to the chairmanship of the judiciary committee this year, the hearts of antitrust activists beat faster,” The New York Times noted in 1979. Kennedy had his sights on a sweeping piece of legislation that would block corporate mergers based on the total size of the resulting company ― even if the company was a conglomerate of unrelated businesses, and the merger did not increase a firm’s share of business in a particular market.

But Kennedy almost immediately ran into problems with Biden. When Coca-Cola urged Congress to exempt the soft drink industry from these antitrust regulations, Biden joined Republicans to pass such a bill over the objections of Kennedy and Department of Justice antitrust expert Ky Ewing, who concluded that the bill was “special interest legislation” with “no evidence” to support it.

Antitrust law was an early salvo in what became a quarter-century struggle to shift the Democratic Party’s base of support away from organized labor toward large corporations. The Biden-Kennedy split carried symbolic connotations beyond the policy implications of their individual votes. Where Kennedy wanted to use the Judiciary Committee to continue the old New Deal-era attack on corporate power, Biden became an advocate for corporate interests that had previously been associated with the Republican Party.

As Biden fought Kennedy on the Coca-Cola bill, he was also trying to thwart a Kennedy effort that would have empowered consumers to sue over a broader swath of antitrust violations. In 1977, the Supreme Court issued a controversial ruling that only those who directly purchased products could sue companies for antitrust violations. That meant that manufacturers who sold their goods through wholesalers could only be sued by the wholesalers, not consumers.

Kennedy prepared a bill that would have reversed the court’s decision, but Biden, in the words of The New York Times, “vexed” him by siding with Republicans. Biden was going out on a limb by bucking leadership. Only two of the committee’s 10 Democrats opposed Kennedy on the bill, and the other was Howell Heflin, a conservative Democrat from Alabama. The bill narrowly made it out of committee after Kennedy made some desperate last-minute concessions to win over Republican Sen. Charles Mathias (R-Md.), but the bill never got a floor vote. Kennedy’s broader antitrust ambitions died with it.

Biden wasn’t a lone wolf. President Jimmy Carter and many of the younger Democrats who filed into Washington after Watergate were eager to break with the liberal orthodoxy that had dominated their party’s thinking since the era of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Even Kennedy had successfully pressed Carter to deregulate the airline industry in 1978, beating Ronald Reagan to the era of deregulation by nearly three years.

“A lot of us sit around thinking up ways to vote conservative just so we don’t come out with a liberal rating,” Biden told Washingtonian in 1974. “When it comes to civil rights and civil liberties, I’m a liberal but that’s it. I’m really quite conservative on most other issues.”

If Biden wanted low marks from liberal groups, he got them. By 1978, Americans for Democratic Action, the preeminent liberal watchdog group of the time, gave Biden a score of just 50, lower than its ratings for some Republicans. Kennedy typically scored in the 90s.

 

The latter day villains in the antitrust battle are already revealing themselves in reaction to Senator Warren’s direct challenge to the power of platform monopolies:

Senator Elizabeth Warren proposed in a Medium post on Friday to dismantle so-called Big Tech — Facebook, Google, and Amazon — but antitrust experts found serious flaws in her proposal.

The presidential hopeful is using a “sledgehammer,” that is, breaking companies up, to address problems like data privacy that could be solved in other ways, noted Herbert Hovenkamp, a leading authority on antitrust law.

Because of economies of scale, Hovenkamp noted, bigger companies can offer cheaper products, and forcing them to spin off businesses could hurt consumers.

“Customers are not complaining about Amazon — it’s got some of the highest consumer evaluations in retailing. The story for smaller businesses is a little more mixed. But on balance, a lot of them like dealing with Amazon,” noted Hovenkamp, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania law school.

The tech companies have more money than a Saudi prince, and they have no shortage of “leading authorities on antitrust law” to provide quotes for Yahoo! Finance articles panning the proposals of the Democratic presidential contenders. This is going to be a major battle throughout the 2020 campaign and into the next decade.

Joe Biden was on the wrong side of this battle when it began in a very significant and major way. He’s going to need a “come to Jesus moment” on corporate consolidation and antitrust regulation if he wants to atone for his past and provide leadership for the future.

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          All The Light We Cannot See - Limited Series Based on Anthony Doerr's Novel in Development at Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      


Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times bestseller, All The Light We Cannot See is being adapted for the small screen by Netflix as a limited series per Deadline's exclusive.

Netflix and Shawn Levy's 21 Laps (Stranger Things, Arrival) have acquired rights to the novel by Anthony Doerr. Dan Levine, Levy and Josh Barry will executive produce the project. A writer has not yet been attached.

All the Light We Cannot See tells the story of Marie-Laure, a blind French teenager, and Werner, a German soldier, whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.

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Here is the extended synopsis of the novel via Goodreads.

From the highly acclaimed, multiple award-winning Anthony Doerr, the stunningly beautiful instant New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.

Marie-Laure lives in Paris near the Museum of Natural History, where her father works. When she is twelve, the Nazis occupy Paris and father and daughter flee to the walled citadel of Saint-Malo, where Marie-Laure’s reclusive great uncle lives in a tall house by the sea. With them they carry what might be the museum’s most valuable and dangerous jewel.

In a mining town in Germany, Werner Pfennig, an orphan, grows up with his younger sister, enchanted by a crude radio they find that brings them news and stories from places they have never seen or imagined. Werner becomes an expert at building and fixing these crucial new instruments and is enlisted to use his talent to track down the resistance. Deftly interweaving the lives of Marie-Laure and Werner, Doerr illuminates the ways, against all odds, people try to be good to one another.

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Liputan6.com, Seoul - Empat artis wanita K-Pop rupanya sempat mendapat peringatan untuk mewaspadai Seungri, sebelum mencuatnya skandal personel Big Bang itu ke publik. Beberapa di antaranya adalah dua personel Blackpink, yakni Jisoo dan Jennie.

Selain Jisoo dan Jennie Blackpink, dua artis lainnya yang diminta menjauh dari Seungri adalah Naeun APINK dan Sunmi. Pernyataan mereka dalam video dari saluran Netflix bertajuk YG Future Strategy Office pun kembali ramai dibahas.

Kala itu, para pemirsa acara tersebut menganggap bahwa pengakuan para selebriti ini sebagai bercandaan saja.

Namun setelah kasus Seungri ini mencuat, banyak yang menyadari bahwa semua pernyataan para selebriti termasuk dua personel Blackpink tersebut, merupakah curhatan terdalam mereka.

Komentar Sunmi dan Naeun Apink

Sunmi (Instagram/miyayeah)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Sunmi mengungkapkan dirinya pernah diminta waspada soal Seungri oleh para senior. Meski begitu, tentunya sang solois tidak mengungkap alasannya.

"Aku sudah jutaan kali diingatkan, 'Pastikan kamu selalu waspada pada Seungri'. Khususnya, oleh banyak senior wanita," ungkapnya.

Sementara Naeun Apink justru mengaku sama sekali tidak berniat untuk bertemu dengan Seungri Big Bang.

"Kalau bertemu dengannya... Hmm, lebih baik jangan sampai," ucap Naeun.

Jisoo dan Jennie Blackpink Dibuat Tak Nyaman

Banyak para penggemar yang berharap BLACKPINK bisa menggelar konser di Indonesia. BLACKPINK dan Winner menjadi artis YG Entertainment yang belum pernah menggelar konser di Indonesia. (Foto: Soompi.com)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Jennie Blackpink yang sama-sama bernaung di YG Entertainment dengan Seungri, memang sudah merasa tak nyaman dengan seniornya ini.

"Ya karena itu sih. Seungri selalu kelewatan," ungkap Jennie.

Tak jauh berbeda dengan teman satu timnya, Jisoo Blackpink juga merasa Seungri membuatnya tidak nyaman.

"Aku merasa tak nyaman dengannya," jelas Jisoo.

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Late last year, Netflix surprised subscribers with a new original release that was nothing like anything people had seen before from the world's top source of streaming movies and TV shows. In fact, it was nothing like anything anyone had seen before from any of the popular streaming services out there. It was a new installment of Black Mirror, the popular dark anthology series Netflix had acquired a few years earlier. But there was something special about this particular episode. The one-off called Black Mirror: Bandersnatch followed a young programmer named Stefan Butler as he created a video game in the 1980s based on an old choose-your-own-adventure fantasy novel. Actually, "followed" isn't the best word to use here. The show didn't merely follow Butler's story, it let viewers write the programmer's story themselves. Much like the choose-your-own-adventure novel on which Butler's game was based, Bandersnatch stopped at various points in the show and asked the viewer to help choose what happened next. It's an exciting and innovative format that brings a new interactive element to living room entertainment, and it's something Netflix just confirmed it will focus on much more moving forward. Speaking at a media and entertainment conference in India called FICCI-Frames, Netflix's VP of product Todd Yellin confirmed that the streaming giant plans to create more interactive content like Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. In fact, the executive said that Netflix plans to double down on similar content, signalling a much bigger focus on content that creates more viewer involvement and engagement. "It’s a huge hit here in India, it’s a huge hit around the world, and we realized, wow, interactive storytelling is something we want to bet more on," Yellin said in his keynote speech at FICCI-Frames, as Variety reported. "We’re doubling down on that. So expect over the next year or two, to see more interactive storytelling. And it won’t necessarily be science fiction, or it won’t necessarily be dark. It could be a wacky comedy. It could be a romance, where the audience gets to choose, should she go out with him or him." Opinions were split on Bandersnatch itself, though far more people seem to have enjoyed the episode than hated it. More importantly for Netflix, however, is the fact that people seemed to love the interactive aspect of the show. Creating hours of extra content and allowing users to make decisions for a character in the show generated a huge amount of buzz, and it's something people continued to talk about long after it was released in late December. Netflix clearly plans to build on that buzz, and it'll be interesting to see how the company plans to make similar content unique moving forward.
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US giant Netflix paid $100 million in 2018 for rights to continue streaming the show in 2019
          Netflix promises more interactive shows like 'Bandersnatch'      Cache   Translate Page      
Spurred by the success of Black Mirror spinoff Bandersnatch, Netflix is going all-in on interactive shows. Over the next two Leer mas Via:: Engadget
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Netflix has revealed its new anime lineup and confirmed a couple of projects we’ve heard of in the past. To Leer mas Via:: Engadget
          Netflix Brings Dragon's Dogma and Other Japanese Anime to the Platform      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix has announced that it has signed a deal to bring numerous Japanese anime to the platform. These are well known properties from leading Japanese production companies. Some of the announced series include Altered Carbon: Resleeved, Dragon's Dogma, Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, SPRIGGAN, Super Crooks and Vampire in the Garden. I absolutely loved the Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen video game and rate it as one of the best RPG games on the PC. PC Gamer hopes this might encourage Capcom to create a sequel. "Netflix aims to be the most compelling and attractive home for anime fans, creators and production studios. We are creating an environment where production houses can do their best work, and deliver their shows on a service where we connect anime fans from over 190 countries to content they love" said Netflix Director of Content (Japan), John Derderian. Discussion
          Australian man accused of making loads of money selling stolen Netflix and Spotify accounts      Cache   Translate Page      
Evan Leslie McMahon, 21, was arrested after the Australian Federal Police were alerted by the FBI to his alleged activities via a website called WickedGen.com in May 2018.
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Samah Baker, 30, was last seen after she was dropped off by a friend at her Parramatta home, in Sydney's west, in the early hours of January 4.
          Netflix ‘Doubling Down’ on Interactive Series After Bandersnatch      Cache   Translate Page      

They won't all be science fiction either!

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The film will likely hit Netflix over the holidays

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          Netflix vs. Spielberg: 1. erä      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix on saanut voimakkaan vihollisen, legendaarisen elokuvantekijän Steven Spielbergin. Spielberg ei ole tyytyväinen siihen, että Netflix ja muut suoratoistopalvelut saavat elokuviaan Oscar-ehdokkaiksi ja jopa -voittajiksi. Netflix-draama Roma (2018) voitti kolme Oscaria.Spielberg ei ole ottanut Roman...
          10 things in tech you need to know today      Cache   Translate Page      

President Donald Trump smiles as he walks on the South Lawn after stepping off Marine One at the White House, Sunday, March 10, 2019, in Washington. Trump is returning from a trip to Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday.

  1. Google told dozens of employees in its laptop and tablet division to find new jobs at the company, raising questions about its hardware plans. The restructuring involves Google's "Create" division, which is responsible for developing and manufacturing the Pixelbook laptop and Pixel Slate tablet amongst the company's wider swath of "Made by Google" products.
  2. A leaked email revealed that Elon Musk must approve all new Tesla hires. The email also suggests that Tesla has introduced higher standards for hiring.
  3. Tesla laid off 150 recruitment workers as part of its broader cost cutting. The layoffs amounted to about one-third of the team, according a report from Electrek.
  4. Huawei got caught passing off a professional image as a photo taken with its new flagship phone. Images uploaded to Huawei's Weibo account seemed to show the P30's camera in action, but they were actually stock photos taken with a DSLR.
  5. Uber is paying $20 million to end a six-year legal battle with drivers. The drivers argue they should be considered employees rather than contractors, and are there fore eligible for benefits of full-time staff.
  6. President Trump responded to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's proposal to break up big tech companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Google. Trump said there was "collusion between the Democrats and these tech companies" during the 2016 election.
  7. Bernie Sanders renewed his war with Amazon over working conditions for its lowest paid employees. Sanders previously demanded that Amazon raise its minimum wage, which it did in November last year.
  8. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said society has a "Facebook problem" following reports that ads from Sen. Warren were blocked by Facebook. Facebook acknowledged that it had removed the ads and reinstated them, saying it had taken them down due to improper use of its logo.
  9. Netflix will "double down" on interactive content like 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' in other genres, like comedy or romance. "Bandersnatch" allowed viewers to make decisions throughout the movie, and had over a trillion unique story permutations.
  10. "Apex Legends" has banned more than 350,000 players for cheating during its first month online. Other popular battle royale games have had issues with third-party hacks and cheaters too; "Fortnite" sued a pair of YouTubers for selling cheat software last year.

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It's a quiet Tuesday and events in Toronto are made for just that as a new art book looks to explore the quiet side of the bustling city. If that's not your speed, you can eat your heart out at a ramen eating challenge or catch comedy, music and film.

Events you might want to check out:

Roseate Magazine Launch Party (March 12 @ Mahjong Bar)
The first edition of this new print publication is launching with stories told via art, image and prose that contrast the delicate and perceptual.
Tender (March 12 @ Adelaide Hall)
An unusual mix of electro pop and indie rock makes up London's TENDER who were recently featured in the Netflix hit To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
The Battle of Algiers (March 12 @ Ryerson School of Image Arts)
An examination of one of the most influential political films in history, this film recreates the tumultuous Algerian struggle for independence.
Mega Ramen Challenge (March 12 @ Kinton Ramen)
Eat your heart out at this mega ramen challenge with a mound of pork, noodles beansprouts, nori and more piled on and free for whoever wins.
The Venice Syndrome (March 12 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Part of a series that explores ways Toronto can learn form other cities around the world, this film explores how Venice is coping with tourism.
Tinder Tales (March 12 @ Gladstone Hotel)
It's March Break(up) season and comedians are gathering to talk about all those relationships that didn't make it to spring.
Choir! Choir! Choir! (March 12 @ Clinton's)
It's the St. Patrick's Day edition of C!C!C! and local choir singers are coming together to take on in the ethereal tune of Enya's "Orinoco Flow".
Devil Master (March 12 @ Coalition)
Holy frickin' shred: Philadelphia's Devil Master have arrived to raise all hell with some rad black metal punk, played alongside hardcore local talent.
Pay What You Can't (March 12 @ Comedy Bar)
Back again is this monthly showcase of local comedians chatting about stuff going on in the world today for whatever cover you feel it deserves.
Spirited Away (March 12-14 @ Cinesphere)
The imaginative and magical world of Hayao Miyazaki's classic arrives for three screenings, including the original with Japanese dialogue.

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Apple will announce streaming television and video service to compete with Netflix and Amazon's Prime video. Journalists from all over the world are invited to Cupertino, California on March 25 to the presentation. Apple has long given signals that it will launch a television and video service. ...
          Triple Frontera: La película de Netflix grabada en Colombia y protagonizada por Ben Affleck      Cache   Translate Page      

Las películas originales de Netflix tiene el potencial de llegar lejos incluso en premios como los Oscar. Aquello quedó demostrado con Roma de Alfonso Cuarón. Por otra parte, hay cintas de esa plataforma destrozadas por la crítica que luego rompen récords en audiencia. Tal es el caso de la amada y odiada Birdbox. Ahora el […]

La entrada Triple Frontera: La película de Netflix grabada en Colombia y protagonizada por Ben Affleck se publicó primero en Indie Hoy.


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La espera de los abonados a Netflix por lo nuevo de Vikingos ya casi termina. De acuerdo con lo publicado por la plataforma de streaming, la segunda parte de la quinta temporada llegará el 15 de marzo a su catálogo. A partir de esa fecha los fanáticos que no la vieron en otras plataformas sabrán […]

La entrada Vikingos: Los nuevos episodios llegan a Netflix se publicó primero en Indie Hoy.


          Apple 25 марта представит конкурента Netflix и платные новости      Cache   Translate Page      
12.03.19, 22:00 | Новости > Дайджест Apple 25 марта представит конкурента Netflix и платные новости На стриминговый сервис намекает слоган презентации — «It’s show time». А также список приглашенных, в
          Ziraat Bankası Netflix Üyeliği İçin Ödeme Yapmıyor!      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix üyeliği satın almak istedim. Kartımda ücreti karşılayacak tutar var ve uluslararası ticaret izini de mevcut olmasına rağmen ödeme yapmıyor. Birçok insan bu durumdan mağdur olmuş müşteri olarak bu sorunun çözülmesini talep ediyorum. Böyle basit bir sorun için banka değiştirmek zorunda kalmaya
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Vestel Smart TV' de maalesef Netflix yok ve yükleyemiyorum da. İlk zamanlar 4-5 ay Puhu TV izleyebildim o kadar. 40UA9300 modelin browser güncellense belki düzelecek ya da markete uygulama yüklense ama nedense Vestel yazılım güncelleme desteği sunmuyor. Diğer markaların yazılım güncellemesiyle cihaz
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A Netflix está investindo pesado nas séries nacionais, e já tem duas produções bem encaminhadas para a alegria dos fãs! “Onisciente” e “Spectros” inclusive já tiveram seus elencos apresentados. A primeira produção será estrelada por Jonathan Haagensen, Luana Tanaka, Guilherme Prates, Sandra Corveloni e Marcello Airoldi se juntam à protagonista Carla Salle. “Onisciente” é um suspense futurista, “numa […]
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Das Verwenden fremder Nutzerkonten ist für Streaming-Portale ein Problem mit großem wirtschaftlichen Schaden: 192 Mio. Dollar Schaden pro Monat – Bereits jeder Fünfte nutzt fremde Account-Daten. Oh weh, wenn da mal nicht bald Restriktionen kommen. Also ich würde einfach das anmelden und abmelden von Geräten limitieren. So kann man zumindest mal den Wildwuchs schnell dämmen. […]
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          2C Indica: Mês das mulheres - Março/2019      Cache   Translate Page      
          
             Olá pessoal 

              O tema desse mês é indicar trabalhos de mulheres no geral, já no clima de Dia Internacional da Mulher que é 8 de março, essa sexta feira. Uma data importante no contexto social, lembrando que é sempre bom valorizar o trampo das minas em todas as áreas do entretenimento e da arte. 

Indicações


Livros & autoras: 



Serie Jogos Vorazes - Suzanne Collins: A minha saga favorita, mais que isso trata de uma temática masculina com uma protagonista mulher que representa força e sutileza em meio a loucura. O conflito político e o governo tirano são cenários para a mensagem mais forte que é o que se torna depois da guerra e como se trata um suposto "Herói" de guerra sendo ela, uma menina de 16 anos.


Jennifer Egan 
A visita cruel do tempo: O livro tem narrativa interessante, um plot de presente e passado no cenário da música, aquela momento entre a gloria e o esquecimento. Trata muito do tempo e as consequências dele, ver sua vida no topo e depois,  uma mudança constante. 
O circo Invisível: A trama de uma busca por respostas, uma viagem atrás do passado que vitimou a sua irmã, o caminho até lá é doloroso como a leitura densa de uma pessoa que era idealizada e se vai descobrir totalmente diferente.


Pam Gonçalves
Boa noite: Um livro de temática importante, feito com uma linguagem jovem que torna fluída a leitura e com a sensibilidade de um momento social crucial as mulheres.
Uma história de verão: Um romance de formação, trata do momento especial de virada de chave de uma menina que esta preste a entrar na faculdade, onde as tensões explodem e consequências são vistas.

Discos:  



Todxs - Ana Cañas: O talento da cantora da Nova MPB, o ativismo social e o combo disso misturado levam a indicar neste 2C Indica especial, se empoderar e também se ver nas letras que compõem esse álbum. 

Golden Hour - Kacey Musgrave: Destaque do Grammy, saindo do Country para um Country Pop que soa muito interessante aos ouvidos, tem talento e pode surpreender daqui um tempo.  

Sweetener - Ariana Grande: O álbum que vem marcando o crescimento real da sua carreira com Hits um atrás do outro, uma nova proposta e personalidade nos seus singles. 

Series: 


The Sinner: Estrelada na primeira temporada por Jessica Biel foi uma das melhores atuações de 2017, vale apena passar na netflix para assistir  

The Handmaids Tales: O conto da Aia é uma leitura e uma série que se tem que assistir para valorizar e defender os direitos das mulheres. O futuro tem que avançar e não retroceder sobre elas. 

Glow: Mulheres e luta livre num programa de TV, o cotidiano dessas mulheres fortes dentro e fora de cena. 

The Good Place: A série estrelada por Kristen Bell, o retrato perfeito do céu e suas falhas representadas na presença de uma pessoa errante num pedaço do paraíso.

Filmes: 



Estrelas além do tempo: 3 mulheres que foram esquecidas e resgatadas na história com seu papel fundamental na Nasa e a vida do homem rumo ao espaço. 

Roma: Surpreendeu no Oscar, Obra prima da Netflix tem no protagonismo da vida comum de uma mulher no cenário periférico, um triunfo do cinema com a vida real. 

A Favorita: A história de Rainhas, damas de companhias e o protagonismo feminino dentro de uma corte, algo inusitado que vale apena assistir  

Histórias Cruzadas: O filme trata de tabus, amizades poucos convencionais e a habilidade de contar histórias que se cruzaram. Tem Emma Stone Viola Davis e Octavia Spencer no elenco.

Mulheres na mídia para se inspirar: 



Anitta: Exemplo de expertise na música, gestão de carreira e apostar no gênero desprezado pois a cantora num pódio que até mesmo quem não curte a música, respeita como pessoa.

Marimoon: Celebridade da internet, VJ e agora apresentadora com atividades no youtube, construiu uma carreira e sendo pioneira para muitas outras mulheres que se criaram dentro do entretenimento.

Carol Moreira: A repórter e youtuber que começou no Omelete, tem um trabalho constante na Warner e Canal com conteúdo de cultura Pop em geral, sendo boa nas entrevistas e fazendo críticas de filmes e series. 

Renata Fan: A figura feminina do Esporte Brasileiro, mais de uma década na TV aberta com debate e opinião própria, tendo time declarado e entendendo do que fala. Criou uma geração de outras apresentadoras em programas do mesmo gênero. 

Maju Coutinho: Jornalista negra que ascendeu na Globo, quebrando tabus sociais e provocando uma onda de reações ao conservadorismo que sempre reinou na TV  com maioria homens e as poucas mulheres eram Brancas.


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          Polar 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

Title: Polar 2019 Director: Jonas Akerlund Writer: Jayson Rothwell , Victor Santos Casting: Mads Mikkelsen, Vanessa Hudgens, Katheryn Winnick Genres: 2019 Movies | Action, Crime Descriptions: Duncan Vizla aka Black Emperor (Mads Mikkelsen), once the world’s best contract killer, actually just wanted to retire. But his former employer sees him as a risk to his organization. Inevitably, he must resume the familiar game and join an army of younger, faster and merciless killers who will leave no stone unturned to silence him. Watch more films on 123 netflix online without any membership.

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Title: The Equalizer 2 (2018) Director: Antoine Fuqua Writer: Richard Wenk, Michael Sloan Casting: Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, Ashton Sanders Genres: 2018 Movies, Action , Crime , Thriller Descriptions: If you have a problem and there is nowhere else to turn, the mysterious and elusive Robert McCall will deliver the vigilante justice you seek. This time, however, McCall’s past cuts especially close to home when thugs kill Susan Plummer — his best friend and former colleague. Now out for revenge, McCall must take on a crew of highly trained assassins who’ll stop at nothing to destroy him.Watch more 123netflix Action

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Title: Siberia(2018) Director: Matthew Ross Writer: Stephen Hamel, Scott B. Smith Keanu Reeves, Boris Gulyarin, Ashley St. George Genres: 2018 -Crime, Romance, Thriller Descriptions: Siberia 2018 “Siberia” about an American diamond dealer travels to Russia to sell rare blue diamonds of dubious origin. As soon as his deal begins to collapse, the merchant connects a maniacal relationship with the owner of the Russian coffee shop, and ignites their passion for the diamond trade; it becomes their world that they do not realize salvation. Watch more films by 123netflix crime movies online without any membership.

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Title: Skyscraper(2018) Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber Writer: Rawson Marshall Thurber Dwayne Johnson, Neve Campbell, Pablo Schreiber Genres: 2018 – Action, Crime, Drama Descriptions: skyscraper, Veteran Warrior (Will Ford) and former Federal President of the Save the Host, is currently working on skyscrapers. He sets off on the mission of China, where the longest and safest buildings are set on fire suddenly; Ford has to catch And to save his besieged family inside the burning building at the same time. Watch more films by 123netflix crime movies online without any membership.

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Title: Beast of Burden (2018) Director: Jesper Ganslandt Writer: Adam Hoelzel Casting: Daniel Radcliffe, Grace Gummer, Pablo Schreiber Genres: 2018 Movies, Action, Crime, Drama Descriptions: Daniel Radcliffe plays a pilot who smuggles drugs through customs in the United States. The protagonist will have to deal daily with people from the DEA and the cartels, in addition to other dangers. Watch more 123netflix movies online without any membership.

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          Dragon’s Dogma da el salto a la pequeña pantalla gracias a Netflix en forma de anime      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix le ha pillado el gustito a esto de adaptar videojuegos a series. Su próximo anime adaptado a videojuego será Dragon's Dogma. El artículo Dragon’s Dogma da el salto a la pequeña pantalla ... - Fuente: www.nextn.es
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Some analysts think Apple's Netflix rival will top 100M subscribers within a few years  BGR

At this point, there are still tons of unknowns surrounding the streaming video service Apple is reportedly going to unveil at an event March 25, during which we ...

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Copyright 2018 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air . TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. Tomorrow, Netflix presents "Maniac," a new 10-part series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill. It's a psychological exploration of alternative realities and identities. And our TV critic David Bianculli says it's part comedy, part drama and all over the place, and he highly approves. Here's his review. DAVID BIANCULLI, BYLINE: Describing "Maniac" too deeply runs two risks I'm hoping to avoid. One is to reveal the delightful surprises that pop up along the way. The other is to explain the premise in too much detail, making it sound either convoluted or boring. But "Maniac," a fast-paced, proudly unusual new 10-part Netflix series, isn't either of those things. It's fresh. It's unpredictable. And by design as well as subject matter, it's intentionally and creatively schizophrenic. "Maniac" the series, like its main characters played by Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, has more than one personality.
          Beep Beep, Yeah! Paul McCartney On Corden's 'Carpool Karaoke' Is TV At Its Best      Cache   Translate Page      
Copyright 2018 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air . DAVID BIANCULLI, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. Next week, we'll be featuring interviews with some of the actors, writers and producers who have been nominated for Emmy awards this year, including comedy host John Oliver from HBO's "Last Week Tonight," supporting actor Brian Tyree Henry, who plays Paper Boi on FX's "Atlanta" and writer-producer Scott Frank, creator of the Netflix Western series "Godless." Today we'll end the show with my recent review of a TV segment by another of this year's Emmy nominees, James Corden, host of "The Late Late Show" on CBS. This segment in which Corden did a Carpool Karaoke visit with Paul McCartney was presented again in prime time this week as an expanded CBS special. Before it first aired, Corden tweeted that it was, quote, "quite possibly the best Carpool Karaoke we've done so far," unquote. As far as I'm concerned, there's no possibly about it. It is the best. And in one month, it's attracted more
          Netflix filming Spectros supernatural series      Cache   Translate Page      
2020 series takes place amid a clash between Brazilian witchcraft and Japanese Shinto spirits.
          PS Now: te explicamos paso a paso cómo jugar a los juegos de PS4, PS3 y PS2 en PC      Cache   Translate Page      

PS Now: te explicamos paso a paso cómo jugar a los juegos de PS4, PS3 y PS2 en PC#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

PS Now ya está disponible en España, ¡por fin! Sony acaba de dar la buena nueva, donde nuestro país se suma a Italia, Portugal, Noruega, Dinamarca, Finlandia y Suecia como los nuevos agraciados de este servicio de juegos en streaming.

Lo bueno es que PS Now también se puede jugar desde PC, no solamente desde una PS4, pudiendo disfrutar igualmente de más de 600 juegos de PS2, PS3 y PS4. Aquí tienes una guía con todos los pasos a seguir para jugar en PC.

Instalar el programa PS Now en PC

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Lo primero que habrá que hacer es descargar el programa oficial:

Actualmente está en la versión 11.0.2 y pesa 90,4 MB.

Para instalarlo no habrá que hacer nada raro, tan solo seguir las directrices del instalador (da igual la ruta que le pongamos, aunque por defecto coja "Archivos de programa") y si queremos un acceso directo en el escritorio. Justo antes del final, eso sí, habrá que darle permiso para instalar un software adicional, el del Wireless controller for PlayStation 3. Y quedará instalado PS Now en el PC.

PlayStation Plus y PlayStation Now, diferencias

Es probable que te hayas preguntado qué diferencias hay entre PlayStation Plus y PlayStation Now, porque si bien ambos son dos servicios de PlayStation Network (la red que engloba nuestra cuenta y todos los servicios en PlayStation) que se rigen por una suscripción mensual o anual, son en realidad dos cosas diferentes.

  • PlayStation Plus: no es solamente un servicio que nos brinda cada mes unos juegos "gratis" para canjear y que serán nuestros siempre y cuando no cancelemos nuestra suscripción, sino que nos ofrece otro tipo de ventajas, como almacenamiento en la nube y acceso al modo online de todos los juegos
  • PlayStation Now es, por contra, una especie de Netflix de los videojuegos. Un servicio en streaming que nos da acceso (de golpe) a más de 600 juegos

¿Hace falta estar suscrito a PlayStation Plus para disfrutar de PlayStation Now? No, son dos servicios independientes. Ahora bien, habrá dos matices:

  • Si queremos jugar online a los juegos de PS4 desde PS Now, no será necesario ser usuario Plus, tal y como aseguran desde el FAQ de Sony
  • Si queremos cargar/guardar las partidas en la nube desde PS Now (no se guarda en local), sí será necesario ser usuario de PlayStation Plus

Requisitos para jugar en PC a los juegos de PS4

Mínimo

Recomendado

Sistema Operativo

Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 o 10

Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 o 10

CPU

Core i3 2.0 GHz

Intel Core i3 3.5 GHz | AMD A10 3.8 GHz

RAM

2 GB

2 GB o más

Espacio en disco

300 MB

300 MB o más

Otros requisitos

Tarjeta de sonido y puerto USB

Tarjeta de sonido y puerto USB

Conexión a Internet

5 Mbps

5 Mbps

Dando por sentado que ya tenemos una cuenta en PlayStation Network, el otro requisito imprescindible, tan solo hará falta ver si cumplimos con los requisitos para poder jugar desde un PC. Porque aunque sea en streaming, un mínimo de potencia sí que hará falta. Y lógicamente, una buena conexión estable a Internet.

Luego está el tema monetario. Pese a que crear una cuenta en PlayStation Network sea gratis, PS Now es un servicio de suscripción cuyas tarifas son:

Ahora bien, cuenta con una prueba gratuita de 7 días para la primera vez.

Iniciar PlayStation Now en Windows... y a jugar

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Habiendo instalado la aplicación de PS Now en PC cumpliendo el resto de requisitos, ahora sólo queda iniciar el programa con nuestra cuenta de PlayStation Network y acceder a su catálogo de juegos de PS2, PS3 y PS4. O casi, porque hará falta un DualShock 4 para jugar, claro está. Y con cable USB, a poder ser. Porque personalmente no puedo recomendar el adaptador wireless al costar 46 euros.

¿Es obligatorio el DualShock 4? Se preguntará alguno. No necesariamente, aunque sea el más recomendable al contar con más opciones. También vale el DualShock 3 y algunos mandos de terceros con XInput, pero si queremos ir sobre seguro, ninguno mejor para PS Now que el oficial de Sony para su PS4.

Ya dentro del programa PS Now, la navegación podemos hacerla con ratón o bien con el propio mando si pulsamos en el icono situado en la parte superior derecha con forma de "TV y mando". Después pinchamos sobre el juego y listo.

¿Y cómo gestiona PS Now las partidas guardadas?

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Si ya éramos usuarios de consolas PlayStation, puede surgir esta duda: ¿cómo accedo a mis partidas en PC? La respuesta es simple: mediante la nube. Y para esto sí que hará falta una suscripción a PlayStation Plus, lógicamente.

Cuando iniciemos un juego cuya partida tengamos en la nube, el propio programa nos preguntará si queremos copiar ese archivo en PS Now. Y después ya está.

Con todo esto, ya no habrá ningún problema ni ninguna excusa para no probar PlayStation Now en PC. Al menos con esa prueba gratuita de siete días.

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PS Now, el servicio de juego en streaming y descarga de videojuegos de PlayStation, llega hoy a siete nuevos países, incluido España.

PS Now vendría a ser una suerte de Netflix de videojuegos en PS4 y PC, cuya fuerza se encuentra en el catálogo de juegos disponibles: a día de hoy, los suscriptores tendrán acceso a más de 600 juegos, incluyendo títulos exclusivos de la marca PlayStation como Bloodborne, The Last of Us y God of War III Remasterizado.

Eso sí, la propuesta no se limita al software propio: entre los títulos que ofrece la suscripción podemos encontrar Mortal Kombat X, For Honor, Dirt 4 o la posibilidad de jugar a Red Dead Redemption en PS4 y PC. Un título que por sí solo hace todavía más sugerente y amortizable la propuesta de este servicio en streaming.

El servicio PS Now, disponible previamente en el Reino Unido, también llega a Francia, Alemania, Países Bajos, Bélgica, Suiza, Austria y Luxemburgo.

Las opciones de contratación son de 14,99 euros al mes o un año por 99,99 euros. Bastante menos de lo que cuesta la suma de todos los juegos incluidos en el servicio y mucho menos de lo que vale una PS4 si no disponemos de una. Y sí, se puede probar de forma totalmente gratuita durante 7 días.

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Netflix ha encontrado en los videojuegos un auténtico filón de cara a su catálogo de entretenimiento en streaming, y si en enero ya hablábamos sobre el proyecto de adaptar Resident Evil, hoy se confirma oficialmente la incorporación de otra licencia de Capcom: Dragon's Dogma contará con su propia serie de anime.

Dragon's Dogma fue lanzado originalmente en 2012, aunque posteriormente Capcom actualizó y expandió de manera integral su propuesta de acción y RPG de cara a su llegada a los sistemas actuales. Es más, el próximo mes de abril llegará Dragon's Dogma Arisen a Nintendo Switch.

En cuanto a lo que se espera de la adaptación, Netflix ha descrito este anime como una aventura de acción en el que veremos la historia de un hombre que busca vengarse de un dragón, siendo desafiado a lo largo de su viaje por demonios que representan los siete pecados capitales.

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La serie será desarrollada desde Sublimation quienes, casualidad o no, participaron en Ghost in the Shell ARISE -otra serie que será continuada en Netflix- contando con una dilatada trayectoria en el campo de la animación y el CGI.

En este aspecto, Atsushi Koishikawa ha comentado en nombre del estudio su entusiasmo por el proyecto así como que podemos esperar ver animacion en cel shading con texturas dibujadas a mano, sin especificar si se usará esta técnica de animación en toda la serie o se mostrará en escenas concretas.

Nosotros, el equipo de Sublimation, hemos soñado con trabajar en nuestro propia serie. Muchas veces hemos trabajado con estudios asociados para crear partes en CGI dentro de un título determinado, por lo que nos sentimos muy afortunados de trabajar con Netflix a través de este acuerdo de producción para esta serie.

Junto con Dragon's Dogma, Netflix ha presentado una potente línea de títulos de anime que incluye Altered Carbon: Resleeved, Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045, SPRIGGAN, Super Crooks y Vampire in the Garden.

Por lo pronto, y para que vayas entrando en el universo rolero de Capcom, te dejamos con el tráiler de Dragon's Dogma Arisen en Nintendo Switch, y te recordamos que ya está disponible en PC, Xbox One y PS4.

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If Netflix and Amazon were not enough for you, Apple is set to join the league of video streaming services. If the latest reports are anything to go by, we might be able to get a peek into the long-rumoured service on March 25.

Apple’s spring event will happen on March 25 at the Steve Jobs theater on the company’s Cupertino campus. As Engadget reports, the invite hints at the possibility of Apple announcing its video service.

The purported service is expected to combine some original programming with content from existing content providers.

In addition to the anticipated video service, the event will witness the traditional unveiling of new iPads. This year, Apple is expected to unveil the iPad (7th-generation) that will retain the conventional headphone jack and Touch ID.


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A Netflix vai investir mais em séries interativas depois do sucesso de Bandersnatch. Em conferência na FICCI-Frames, em Mumbai, o vice-presidente de produtos da companhia, Todd Yellin, disse que a empresa deve apostar em mais séries interativas na plataforma.

Na apresentação, ele enfatizou o poder da interação e informou que o spin-off de Black Mirror foi um sucesso na Índia. Apesar disso, não mostrou números que confirmam tal afirmação. “Histórias interativas são coisas que gostaríamos de ver mais. Nós estamos apostando nisso. Então, você pode esperar nos próximos um ou dois anos mais histórias interativas. E não será necessariamente sobre ficção científica, nem necessariamente sombria. Pode ser uma comédia maluca. Pode ser um romance em que a audiência pode escolher se ela sai ou não com ela ou ele” apontou Yellin.

Embora a Netflix não informe números, Bandersnatch dividiu opiniões e gerou muita discussão no final do ano passado por seu caráter disruptivo aparente. Mesmo não sendo o primeiro do gênero, foi um dos poucos a se popularizar.

O vice-presidente também informou que a empresa deve dobrar o número de produções indianas na plataforma. Recentemente, Sacred Games foi um grande sucesso da plataforma produzido por Vikramaditya Motwane e Anurag Kashyap, o que motiva a empresa a continuar investindo no país.


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El juego llega al Año 4 de su plan de contenidos con un montón de cambios, nuevos agentes y transformaciones de calado, que lo convierten en el mejor exponente de que es mejor dar continuidad a un juego que lanzar una secuela descafeinada.

La nueva dinámica del mercado, del f2p y de los lanzamiento secuencia y mal repartidos en el tiempo, pocos son los títulos de gran lanzamiento, o los triples A, que duran en el tiempo. Si bien hay unos pocos elegidos, que por sus concepción desde el principio están pensados para durar en el tiempo (Destiny, por ejemplo) no es algo muy común, al menos desde el punto de vista del público general. Juegos de nicho, con bases de jugadores constantes ha habido siempre, pero en estos tiempos en los que los lanzamientos semanales se cuentan por docenas, es más complicado.

Y no se trata tanto por el contenido, pues la mayoría de títulos cuyos creadores quieren plantear como Game as a service o juego como servicio, tienen de sobra. En este sentido, The Verge publicaba hace una semana un editorial muy interesante bajo el título de The attention economy is dead en el que sus autor, acertadamente, apuntaba a cómo cada vez es más complicado que los títulos mantengan la atención de su base de jugadores. Netflix ya dejó claro que compite Fortnite, y hasta Disney ha metido algunos de sus personajes en el juego para mantener su atención.

Apex Legends fue el último en llegar y conquistar en el mercado, pero ya hay algunos reportes que apuntan a que su base de usuarios ha empezado a caer después del frenéis de sus 50 millones de jugadores. Los streams y YouTubers, un indicador para medir el interés de un títulos de cara a su audiencia también ha visto una disminución después de que muchos de sus partners, pagados por EA par promocionar el juego, hayan dejado de anunciarlo con tanta efusividad.

Sea como sea, cada vez cuesta más mantener nuestra atención y la industria se las ha ingeniado una y otra vez en buscar formas de mantenernos atados: los pases de batalla, los pases de temporada, las propias temporadas anualizadas, los contenidos exclusivos temporales... casi hemos perdido la cuenta de las diferentes formas que hay de llamar a lo mismo. Lo que sí está claro que es la industria es especialmente agresiva en este sentido: cuando un título deja de funcionar, se mata y se empaqueta de nuevo en una suerte de continuación.

No obstante, de vez en cuando hay una rara avis que despunta porque en su concepción ya era bueno. De todos los grandes títulos triple A que han ido y han venido estos años desde el lanzamiento de One y PS4, hay uno que ha ido en el sentido contrario al mercado y se ha ganado la confianza, por un lado de sus desarrolladores y, por otro, de sus jugadores: Rainbow Six Siege, que lo tenía todo para quedarse una simple anécdota más, ha terminado desembocando en uno de los competitivos mejor cuidados de la industria.

Era complicado que llegásemos a este punto, en tanto porque el juego ha estrenado este pasado fin de semana su Año 4 y que ha traído consigo una serie de cambios profundos en la base del juego, amén del nuevo contenido que como ya es habitual en el juego llega de forma constante. Hace unos años, cuando R6 empezó a despegar, Ubisoft dejó claro que no iba a matar el juego para sacar una secuela: dejó claro que buscaban un juego base que llenar de contenido y ya entonces apuntaban a 100 agentes que irían llegado poco al juego.

En este contexto, Ubisoft ha convertido al Rainbow Six Siege en uno de los mejores competitivos del mercado, y no ha tenido miedo en meter cambios de calado en el juego que llegó al mercado en 2015. Y cuando hablamos de cambios no son cuatro cosas. El año 4 de R6 Siege ha cambiado diametralmente algunos de sus mapas más populares, cambios que afecta enormemente a una base de usuarios para los que cada rincón puede suponer una victoria o una derrota. Cambiar mapas de un juego tan popular y en el cada pequeña modificación cambia totalmente la forma de jugar, cuatro años después de su lanzamiento, es algo que no está al alcance de muchos. El sistema de pixel y cámara, más de lo mismo:

Los cambios en el juego son bastante profundos como para cambiar muchos de los paradigmas de la jugabilidad del mismo. Tomar un riesgo que pocas veces se ve en la industria y que sin duda es algo que mantiene vivo el juego. La lista de cambios que incluye el juego en el año 4 es apabullante, por lo que parece que Ubisoft ha conseguido mantener esa atención que mencionábamos al principio y está poniendo sobre la mesa todo lo necesario para mantenerla.

Cuatro años después, Ubisoft sabe que su base de jugadores todavía puede crecer más. Tanto que con la llegada del Año 4 ha incluido una lista de juego para los recién llegados, con rotación de mapas clásicos (Bank, Consulate y Chalet) y solo bomba. Además ha cambiado el sistema de ranked, que ha dejado de estar en beta, allanando el camino para todos aquellos que quieran introducirse en el mundillo del competitivo. Y eso tan solo para la primera temporada de este nuevo año.

Criticamos constantemente la lacra de contenidos en muchos juegos, y nos olvidamos en ocasiones de alabar lo que se hace bien. Sin duda, Rainbow Six es unos de los títulos que han sabido poner sobre la mesa, mejor que nadie, el concepto de juegos como servicio, y lo ha hecho teniendo en cuenta que está luchando en el mercado otros f2p, y cuyo precio es una barrera de entrada que a muchos puede echar para atrás a muchos.

El año 4 de Rainbow Six es la demostración de que un juego, incluso los triple A de nicho, pueden ser terreno fértil para crecer, cambiar y adaptarse a un mercado frenético, constatando que cuatro año después, incluso los lanzamientos más recientes, poco pueden hacer contra él.


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Pourquoi la S5 de Blacklist n est pas disponible en France ? Pourquoi cette différence dans les dates de diffusion entre les pays ?
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bonjour je voudrai savoir quand la saison 2 de poursuis tes rêves sortira sur netflix car j'ai déjà fini de regarder la saison 1 j'ai juste kiffé cette serie merci pour votre réponse
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bonjour je viens de finir la premiere saison a quand la deuxieme
           Commentaires sur Poursuis tes rêves: la série argentine pour ado est sur Netflix par Sabrina Alain      Cache   Translate Page      
Bonjour ses quand que la saison 2 va sortir sur Netfix parce que sétait vraiment la meilleur série que j'ai écouter et j'aimerais savoir quand elle va sortir sur netflix. MERCI!
           Commentaires sur Poursuis tes rêves: la série argentine pour ado est sur Netflix par Leroux      Cache   Translate Page      
Bonjour, Je viens de regarder les 15 épisodes de Poursuis tes rêves. Franchement j'ai juste adorés !! J'aurais aimer savoir quand est ce que la saison 2 sort sur Netflix ? Merci de votre réponse. Cordialement.
           Commentaires sur L’ultime rempart saison 2: Netflix renouvelle la série The Protector par Karen      Cache   Translate Page      
Super contente de savoir qu'il y aura une saison 2.. j'étais septique au début, mais j'ai écouté toute l'épisode en rafale et j'ai bien aimé. J'espère qu'ils n'oublieront pas de la mettre en français.
           Commentaires sur Winx Club saison 7: les magical girls italienne sont de retour sur Netflix par Jean-Francois Cloutier      Cache   Translate Page      
Le lien fonctionne et est pour Netflix Canada <br/>Vous avez raison les saisons semblent avoir disparue sans advertisement!!
           Commentaires sur Winx Club saison 7: les magical girls italienne sont de retour sur Netflix par Meldy      Cache   Translate Page      
Bonjour,<br/>Je ne comprend pas. En effet vous dites que la saison 7 sera ou est sur netflix. Cependant les saisons 1, 2, 3, 4 et 5 qui étaient sur netflix jusqu'alors on disparu aujourd'hui. Pourtant j'ai bien cherché et elles ne faisaient pas parties des "séries annulées ce mois ci". De plus la saison 6 n'a jamais été sur Netflix. Pouvez vous donc m'éclairer sur la question suivante ou plutôt les questions suivantes :<br/>Savez vous pourquoi les 5 premières saisons ont disparu?<br/>L'arrivé de la saison 7 signifie-t-elle leur retour ainsi que l'arrivé de la saison 6?<br/>Pourquoi votre lien ne fonctionne pas?<br/>Merci d'avance!
           Commentaires sur L’ultime rempart saison 2: Netflix renouvelle la série The Protector par Jean-Francois Cloutier      Cache   Translate Page      
Je ne pansais pas que cette série était aussi populaire!
           Commentaires sur Royaume: Netflix dévoile un trailer pour la série zombie Kingdom par Jean-Francois Cloutier      Cache   Translate Page      
J'ai bien hâte de voir cetet série!
          Los inicios de Macarena García: «¿Cómo nadie me dijo que me quitara eso?»      Cache   Translate Page      
Ahora es una de las actrices más guapas y estilosas del panorama nacional y siempre acierta en la alfombra roja, pero no siempre fue así. Los estilismos de Macarena García en sus inicios dejaban mucho que desear pues ocultaban su belleza y le hacían parecer mayor de lo que era. Afortunadamente su físico era espectacular y su simpatía y profesionalidad hicieron que cayera bien a la crítica, y como consecuencia al público. Ahora la actriz -gracias a la incondicional ayuda de sus estilistas- ha conseguido sacar a la luz la diva que lleva dentro. Gtres Consiguió en pocos años convertir su estilo en la antítesis de lo que lucía antes y ahora es icono de moda para muchos. Tanto es así que la firma Springfield la ha elegido como protagonista en su nueva campaña «Zero Gravity 100% Fit». ABC ha hablado con ella para recordar sus inicios estilísticos y sus preferencias a la hora de vestir en la actualidad. «De repente descubro fotos y pienso: '¿En qué momento fui así a ningún lado? ¿Cómo me dejaron? ¿Cómo no me dijeron que me quitara eso?», reconoce entre risas la actriz. «Luego ya conocí a mis estilistas, te dejas aconsejar y te traen marcas que tienen cosas maravillosas y que es una suerte poder ponértelo. Son bastante profesionales porque respetan mi estilo. Me conocen y saben lo que me gusta, pero siempre la última palabra siempre es mía», y añade: «Aunque sí, sobre todo en mis comienzos era horrible porque iba con la ropa que tenía en mi armario». Gtres Ahora la intérprete puede presumir de estilo propio: «No me inspiro en nadie a la hora de vestir. Dependiendo de la situación me visto de una u otra manera. Yo creo que la moda es una forma bonita para expresar cómo estás, quién eres o qué quieres contar al mundo. Intento ser fiel a mí misma y no copiar el estilo a nadie», y asegura que ella, en referencia a sus estilismos, se define como «una persona natural, clásica y sencilla». Así, le gusta ir con zapatillas salvo en ocasiones especiales que no tiene problemas en calzarse unos tacones de infarto: «Para salir de fiesta unos taconazos cómodos. Me gusta mucho bailar por la noche y necesito estar cómoda», declara. Y si tiene que elegir entre falda o pantalón, siempre se decanta por la última opción «y siempre vaqueros». Macarena Gracía se encuentra en uno de sus mejores momentos tanto profesionales como personales. Inmersa en la grabación de la segunda temporada de «La otra mirada», la actriz estrenará el próximo 3 de mayo «A pesar de todo», la nueva película de Netflix protagonizada por la intérprete junto a Blanca Suárez, Amaia Salamanca y Belén Cuesta, que se meterán en la piel de cuatro hermanas obligadas a reencontrarse tras la muerte de su madre, interpretada por Marisa Paredes. «Es un lujazo haber trabajado con ellas y hemos formado un grupito muy chulo. Se nota mucho cuando trabajas con gente que te entiende y tiene forma parecida de hacer las cosas. La verdad es que nos hemos hecho grandes amigas y de vez en cuando hacemos planes juntas», reconoce. Rodaje de la serie «La otra mirada», en los Reales Alcázares con Macarena García y Patricia López Arnaiz - Vanessa Gómez
          Amazon is flexing its marketing muscle for Neil Gaiman’s “Good Omens”      Cache   Translate Page      
The push for "Good Omens" demonstrates marketing prowess that will help Amazon attract top talent to the streaming service, and away from rivals Netflix and HBO.
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Replies: 14935 Last poster: magnifor at 13-03-2019 11:45 Topic is Open Mijn abbo is opgezegd en na het verlopen van mijn abbo start ik deze opnieuw maar dan vanuit Turkije
          On My Block Saison 2 : C’est la rentrée sur Netflix dès la fin mars et dès aujourd’hui dans un trailer      Cache   Translate Page      
On My Block Saison 2 : C’est la rentrée sur Netflix dès la fin mars et dès aujourd’hui dans un trailer
Dans un peu plus de deux semaines, Netflix proposera la saison 2 de sa comédie adolescente On My Block. En attendant le lancement le 29 mars prochain, le service de streaming nous offre une bande-annonce pour nous replonger dans l’ambiance. Tout d’abord, rappelons que si vous n’êtes pas familier avec cette Teen Dramédie créée par Lauren […]
          Spike lee, due nuovi attori nel suo nuovo film Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      

Il regista di Fa la cosa giusta, Spike Lee, neo vincitore del Premio Oscar per la miglior sceneggiatura non- originale per BlacKkKlansman, ha portato nel cast del suo nuovo film, targato Netflix due nuove aggiunte. Gli attori non sono affatto sconosciuti ai fan dello show HBO The Wire, stiamo parlando di Clarke Peters e Isah […]

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          Netflix and Gurinder Chadha to Adapt Pashmina      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix and Gurinder Chadha to Adapt Pashmina Netflix has announced that it will be partnering up with director Gurinder Chadha ...
          Evénement Apple : Le service de streaming arrive enfin      Cache   Translate Page      
Les invitations aux événements Apple apparaissent si soudainement. La firme américaine prépare un événement le 25 mars prochain, ce n’est pas que nous ne nous attendions pas à une conférence à cette date : nous en avions déjà parlé il y a un mois. Qu'est-ce qui sera présenté ? L'animation gif livrée avec l'invitation manque de détails, mais semble indiquer une seule direction: le nouveau service de streaming made in Cupertino qui devrait directement combattre Netflix avec une mention "It's Showtime" ( «C'est l'heure du spectacle " ). La même phrase avait également été utilisée en 2006 par la même Apple, qui l’avait utilisée pour annoncer la disponibilité des films sur iTunes et sur la première Apple TV. Rappelons que le nouveau service de streaming devrait arriver en avril et que les nouveaux modèles AirPod et iPad pourraient également être présentés lors du même événement (mais cela est moins probable). (Lire la suite)
          Kevin Hart Announces His First Netflix Standup Special      Cache   Translate Page      
Kevin Hart is gearing up for this first Netflix standup special after his Oscars controversy. Hart teamed up with the streaming platform for a family-friendly black history special. “Kevin Hart: Irresponsible” is set to debut on April 2nd and will touch on Hart’s friends, family, travel and his “irresponsible behavior.” Kevin has had more than […]
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Dentro de un acuerdo con productoras de animación junto a títulos como 'Super Crooks', de Mark Millar, y el manga 'Spriggan'. UPDAIT: Y, ahora, 'Gods and Heroes', anime mitológico griego.
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           Comment on Travelers: Is the Netflix TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four? by jennifer strauss       Cache   Translate Page      
Just finished watching 3 seasons in 3 days. So disappointed to see the 2/01/19 posting that there will not be a 4th. Sad in my personal omega.
           Comment on Travelers: Is the Netflix TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four? by Rhonda S. Romano       Cache   Translate Page      
My husband and I have really enjoyed all three seasons of Travelers and we’re extremely disappointed that it has not been renewed for at least two more seasons. The story line is super interesting and the actors are fantastic! Please, please, please renew! This is an excellent show!
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I loved it! I only see 8 shows however. Is this just 2018? When does 2019 start? Don't tell me 8 shows are all I get?
           Comment on Outsiders: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three on WGN America? by Mary       Cache   Translate Page      
We lost track of the series when we cut the cable.... but now have Netflix and would like to see the rest of the story..... Please continue...on any network....
           Comment on Outsiders: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three on WGN America? by Mary       Cache   Translate Page      
We lost track of the show when we cut the cable.... but now have Netflix and would like to finish the saga....please, continue the story....!
           Comment on Lie to Me: FOX TV Show Cancelled, No Season Four by AmAnda Flemmi       Cache   Translate Page      
They should air new seasons on him or Netflix that where everyone would love this show or it it to late lol
          Netflix va réaliser plus de films interactifs      Cache   Translate Page      

L’énorme succès de Bandersnatch a convaincu le géant du streaming de se lancer dans la production de plus de contenus interactifs. Rappelez-vous, en décembre dernier, Netflix proposait un épisode de la série Black Mirror totalement interactif, qui permettait au spectateur de prendre part à l’aventure en choisissant la destinée de son personnage. Le concept a […]

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          Δράκους θα πολεμάνε στη νέα anime σειρά του Netflix, "Dragon's Dogma" - [Novasports]      Cache   Translate Page      
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Και παρέα το "Altered Carbon: Resleeved". Μια νέα anime σειρά θα προσγειωθεί στο Netflix και θα φέρει το όνομα "Dragon's Dogma". Αν το όνομα σας ακούγεται γνωστό, αυτό είναι γιατί η σειρά θα βασίζεται στο ομώνυμο βιντεοπαιχνίδι της Capcom, το οποίο κυκλοφόρησε το 2012 για το PlayStation 3 και το...


          Netflix firma acuerdo para crear series originales de anime      Cache   Translate Page      

Una de las producciones originales que surgirán de esta asociación están “Altered Carbon: Resleeved”, que estará basada en la serie original de ciencia ficción estrenada el año pasado en Netflix.
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Netflix released the trailer for "On My Block" Season 2 after revealing the show is returning to the platform on Friday, March 29.
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The recent resurgence of the KonMari Method of home organization, introduced to Americans by Marie Kondo’s 2011 book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and her subsequent 2019 Netflix series, have made it clear to me that I have a lot of...…
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Wir starten in die Wochenmitte mit einer brandneuen Ausgabe 'Singing in the Face' aus der letzten 'The Tonight Show'. Zu Gast bei Jimmy Fallon war der britische Star-Comedian Ricky Gervais, der mit 'After Life' aktuell eine wirklich großartige Mini-Serie bei Netflix platzierte. Der gute Mann serviert in der Regel keine allzu einfache Kost. Sein Humor ist bekanntlich oft derb, teilweise unter der Gürtellinie und immer sarkastisch. Und, auch bei Netflix bleibt der 57-Jährige sich treu. Sehr viel leichtfüßiger agierte Gervais allerdings im Zusammenspiel mit Fallon – Happy Mittwoch!

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          Kevin Hart lands his first Netflix comedy special      Cache   Translate Page      

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Kevin Hart is bouncing back in a major way after his controversial Oscar bow-out 

On Monday, the comedian announced he's landed his first-ever Netflix comedy special titled Kevin Hart: Irresponsible. In a new Instagram post, Hart shared the news.

"Mark your calendars damn it," he captioned a video teaser of the announcement. "My Comedy special will be dropping on April 2nd on Netflix. I can't wait....Let's gooooooo #Irresponsible."

According to Vulture, the special was taped during a sold-out show at the O2 Arena in London as one of the stops for Hart's current Irresponsible Tour.

Even with his recent Oscar controversy, in which Hart decided to step down as host after he was asked to apologize for decade old homophobic tweets, the comedian has been staying pretty busy.

In addition to the special, Hart is producing FX's upcoming comedy series starring Lil Dicky as well as a live-action Monopoly movie. This is, of course, in addition to working on a sequel to the hit Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle opposite his buddy and sometime social media sparring partner Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

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          At SXSW, Gwyneth Paltrow talks about spoofing herself and Goop on 'SNL'      Cache   Translate Page      

NBC/Will Heath(TEXAS) -- During Saturday's installment of Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live, cast member Heidi Gardner reprised her role as Baskin Johns, a flustered employee of Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle company Goop -- but this time, Paltrow herself made an appearance.

At a panel at the South by Southwest Festival in Texas Monday morning, Deadline reports that Paltrow joked about the cameo, noting, "It’s always important to have a sense of humor about everything in life."

The gist of the sketch is that Baskin and her fellow employees live in fear of "Queen Gwyn" discovering that they're completely ignorant about the products that Goop sells.

On Saturday, a floundering Baskin, terrified of being fired, called in her supervisor Fifer for help -- and none other than Paltrow played her.

"I'm really nervous I'm going Gwyneth is going to fire me," says Baskin, only to have Gwyneth-as-Fifer correct her by saying, "Gwyneth doesn't believe in firing. It's called 'conscious unemploying.'"

That was, of course, a reference to Paltrow's description of her divorce from ex Chris Martin as "conscious uncoupling."

The joke was that Gwyneth-as-Fifer proves to be equally inept at describing Goop products, but both she and Baskin were able to answer Update co-host Michael Che's question of what Goop stands for: "Gwyneth Opens Our Paychecks."

According to Deadline, during the panel, Paltrow told moderator Poppy Harlow, "As they say in Buddhism, 'to live is to struggle’ -- you have to have a sense of humor through it....You kind of accept who you are…and you bring an ease and humor into it."

She has reason to smile: The panel was organized to promote the fact that she's spinning off Goop into its own Netflix series.

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          Netflix estrena película sobre Triple Frontera       Cache   Translate Page      
Un filme de acción ambientado en una zona montañosa y selvática de la triple frontera que comparten Brasil, Paraguay y Argentina será estrenado este miércoles en el servicio de streaming Netflix.
          Microsoft reminds everyone about Project xCloud with a live demo      Cache   Translate Page      
There are so many competing attempts to become the Netflix of Gaming — in more than one form — it can be hard to remember who is in the mix. Sony just recently reminded everyone of PS4 Remote Play with … Read the rest of this entry
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Met dit druilerige weer – is het nou herfst of lente? – doen we niets liever dan op de bank hangen en series bingen. Het doet dan ook pijn in ons hart om het volgende nieuws te moeten mededelen: Netflix experimenteert in Nederland met hogere abonnementsprijzen. Het lijkt erop dat Netflix aan het testen is […]

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          Netflix's 'The Order' pits werewolves against dark magic, and is its latest original show off to a hot start      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Netflix's new original TV series, "The Order," is off to a hot start with audiences.
  • The show follows a college student looking to avenge his mother's death, who gets caught in a war of werewolves and dark magic.
  • Critics praised the show's surprising humor, and said it's a perfect show for fans of "Teen Wolf" and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina."

Netflix's new supernatural original TV series, "The Order," is off to a hot start with audiences.

The series, which debuted on Netflix last week, follows a college student "out to avenge his mother's death," who "pledges a secret order and lands in a war between werewolves and practitioners of dark magic."

"The Order" is ranked fifth on this week's "binge report" from television-tracking app, TV Time, based on its 12 million global users. The "binge report" tracks the top 10 streaming shows on various services. It's the only Netflix show on this week's list aside from "The Umbrella Academy," which premiered last month.

"The Order" doesn't have a Rotten Tomatoes critic score yet, but those who have reviewed it have given it positive reactions and praise the show's surprising amount of humor.

"The Order is being marketed as a drama, and the initial trailer doesn’t even hint at the humor that makes the show stand out," The Verge's Samantha Nelson wrote.

Nelson added, "The show is filled with gags, playing with the concept of irresponsible college students who have the power to break the rules of physics."

Refinery29 called it the "weirdo young adult supernatural drama you didn’t know you needed," and a perfect show for fans of MTV's "Teen Wolf" and Netflix's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina."

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W tym tygodniu iście serialowa uczta. Netflix zakupił prawa do ekranizacji „Stu lat samotności”, Amazon Prime potwierdza przypuszczenia fanów Tolkiena, a na deser zwiastuny takich produkcji, jak „Syn”, „Gra o Tron” czy „Hiszpańska księżniczka”. Po prostu palce lizać!


          Bloomberg: Apple TV service to feature mostly content from partners at launch, Apple’s original TV shows coming later - 9to5Mac      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. Bloomberg: Apple TV service to feature mostly content from partners at launch, Apple’s original TV shows coming later  9to5Mac
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook faces one of his biggest moments on March 25  Yahoo Finance
  3. March 2019 Apple Event: What to Expect  MacRumors
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          Project xCloud, el servicio de juegos en streaming de Xbox, llegará en forma de beta "a finales de este año"      Cache   Translate Page      

Project xCloud, el servicio de juegos en streaming de Xbox, llegará en forma de beta

Una de las tendencias que estamos empezando a ver eclosionar en el mundo de los videojueos es de los juegos en la nube. Si antes era necesario tener un disco físico o un archivo instalado en la memoria de la consola, el futuro parece pasar por jugarlo en streaming, lo que se traduce en dos cosas. Por un lado, no será necesario tener un equipo potente para poder jugar en máxima calidad, sino que bastará con una buena conexión a Internet. Por otro lado, los juegos saltarán de las consolas a cualquier plataforma.

Esto, que suena a ciencia ficción, no lo es tanto. Google, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft y Microsoft ya han anunciado estar trabajando en sus alternativas y, de hecho, esta última es la que nos ocupa hoy, puesto que ha dado una fecha aproximada de cuándo podremos acceder a Project xCloud. Se trata de su propia plataforma de juegos en streaming, que permite jugar a un título como Forza Horizon 4 desde cualquier smartphone por Internet. Lo presentaron en octubre del año pasado y, según Microsoft, las primeras betas públicas llegarán a finales de año.

"No es un reemplazo para las consolas"

De acuerdo a Microsoft, desde la presentación del servicio en octubre de 2018, han estado "trabajando duro" para "lanzar las primeras betas públicas a finales de este año". Eso es posible gracias a que la industria se encuentra en un "punto de inflexión", en el sentido de que "se puede ofrecer una experiencia de calidad de consola con la infraestructura de nube, contenido y comunidad que hay actualmente".

Como ya mencionaron durante la presentación de Project xCloud, el dispositivo, en nuestro caso un móvil, solo será el reproductor de contenido, pero todo el trabajo se hará en la nube, que es una forma sencilla de decir en los servidores de Microsoft. La empresa tiene 54 centros de datos Azure repartidos a lo ancho y largo del globo, por lo que, en cierto modo, los juegos en streaming serán similares a un Netflix interactivo. El contenido está en la red y el usuario solo lo descarga y reproduce.

El móvil será un simple reproductor de contenido, puesto que todo el procesado se hará en la nube

Esto, dicen desde la compañía, no está siendo desarrollado como un "sustituto para las videoconsolas", sino como una sistema para "ofrecer el mismo número de opciones y la versatilidad" que actualmente se ofrece en el sector de la música y el cine. El ejemplo lo tenemos en Netflix y Spotify, cuyo catálogo es el mismo para cualquier plataforma, sea móvil, TV, consola o escritorio. Evidentemente, Project xCloud será compatible con títulos exclusivos de Xbox y PC. Cabe esperar que el resto de empresas hagan algo parecido con los suyos.

Sobre la compatibilidad del servicio, Microsoft dice que "el gaming con calidad de consola estará disponible en dispositivos móviles" y que lo ofrecerá "a más de 2.000 millones de jugadores de todo el mundo". En otras palabras, parece que no será algo restringido a ciertas marcas y que se abrirá a más móviles, aunque durante la presentación de octubre se dijo que los terminales de Samsung serían los primeros en poder acceder.

Así pues, ya tenemos una fecha de lanzamiento estimada: finales de 2019. Tendremos que esperar hasta entonces para ver cómo funciona el servicio, cómo han solucionado el problema de la latencia sin utilizar la red 5G y cuál es la experiencia real. Lo siguiente que tenemos en el calendario es la presentación de Google en la Gamer Developer Conference, donde se espera que presenten su servicio de juegos en la nube o algún tipo de dispositivo relacionado.

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Adding federal alerts to those platforms might not entirely be a technical issue, at least on the government's end. The service has already been updated to include smartphones.
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Following the success of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, Netflix is “doubling down” on interactive programming, according to Variety. Reporting from this week’s media and entertainment conference FICCI-Frames in Mumbai, the trade magazine cited Todd […]

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Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Chrishell Hartley Gets Exciting New Netflix Reality TV Series

Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers has some great news to pass on about a popular Days star. Chrishell Hartley, who portrays Jordan Ridgeway on the NBC soap, has a new reality series that will be premiering on Netflix on Friday, March 22.

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On the heels of its groundbreaking foray into interactive storytelling with the choose-your-own-adventure style “Black Mirror” episode, Bandersnatch, Netflix will look to produce much more interactive entertainment, according to vice president of content, Todd Yellin. Speaking at the FICCI-Frames conference for Indian media and entertainment in Mumbai, Yellin said in a keynote that audiences could […]
          Bandersnatch : le succès mondial motive Netflix à investir davantage dans les récits interactifs      Cache   Translate Page      
C’est sans surprise que le géant du streaming annonce investir dans les récits interactifs. Le succès mondial de Bandersnatch, l’épisode spécial de Black Mirror, a en effet donner des envies à Netflix de repousser les limites.

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          14 Raindance Gems Streaming on UK Netflix Right Now      Cache   Translate Page      

Attending a film festival is always such a unique experience, from the award ceremonies, to the parties, galas, filmmakers’ panels and, of course, the screenings themselves. But that doesn’t mean that you can enjoy these films only during the festival – many of them are accessible all-year round! Here we have compiled a list of […]

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          Movistar+ anuncia 'Paraíso': su nueva serie original es una 'Stranger Things' española      Cache   Translate Page      

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La clara estela que ha marcado 'Stranger Things' es demasiado importante y todos quieren tirar de nostalgia de un modo fantástico. Y en esta ocasión es Movistar+ la que no quiere dejar pasar la oportunidad de darnos una buena dosis de eso y anuncia su nueva serie: 'Paraíso'.

Creada por Fernando González Molina ('Fuga de cerebros', 'Tres metros sobre el cielo') junto a Ruth García ('El internado') y David Oliva ('Los protegidos'), nos encontramos con una serie fantástica que combina el drama juvenil, ciencia ficción y misterio ambientada en un pueblo de Levante en 1992.

'Paraíso' contará, en ocho episodios, la historia de la desaparición de tres chicas de quince años (Sandra, Eva y Malena). Javi, el hermano pequeño de una de ellas comenzará una investigación junto a sus amigos que les llevará a descubrir que sus raptores no son de este mundo.

Aunque pueda parecer, según el argumento, que más 'Stranger Things' nos encontramos con 'Dark', ya viendo el arte gráfico y las declaraciones de González Molina (hablando de Spielberg y de 'Verano Azul') tiene pinta con que vamos a tener una buena dosis de nostalgia.

"Paraíso nace de nuestra ilusión por contar una historia fantástica que conecte con los referentes de nuestra adolescencia: el cine de Spielberg, la serie V, pero también Verano Azul o Compañeros. Y conectarlos con las historias que me ha gustado contar en el cine: relatos épicos, emocionales, que buscan ante todo el disfrute del espectador. Paraíso es un viaje al cine de entretenimiento que nos apasionaba y nos hizo dedicarnos a esto, pero también un relato sobre la pérdida y sobre la dificultad de ser adolescente cuando eres distinto"

Los temas de nostalgia son siempre difíciles, porque a veces los guionistas y directores están más atentos a darnos un festín de referencias que en contar una buena historia. Es todo un reto que no todos consiguen. De momento tendremos que esperar a 2020 para ello.

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          Taika Waititi adaptará 'Los héroes del tiempo' para Apple: la película de Terry Gilliam se convertirá en serie de televisión      Cache   Translate Page      

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El neozelandés Taika Waititi aún no ha conseguido decepcionarme. Me enamoró en la pequeña pantalla con la desternillante 'Los Conchords', me hizo reír a mandíbula batiente con 'Lo que hacemos en las sombras', llevó al Universo Cinematográfico de Marvel a un nuevo nivel con una fresquísima 'Thor: Ragnarok' y he de confesar que no puedo esperar a echarle el guante a su nuevo largometraje 'Jojo Rabbit', en el que interpreta al mismísimo Adolf Hitler.

Sabiendo todo esto, no es de extrañar que me vea especialmente ilusionado con el nuevo proyecto que el director, actor y guionista tiene entre manos: una producción para Apple coescrita y dirigida por el propio Waititi en la que se adaptará al formato de serie la película de 1981 'Los héroes del tiempo', dirigida por Terry Gilliam y coescrita por el también Monty Python Michael Palin.

Por si no tenéis muy claro lo que esperar del proyecto, aquí tenéis la sinopsis oficial del filme original, tal y como figura en su edición de la Criterion Collection.

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"En este fantástico viaje a través del tiempo y el espacio de Terry Gilliam, un chico llamado Kevin escapa de sus padres obsesionados con los gadgets para unirse a una banda de enanos viajeros del tiempo. Armado con mapa robado al Ser Supremo, saquean el tesoro de Napoleón y Agamenon, pero el Genio Maligno está observando cada uno de sus movimientos. Con un guión oscuro y bromista de Gilliam y su colega en Monty Python Michael Palin —que también aparece en la película—, 'Los héroes del tiempo' al mismo tiempo un vertiginoso cuento de hadas, una clase de historia revisionista y una sátira sobre la tecnología que sale mal."

Tan sólo leyendo la delirante premisa de la cinta queda claro que esta nueva versión de 'Los héroes del tiempo' parece un trabajo perfecto para las filias, fobias y estilo de Taika Waititi, ya no sólo por su particular sentido del humor, sino por su buena mano con las historias centradas en niños —ahí está su segundo trabajo par la gran pantalla 'Boy'—.

A falta de más información sobre el prometedor proyecto, os dejo con el tráiler del filme de Gilliam para ir abriendo boca.

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          'The Blacklist' renovada: el reparto original de la serie regresará en su séptima temporada       Cache   Translate Page      

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NBC acaba de anunciar la renovación por una séptima temporada de 'The Blacklist', una de las series más veteranas de la cadena. La confirmación llega después de consiguieran cerrar los acuerdos con James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Klatenhoff y Harry Lennix para poder seguir contando con los protagonistas de la misma.

De hecho, la cadena llevaba un tiempo interesada en asegurarse la continuidad de 'The Blacklist', pero lo habitual en las series de network es que los contratos de sus protagonistas expiren al de seis temporadas. Por ello, se aproximó primero a Spader y una vez cerrado el nuevo contrato con él pasaron a negociar con el resto del cuarteto protagonista.

Los motivos para renovarla

'The Blacklist' debutó en 2013 y en su primera temporada arrasó en audiencia. NBC decidió buscarle un nuevo hueco en su parrilla para la segunda y ahí hubo un bajón del que nunca llegó a recuperarse. No obstante, pronto consiguió unos datos más que aceptables para la cadena y que no hubiese grandes altibajos desde entonces.

Además, NBCUniversal es dueña del 50% de los derechos de 'The Blacklist' -el otro 50% pertenece a Sony TV-, un incentivo adicional para quedarse con ella, ya que genera una generosa cantidad de dividendos por los derechos de venta internacionales y por el acuerdo con Netflix para los derechos SVOD.

Vía | Deadline

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My point was RE: remastering in HD. Netflix would probably foot some of the bill to have it in better quality. X-Files is on Streaming services in HD, but has never had a home video release of the older seasons on bluray, even though it wouldn't need to be remastered. My point being that HD is a selling point even for streaming
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Tiger2 I have Netflix. I signed up for Hulu today through Spotify premium and I didn't see DS9 on Hulu in search results. Netflix is a better option or CBS All Access.
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Matt DS9 is on Netflix. Every Star Trek TV show ever made is on Netflix except Discovery in America. X-Files is on Hulu.
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I think if they want continued Star Trek content for their cbs all access, die hard DS9 fans would stay subscribed if they released each episode weekly in HD (and at the end of the year put out a bluray set). Netflix would probably pay to have DS9 and even Voy in HD too. There have been other shows released in HD on streaming that have never seen a Bluray release, for example the X-Files. Streaming is enough reason to do it, BD is just icing on that cake
          El "Netflix de Apple": todo lo que sabemos y todas las series confirmadas del servicio de vídeo que están preparando      Cache   Translate Page      

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El anuncio del servicio de vídeo bajo demanda por suscripción de Apple es inminente. Tan sólo hace falta echar un vistazo a la invitación que la compañía enviaba ayer a la prensa para convocar un evento el próximo 25 de marzo: "It's show time", dice el texto, que además va acompañado por un gif animado, como si del inicio de una película de cine se tratase.

En el evento del día 25 se esperan posibles actualizaciones de los Airpods, de los iPad e incluso podría llegar esa versión de Apple News de pago de la que tanto se ha hablado en los últimos meses, pero sin duda el gran protagonista, y la invitación lo confirma, llegará en forma de servicio de vídeo. Apple lleva meses anunciando proyectos, fichajes de actores y grandes personalidades del cine y las series para lanzar su propio rival de "Netflix".

De hecho, en el evento del día 25 habrá una fuerte presencia de estrellas y personalidades de Hollywood, según Mark Gurman, y veremos también los primeros tráilers del contenido exclusivo de Apple, según Variety.

Todos los proyectos que tiene en marcha Apple para su servicio

Que Apple va a apostar por contenido propio de vídeo no es ningún secreto. En 2017 ya decían que se gastarían 1.000 millones de dólares en adquirir y producir sus propias series y películas, y de hecho por aquella época contrataron a Jamie Erlicth y Zack Van Amburg, antiguos ejecutivos de Sony TV, para liderar este esfuerzo.

A diferencia de lo que ocurre últimamente con los productos de Apple y de la mayoría de marcas, que se filtran prácticamente al completo mucho antes de la presentación, el caso del servicio de streaming de Apple es bastante peculiar: Apple no lo ha anunciado aún oficialmente y no ha habido muchas filtraciones sobre cómo será (sí algún que otro rumor, aunque muy poco concreto). Pero, durante los dos últimos años, han sido muchos los proyectos que la compañía ha anunciado.

Estos son los títulos confirmados en los que Apple ya está trabajando para su nuevo servicio de vídeo:

Series

  • 'Foundation': adaptación de la popular saga de Asimov, y quizá uno de los proyectos más esperados de Apple. Los encargados de la adaptación son David S. Goyer ('Blade', 'Batman') y Josh Friedman ('Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles').
  • 'For All Mankind': con Ronald D. Moore ('Battlestar Galactica') como principal responsable, es un drama distópico sobre lo que habría pasado si la carrera espacial nunca se hubiera detenido.
  • The Morning Show: Jennifer Anniston ('Friends') y Reese Witherspoon ('Walk the Line', 'Big Little Lies') producirán y protagonizarán este nuevo drama. También les acompañará Steve Carell ('The Office) como coprotagonista. Contará la historia de un grupo de periodistas que trabajan en un programa matutino. Dos temporadas confirmadas de diez episodios cada una.
  • 'Are You Sleeping': Drama producido por Reese Witherspoon sobre el mundo de los true-crime, los podcasts basados en estos crímenes que ahora están tan de moda y lo que ocurre cuando la búsqueda de la justicia en estos casos pasa a ser pública.
  • 'Little Voice': una combinación un tanto extraña, con Sara Bareilles (cantante y actriz) y JJ Abrams ('Lost'), que definen como "una carta de amor" a la diversidad musical de Nueva York.
  • 'Amazing Stories': revival de la antología de terror y ciencia ficción de Steven Spielberg, que además participa en el proyecto. Tendrá 10 episodios.
  • 'See': Steven Knight (creador de 'Peaky Blinders') y Francis Lawrence ('Los juegos del hambre') estarán al cargo de este drama "épico" futurista del que apenas se tienen más detalles. Con Jason Momoa ('Juego de Tronos', 'Aquaman') como protagonista.
  • 'Defending Jacob': nueva serie protagonizada por Chris Evans ('Capitán America') basada en el libro de mismo título sobre el fiscal que investiga el asesinato de un adolescente y descubre que su propio hijo está implicado de alguna forma.
  • 'My glory was I had such friends': drama con JJ Abrams ('Alias', 'Perdidos') y Jennifer Garner ('Alias') a los mandos, que además la actriz también protagonizará. Se basa en la memoria de Amy Silverstein y cuenta la historia de un grupo de mujeres que acompañan a Silverstein en la dura experiencia de esperar por un segundo transplante de corazón que necesita para seguir viviendo.
  • 'Nevelot': con Richard Gere como protagonista (su primera serie). Cuenta la historia de dos veteranos de Vietnam y lo que les ocurre cuando muere la mujer de la que ambos habían estado enamorados en su juventud.
  • 'Dickinson': comedia de época en la que Hailee Steinfeld ('Valor de ley') da vida a la joven poeta Emily Dickinson y Jane Krakowski ('30 Rock') interpreta a su madre.
  • 'Little America': Kumail Nanjiani y Emily V. Gordon (ambos responsables de 'The Big Sick') preparan esta antología sobre un pequeño grupo de inmigrantes en Estados Unidos.
  • 'Swagger': Kevin Durant, popular jugador de la NBA, produce la serie que se basa en su propia vida y se centra en los inicios de su carrera dentro de la Amateur Athletic Union (AAU).
  • 'Magic Hour', que se inspira en la historia real de Hilde Lysiak: una niña de 9 años con vocación de periodista que quiere desvelar el misterio de un caso sin resolver que afecta a su propia familia.
  • 'Central Park': serie animada de Loren Bouchard ('Bob's Burgers') en forma de comedia musical sobre un grupo de personas que trabajan en Central Park y no sólo acaban salvando el parque, sino también al mundo.
  • 'Snoopy' + STEM: con los personajes de Snoopy (sí, los de la serie de dibujos) van a hacer una nueva serie en la que las matemáticas y la ciencia tienen un papel importante, centrada en la conquista del espacio. Habrá también otras series y productos aprovechando que Apple se ha hecho con los derechos de los personajes.
  • 'Calls': producción internacional que adaptará el proyecto francés de mismo título. Aquí podéis ver el tráiler de la original francesa y su peculiar eslogan: "la serie que se escucha". Una innovadora y original narrativa para contar pequeñas historias en las que lo visual es muy simple y el audio se lleva todo el peso.
  • 'Home': una serie documental que visitará "hogares extraordinarios" por todo el mundo.
  • 'Pachinko': crónica de cuatro generaciones de una misma familia emigrante coreana y sus vidas entre Corea, Japón y EEUU.
  • Thriller sin título de M. Night Shyamalan: no se sabe nada de esta serie, salvo que es un thriller, tendrá 10 episodios y M. Night Shyamalan ('El sexto sentido', 'El protegido') está al mando.
  • Comedia sin título de Rob Rob McElhenney and Charlie Day ('It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia') sobre un grupo de personas muy distintas que trabajan en un estudio de desarrollo de videojuegos.
  • Drama sin título con Brie Larson como protagonista sobre una joven agente de la CIA, basado en el libro 'Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA'.
  • Serie sin título de Damian Chazelle (director de 'La La Land'), que él mismo dirigirá y escribirá, del que no se tienen más detalles.

Películas

  • 'On The Rocks': no será una serie, sino la primera película original de Apple. Con Sofia Coppola dirigiendo y Bill Murray y Rashida Jones como protagonistas, contará la historia de una chica joven madre que reconecta con su padre, todo un "playboy".
  • 'Hala': no es una película original de Apple, sino que han comprado sus derechos en exclusiva. Producida por Jada Pinkett Smith, cuenta la historia de una joven adolescente musulmana que tiene que vivir entre lo tradicional que es su familia y lo "moderno" que es su instituto.
  • 'The Elephant Queen': documental sobre elefantes, grabado durante cuatro años. Aquí el tráiler. No es original de Apple, sino que ha comprado los derechos.
  • 'Wolfwalkers': otra película, en este caso de animación, que ha comprado Apple para emitir en exclusiva. Cuenta la historia de una aprendiz de cazadora y que mezcla magia, naturaleza y mitología.

Contratos de exclusividad

Además de los proyectos confirmados, Apple tiene otros en proceso y ha ido "fichando" a distintas personalidades del cine y la televisión para que desarrollen contenidos para ellos en exclusiva:

  • Jason Katims ('Friday Night Lights', 'Parenthood'): pasará a desarrollar proyectos para Apple a partir de este verano.
  • Justin Lin (director de varias entregas de 'The Fast and de Furious'): producirá series "con perspectiva global" para la nueva plataforma.
  • Kerry Ehrin (cocreadora de 'Bates Motel'): entre otras cosas se encargará de la serie de Jennifer Aniston y Reese Witherspoon que decíamos antes
  • Oprah Winfrey: la popular presentadora creará "programas originales en los que hará gala de su incomparable habilidad para conectar con públicos de todo el mundo", según el anuncio oficial.
Invitacion Apple 2006 Ésta es la invitación que Apple envió en 2006 para convocar a la prensa y anunciar la llegada de la compra de películas a iTunes. Nótese el parecido con la de el próximo evento (y las diferencias, "It's show time" podría traducirse como "es la hora de la serie").

La polémica: el "toque Apple"

Si bien no se tienen muchos más detalles que esas ambiguas descripciones de los futuros contenidos propios de Apple, no está muy claro hasta qué punto la compañía está ejerciendo control creativo de ellos. A fin de cuentas, Apple es especialmente conocida por restringir los contenidos que puedes comprar (y no puedes comprar) en su tienda de apps, por ejemplo. ¿Adoptarán este modelo también con sus series?

Es un polémico reportaje publicado por el diario The Wall Street Journal citan a fuentes que aseguran que Apple ha pedido a los productores que eviten "sexo gratuito, palabrotas y violencia". 'Vital Signals', la serie de Dr. Dre, no se vería en Apple supuestamente por ese motivo.

En dicho artículo también ponen un ejemplo, citando a fuentes que trabajan en el proyecto: en la serie de M. Night Shyamalan, Apple habría pedido, según estas fuentes, que quitaran los crucifijos que aparecían en la casa donde viven los protagonistas. No querían mención alguna a la religión. También atribuyen a este control cambios importantes que ha habido en otros proyectos: por ejemplo, el cambio de showrunner en la serie de Aniston y Witherspoon por no estar satisfechos con el humor, entre otras cosas, y cambio de los showrunners en el reboot de 'Amazing Stories' al creer que era demasiado "oscuro".

El NY Post también tiene otro completo reportaje en el que aseguran que Tim Cook está muy pendiente del desarrollo de sus contenidos que está dando feedback y enviando notas a los creadores con frecuencia, algo que incomoda a algunos agentes de la industria del entretenimiento, no acostumbrados a tratar con las grandes tecnológicas y sus condiciones.

Si bien las descripciones de los proyectos actuales no dan tanta información como para saber el "tono" general con el que nos encontraremos (o si, de hecho, habrá algún "tono" general), Apple tiene otros proyectos en desarrollo (aún no confirmados) que potencialmente chocarían con esta filosofía, como una serie sobre un antiguo adicto a la heroína que trafica con armas en Afganistán y otra sobre la vida de George Michael.

Plataforma y catálogo

No está previsto, según los rumores, que el servicio de Apple sea un Netflix al uso. Además de la programación original de Apple, algunos apuntan a que el servicio incluirá contenido de otros servicios a los que el usuario podrá también suscribirse si así lo desea para poder ver todo el contenido desde la app de Apple. No, no incluirán a Netflix, CNBC asegura que Starz, CBS y Viacom ofrecerán suscripciones a través del mismo.

Una de las grandes incógnitas es si HBO será finalmente también una de esas suscripciones adicionales que ofrecerá el servicio de Apple: si bien al principio parece que no había acuerdo entre ambas compañías, Bloomberg asegura hoy que posiblemente sí esté incluido, aunque advierten de que todavía se están negociando ésta y otras alianzas.

Amazon Channels Amazon ofrece en EEUU Amazon Prime Video Channels, canales a los que te puedes suscribir de forma adicional y que pagas de forma independiente. Entre ellos está HBO, Starz y Showtime. Apple estaría trabajando en un modelo similar, según apuntan todos los rumores

Esto es similar a lo que Amazon ya ofrece con Amazon Prime Video Channels, pero es algo que por ahora funciona en Estados Unidos y no en España, donde no existen esos servicios de suscripción y donde los derechos internacionales de los contenidos suelen venderse a otras compañías. Por ejemplo, en España Movistar tiene exclusividad para las series de Showtime (que pertenece a CBS).

Nótese que todas las series que comentábamos anteriormente están en fase de producción y es posible que tarden unos meses en llegar, por lo que no podemos descartar un lanzamiento "discreto" del servicio en lo que a programación propia se refiere. Pasaría a cobrar entonces especial importancia el catálogo que puedan aportar el resto de socios de Apple en su nueva aventura.

Las dos incógnitas: el precio y la disponibilidad

El prolífico filtrador Mark Gurman asegura que el servicio será de pago y verá la luz en verano, aunque asegura que todavía no hay nada definitivo. En CNBC, sin embargo, apuestan por otro de los rumores que más se han escuchado: cualquier usuario que posea un dispositivo de Apple podría ver sus series exclusivas de forma gratuita, teniendo que pagar exclusivamente si quiere contenidos de otros. Al menos al principio, ya que la idea, según dicha fuente, es encontrar títulos "fuertes" con los que poder hacer en el futuro un servicio de pago.

Si bien no está claro el precio, sí que parece estarlo más el dónde se podrá ver el futuro servicio. En dispositivos de Apple, lógicamente, pero no parece casual que por primera vez este año Apple haya decidido llevar Airplay a los sistemas operativos de los principales fabricantes de televisores. Con este movimiento, desde cualquier dispositivo Apple se podrá enviar contenido a dichos televisores.

Además, Samsung tiene la exclusiva de la app de iTunes para televisores hasta el verano, y el hecho de que estén hablando de exclusiva con fecha de caducidad da a entender que después podría llegar al resto. ¿Por qué ahora y no hace años? El nuevo servicio tiene toda la pinta de ser el culpable, así que tampoco descartaría una app nativa para televisores.

Itunes Samsung iTunes, como app nativa, estará pronto disponible en los televisores de Samsung y la exclusiva les durará unos meses

Finalmente, está la incógnita de la fecha. Lo presentarán el día 25 de marzo, sí, pero desconocemos cuándo activarán el servicio. Al principio se hablaba de primavera, mientras CNBC dice ahora que durante el mes de abril, Mark Gurman asegura que posiblemente para el verano y Variety va todavía más allá y dice que podría retrasarse hasta otoño.

Saldremos de dudas el próximo 25 de marzo (y podrás seguirlo en directo con nosotros en Xataka).

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No, the show with the best casting is called Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. It premiered in 1993. Its casting is all the more impressive because it had the largest Trek cast, with many recurring characters outside the main cast. If you haven't seen the show, I recommend it, its available on Netflix in multiple countries, Amazon Prime, or CBSaa if you are into that.
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Project xCloud es el servicio de Microsoft que promete la experiencia y fluidez de una Xbox en dispositivos móviles y tablets. El propio Satya Nadella ya lo ha calificado como "el Netflix de los videojuegos" y prometen que gracias a este servicio de streaming de juegos se dará acceso a mucha más gente a esas experiencias "triple A".

Desde Microsoft, aprovechando el reciente Inside Xbox, han dado a conocer nuevos detalles de Project xCloud, entre ellos la fecha aproximada de lanzamiento y más llamativo todavía, una demo real que muestra cómo funcionará. En concreto nos han enseñado Forza Horizon 4, en su versión de Xbox One, corriendo sobre en un móvil Android y conectado a un mando de Xbox One.

Antes de cerrar el año 2019, Microsoft anuncia que se iniciarán las primeras pruebas públicas. Llegará por tanto considerablemente por detrás de PlayStation Now y el propio Xbox Game Pass, aunque en este caso su objetivo es trasladar la experiencia de las consolas más potentes a los dispositivos móviles. Más parecido a lo que Microsoft quiere ofrecernos es GeForce Now de NVIDIA y Project Stream de Google, que con toda probabilidad será presentado el próximo 19 de marzo.

Así se ven juegos triple A en un móvil Android

La demostración de Forza Horizon 4 ejecutándose a través de Project xCloud. Pese a que en la demo se hace uso de un mando de Xbox One conectado por bluetooth, previamente ya se indicó que el servicio de streaming también utilizará las pantallas táctiles para los controles, por lo que no sería estrictamente necesario este mando.

Mientras que el juego se reproduce en la pantalla del móvil, todo el trabajo se hará en la nube. Esto es clave, ya que de otra manera el hardware del dispositivo móvil no podría afrontar por si solo toda la potencia que requieren estos juegos.

Como vemos en la demostración, se aprecia algo de lag. Habrá que esperar para comprobar si es debido a la red, si ocurre solo con algunos juegos o si es algo puntual. Hasta finales de año no podremos determinar cuál es la calidad ofrecida del servicio, pero tener juegos exclusivos de Xbox y PC en el móvil es un deseo de miles de jugadores desde hace muchos años.

Un pequeño problema con la latencia que con la llegada del 5G podría verse solucionado. En este sentido Azure y sus 54 servidores exclusivos tendrán un papel importante, aunque en su día ya comentaron que Project xCloud se podría utilizar con conexiones Wi-Fi y conexiones 4G.

Como recuerdan nuestros compañeros de Xataka Móvil, durante la presentación de octubre también se dijo que los terminales Samsung serían los primeros en poder acceder a este servicio de streaming, aunque no parece que esté restringido a ciertas marcas y finalmente todos los móviles que cumplan ciertos requisitos deberían poder utilizarse.

Como explica Microsoft en un comunicado:

Estamos desarrollando Project xCloud no como un reemplazo para las consolas de juegos, sino como una manera de proporcionar la misma opción y versatilidad que los amantes de la música y los vídeos disfrutan hoy en día. Estamos agregando más formas de jugar juegos de Xbox.

Nos encanta lo que es posible cuando una consola está conectada a un televisor 4K con soporte completo de HDR y sonido envolvente, que sigue siendo una manera fantástica de experimentar los juegos de consola. También creemos dar a los jugadores el control de decidir cuándo y cómo jugar.

Tendremos que esperar pues a finales de este año para poder probarlo por nosotros mismos, aunque en la demostración de Forza Horizon 4 ya se deja entrever las posibilidades de los servicios de streaming de juegos como Project xCloud.

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La clara estela que ha marcado 'Stranger Things' es demasiado importante y todos quieren tirar de nostalgia de un modo fantástico. Y en esta ocasión es Movistar+ la que no quiere dejar pasar la oportunidad de darnos una buena dosis de eso y anuncia su nueva serie: 'Paraíso'.

Creada por Fernando González Molina ('Fuga de cerebros', 'Tres metros sobre el cielo') junto a Ruth García ('El internado') y David Oliva ('Los protegidos'), nos encontramos con una serie fantástica que combina el drama juvenil, ciencia ficción y misterio ambientada en un pueblo de Levante en 1992.

'Paraíso' contará, en ocho episodios, la historia de la desaparición de tres chicas de quince años (Sandra, Eva y Malena). Javi, el hermano pequeño de una de ellas comenzará una investigación junto a sus amigos que les llevará a descubrir que sus raptores no son de este mundo.

Aunque pueda parecer, según el argumento, que más 'Stranger Things' nos encontramos con 'Dark', ya viendo el arte gráfico y las declaraciones de González Molina (hablando de Spielberg y de 'Verano Azul') tiene pinta con que vamos a tener una buena dosis de nostalgia.

"Paraíso nace de nuestra ilusión por contar una historia fantástica que conecte con los referentes de nuestra adolescencia: el cine de Spielberg, la serie V, pero también Verano Azul o Compañeros. Y conectarlos con las historias que me ha gustado contar en el cine: relatos épicos, emocionales, que buscan ante todo el disfrute del espectador. Paraíso es un viaje al cine de entretenimiento que nos apasionaba y nos hizo dedicarnos a esto, pero también un relato sobre la pérdida y sobre la dificultad de ser adolescente cuando eres distinto"

Los temas de nostalgia son siempre difíciles, porque a veces los guionistas y directores están más atentos a darnos un festín de referencias que en contar una buena historia. Es todo un reto que no todos consiguen. De momento tendremos que esperar a 2020 para ello.

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          Breaking Up Platforms Has Sickening Implications      Cache   Translate Page      

Hipster antitrust sickens me. Literally. I was under the weather last week. Feeling ill, I spent a good amount of time at local pharmacies, searching for cures. When shopping for a decongestant or a sleep aid, I compared the “brand” name product to the store’s own brand. I bought their own brand every time, saving some money in the process. A new economic plan recently put forth by Senator Elizabeth Warren could make that process illegal.

Warren claims that her plan aims to bolster competition by breaking up “Big Tech” companies through robust antitrust enforcement, an approach now increasingly popular on both the political left and right. It is likely to backfire, and is not even necessary.

Warren’s plan would designate as “platform utilities” all companies with a global revenue of over $25 billion a year that offer an online marketplace, exchange, or platform for third parties. These companies would be forced to divest themselves of any “participant” on that platform. It seems like a simple concept, but the devil is in the details — and the lack of bright lines.

Under Warren’s plan, Apple would have to remove Apple apps from its App Store, and presumably also the App Store from iPhones, unless those became separate enterprises. Netflix would no longer be able to offer its own content alongside content from third parties. Voice devices — a fiercely competitive market at the moment — would have to direct you to a weather service rather than just telling you the weather.

The plan would essentially outlaw most large tech companies’ business models. Search firms, for instance, sell ads based on the data they collect around users’ search habits. Spinning a search engine off into a separate company would break that link, rendering the model impossible. The Internet would look and act much more primitive than the Internet we know today. Rather than what tech guru Tim O’Reilly calls the “magical use experience” that tech companies now offer their customers, virtually every online transaction would involve switching between different providers, each with its own interfaces and quirks. Using the Internet would become laborious again.

Warren’s plan would also forbid mergers and buyouts that “reduce competition.” Yet, buyouts by large tech firms offer a way for innovators to realize a return on their initial investment that is often part of their business plan. That’s because financial regulation, of which Senator Warren is a leading champion in Congress, has made it extremely difficult for a firm to raise capital by going public via IPO, as entrepreneurs did in years past. Without the potential of a lucrative buyout, entrepreneurs will find it harder to attract venture capital; some innovations simply will not happen.

Warren claims her plan offers a bright line standard. Yet it offers no compelling distinction between online platforms where people search for bargains and Walmart, the #3 online retailer with its own proprietary brands. Warren’s plan in its execution might actually go far beyond Big Tech to any large company that offers an online marketplace. Almost every large U.S. retailer does so. Retailers who offer their own private brand products could have to spin them off into separate companies were Warren’s plan to be enacted. The price for relief from my illness would have been higher. Furthermore, a platform would be required to treat all products in its marketplace “neutrally,” so goodbye discounts or reward points.

In effect, the Warren plan wants to fundamentally reorganize how a lot of American companies do business. In that sense, it is every bit as ambitious as the Green New Deal. Like the Green New Deal, it is based on a utopian technocratic vision that is oblivious to how people react in the real world. Warren claims that nothing will change with our user experience. The fact that someone in a position of power can make such a claim suggests how far politicians still have to go in learning the limits to shape our world.

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Hipster antitrust sickens me. Literally. I was under the weather last week. Feeling ill, I spent a good amount of time at local pharmacies, searching for cures. When shopping for a decongestant or a sleep aid, I compared the “brand” name product to the store’s own brand. I bought their own brand every time, saving some money in the process. A new economic plan recently put forth by Senator Elizabeth Warren could make that process illegal.

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In 1997 I wrote "to breakup the MSFT WinTel/processing monopoly one had to break up the last mile monopoly." If anything govt compounded the problem with Brand X decision in 2004, which only concentrated the last mile and killed off the last vestiges of true competition from the 1980s-90s.

It was, ironically, the iPhone, using a little appreciated 70 year-old regulated spectrum loop-hole (Part 15; aka shared spectrum or WiFi), that eviscerated the vertically integrated monopolies and drove the over-the-top application ecosystem and really scaled the cloud. That and brilliant Netflix scaling video choice and delivery to the edge.

Market forces (supported by unintended government action) reduced MSFT's dominance more than the consent decree. And now we have a group of monopolies, not just one, supported by inefficient net neutrality and local access regulations. Ah the irony!


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  • Spotify has gone to war against Apple in Europe, complaining that the way it runs its App Store is anti-competitive.
  • It's a bold move for a company whose market cap is 32 times smaller than Apple's.
  • But Spotify has bloodied Apple's nose before when it circumvented App Store fees.
  • It's bad news for Apple that some of its most popular app makers keep challenging the App Store's economics.
  • Spotify's complaint comes as there's never been greater political will to regulate big tech firms.

Spotify has gone to war against Apple, filing a legal complaint with European antitrust authorities over what it claims is anti-competitive behaviour.

Spotify's beef is about the 30% fee that Apple charges on App Store subscriptions. Apple makes life extremely difficult for services that try and avoid that fee, Spotify argues, meaning the company will have to raise its prices to account for the levy.

That would make Spotify more expensive than Apple's in-house streaming service, Apple Music, which doesn't have to pay the same 30% levy. That, Spotify says, is anti-competitive behaviour because Apple wins either way. You can read more about the complaint here.

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Fighting Apple is a bold move, given Spotify is a comparative minnow.

The Swedish service operates a single business — music streaming — while Apple is a major player covering mobile, the cloud, media and entertainment, and computing. Apple, with a market cap of $853 billion, is 32 times more valuable than Spotify, with its $26 billion market cap.

With this in mind, it is hard to see that Apple will be overly worried about the complaint. Indeed, it is yet to even comment on the proceedings filed with the European Commission.

But that is only when the complaint is viewed in isolation. It should worry Apple that some of the biggest and most popular app makers are willing to challenge the economics of the App Store, which CEO Tim Cook keeps billing as a driver of Apple's future growth.

App makers like Netflix are challenging App Store fees

Apple is suffering from peak iPhone and must look to its services division for continued growth. That includes businesses like iCloud, the App Store, and Apple Music.

But that growth faces a challenge if popular third-party developers keep challenging the App Store's main source of revenue — its 30% levy. And there are indications that Apple will feel the pain.

Take the example of Netflix.

The streaming service is the biggest app maker to date to circumvent App Store billing, asking iPad and iPhone users to pay for its subscription service through its site rather than through Apple.

According to Sensor Tower data, Netflix is the top-grossing app for Apple in the US and the billing change could deprive the iPhone maker of as much as $256 million a year in subscription fees. The Netflix move was widely seen as a blow to Apple's narrative that its services division would be the driver of future revenue.

We also know that Apple will already be feeling the impact from Spotify pulling a similar stunt a few years ago.

Spotify used to make Apple an awful lot of money

Look at these two side-by-side charts from Sensor Tower.

They show that Spotify was Apple's top-grossing app both in the US and globally in November 2015.

Sensor Tower Spotify Apple 2015

2015 is an important date in this dogfight — it was the last year Spotify billed every premium subscriber through iTunes, meaning it paid up to 30% of all subscription fees to Apple. The upshot was that Spotify was incredibly lucrative for Apple.

That changed in 2016, when Spotify wouldn't allow new app users on iPhone or iPad upgrade to its paid Premium service through iTunes. Instead, it directed people to its website. That meant it could keep subscription revenue for itself, instead of handing a chunk over to Apple.

The impact was immediate, as shown by the Nomura chart below. The graph compares how much revenue Spotify and Netflix make through the App Store. Look at the red line denoting Spotify — and what happened in 2016 when the firm altered its billing process. You can see there's a big dropoff:

Nomura Spotify Netflix chart

That's a pretty sharp decline! We can see from the grey line that the dropoff for Netflix will be even more severe.

Both Spotify and Netflix through their separate actions have paved the way for other big app makers, who have to fork out lots of money to Apple, to also take a stand.

We've seen a similar story with Google, where the maker of "Fortnite" decided to circumvent Google's Play Store for the Android release.

Can Apple just keep creating its own competing services?

One answer to all of the above, of course, is that Apple has built its own perfectly serviceable music streaming service which is gaining in popularity. It is also about to launch a Netflix competitor.

As it currently stands, Apple wins if both Spotify and Netflix have reduced access to the App Store, because that would drive more people to download and subscribe to Apple Music. As Spotify's CEO acknowledged in his statement on Apple, the App Store is the "gateway" to the internet for the billion people who own an iOS device. It's a huge marketing tool for any app developer.

Apple can't mimic every popular app that decides to avoid the App Store levy though, not least because the regulators might step in. And there has never been greater appetite to regulate the major Silicon Valley firms, both in the Europe and the US.

Given the political risk, it might just be easier to bow before this minnow after all.

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          Apple’s TV service will reportedly be dominated by third-party content at launch      Cache   Translate Page      
Just days after Apple confirmed its March 25th "show time" event by sending out invites to members of the press, a new Bloomberg report helps to shed light on Apple's short-term plans for its TV service. Although the iPhone maker is expected to finally debut its long-awaited Netflix rival at the event, a majority of the content available on the service at launch will be from third-party content providers -- not from Apple itself. In fact, according to Bloomberg, "the first slew of releases" won't hit the service until much later in 2019, as most of them are still in development. Presumably, the shows Apple has already released on Apple Music, such as Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps, will be on the streaming service, but that isn't clear. In the meantime, Apple is desperately working to fill out its content library ahead of launch, going so far as to "[offer] concessions to get deals done by a Friday deadline." Apple is in talks with HBO, Showtime, and Starz, and all three are expected to join Apple's service eventually. Sources say that it's down to the details at this point, as each of the premium networks want to have a say in "marketing, promotion and the user experience." Unsurprisingly, Netflix and Hulu will not be a part of Apple's TV service, because they don't want Apple to control the user experience or have access to their viewing data. Apple would seemingly prefer to build a single portal through which users could access all their networks and services, but its direct competitors aren't game. While the TV service will likely take center stage at the Steve Jobs Theater in two weeks, Apple is also expected to unveil its news subscription service at the event. iOS users will be able to subscribe to a bundle of magazines and newspapers through the Apple News app, which is being redesigned for the iOS 12.2 update.
          Roman Reigns irá estrelar em nova comédia do Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      
A atriz Candace Smith revelou no Instagram esta semana que recentemente filmou uma comédia da Netflix junto de Roman Reigns em Honolulu, no Havaí. Isso foi na época em que Reigns estava no Havaí filmando o filme "Hobbs & Shaw" com The Rock alguns meses atrás.

A comédia em questão, é intitulada de "The Wrong Missy". A comédia será estrelada por David Spade e produzido pela Happy Madison Productions, de Adam Sandler. A trama segue Tim Morris (Spade), que conhece a mulher dos seus sonhos (Sims) e a convida para o retiro da sua empresa. No entanto, uma antiga pretendente do protagonista aparece e Tim percebe que mandou uma mensagem para a garota errada (Lapkus).

Não há nenhuma informação sobre quando o filme será lançado ou qual será o papel de Reigns.
          Netflix is testing even more expensive subscription prices - BGR      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix is testing even more expensive subscription prices  BGR

Every once in a while, we see Netflix test new plans in certain markets, and most of them involve price hikes. The same goes for the latest test that was spotted ...


          Medien: Wie sich die TV-Sender gegen Streamingdienste behaupten wollen      Cache   Translate Page      
Streamingdienste wie Netflix lösen immer mehr das klassische Fernsehen ab. Doch so schnell wollen sich Rivalen wie RTL nicht geschlagen geben.
          Comment on How to Get a French IP Address from Any Country by Avast VPN Problem with Netflix Blocked: Solution (2019) – SYE News Service      Cache   Translate Page      
[…] that user can view. I.e. an IP address from the U.S. sorts them into the U.S. library, and a French IP address sorts them into the French Netflix library. When Netflix notices multiple users accessing […]
          Comment on Netflix Proxy Error – How to Bypass and Unblock Netflix by Mullvad VPN not Working with Netflix? Here’s What You Should Do – SYE News Service      Cache   Translate Page      
[…] from other countries, meaning you have to run a VPN to access movies from home. Furthermore, the Netflix proxy error often shows up when running certain VPNs, further locking down various […]
          Ανάμεσα στα νέα anime του Netflix θα δούμε το Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 και το Dragon Dogma      Cache   Translate Page      

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Η Netflix αποκάλυψε τα anime projects που δουλεύει αυτό το διάστημα και αναμένονται στην πλατφόρμα της μέσα στους επόμενους μήνες, και κάποια από αυτά ξεχωρίζουν ιδιαίτερα. Πρώτο είναι το Ghost…

Ανάμεσα στα νέα anime του Netflix θα δούμε το Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 και το Dragon Dogma


          Apple News in abbonamento: dettagli in macOS      Cache   Translate Page      

Nuovi dettagli sull'imminente servizio Apple News in abbonamento, una sorta di Netflix delle notizie, sono apparsi nell'ultima beta di macOS Mojave.

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          These FAANG stocks are soaring—and some analysts say they have even more room to run      Cache   Translate Page      
Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet are outpacing the broader market for 2019, and two experts see more runway ahead of some of the names.
          Netflix Kerjasama dgn Studio Anime Jepang buat 6 Anime      Cache   Translate Page      

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Saat ini, anime memang semakin besar pengaruhnya diluar Jepang, dan salah satu nama luar Jepang yang semakin erat terlibat dalam dunia anime saat ini, adalah Netflix. Sudah ada berbagai anime yang mereka bawakan dari Jepang ke luar, dan ada juga berbagai seri animasi dan anime yang melibatkan mereka. Dan mereka melanjutkannya dengan pengumuman kerjasama dengan […]

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          Netflix выпустит аниме-сериал по мотивам греческих мифов      Cache   Translate Page      
Netflix запустит мультсериал "Боги и герои" по мотивам греческих мифов. Сериал будет состоять из восьми серий. Стало известно, что стриминговый сервис выпустит аниме-сериал по мотивам греческой мифологии.
          Hinds' Netflix Pick For After A Long Day At Work, "The Dawn Wall"      Cache   Translate Page      
Sometimes just getting through the day can be like climbing a mountain. Well, if you want to wind down after a looooong day, then check out this Netflix documentary called "The Dawn Wall." Continue reading…
          Spotify beschuldigt Apple van oneerlijke concurrentie, klacht bij EU      Cache   Translate Page      

Spotify heeft een klacht ingediend bij de Europese Commissie tegen Apple. Het Zweedse bedrijf vindt dat het wordt benadeeld door de maker van iOS-apparaten.

In een blog op de website van Spotify schrijft topman Daniel Ek dat Apple de afgelopen jaren "regels heeft geïntroduceerd die het aantal opties en innovaties beperkt ten koste van de gebruiker". Ek zegt dat zijn bedrijf hier de afgelopen tijd met Apple over heeft gesproken, maar dat heeft tot niets geleid.

30 procent afdragen

Spotify heeft onder meer moeite met wat de 'Apple-taks' wordt genoemd. Diensten die via de App Store abonnementen willen aanbieden moeten 30 procent van de gegenereerde inkomsten afdragen. Dit is voor Apple de afgelopen jaren uitgegroeid tot een flinke inkomstenbron en belangrijk geworden in de strategie van het Californische bedrijf.

Als we dit doorvoeren zijn we gedwongen om onze abonnementsprijs hoger te maken van die van Apple Music, zegt Ek. Dat wil hij niet, omdat Spotify dan minder interessant is voor klanten (je kunt om deze reden via de iOS-apps niet upgraden naar een betaald abonnement).

"Omdat we niet in Apples betaalsysteem zitten, beperkt het bedrijf onder meer onze communicatie met klanten. In sommige gevallen is het ons niet eens toegestaan om klanten die Apple-apparaten gebruiken te mailen."

Ook de Nederlandse online kiosk Blendle heeft last van de 'Apple-taks', zegt topman Alexander Klöpping tegen de NOS. Volgens hem levert het afdragen geen nieuwe gebruikers op, anders had hij er niet zoveel moeite mee gehad.

"In feite is het een soort iPhone-belasting die aan Blendle (en dus uiteindelijk de consument) wordt doorberekend." Hij noemt de stap van Spotify moedig, omdat sommige bedrijven wellicht bang zijn benadeeld te worden door Apple. Blendle overweegt zich bij de klacht van Spotify aan te sluiten.

Al langer overhoop

Spotify en Apple liggen al jaren juridisch overhoop over dit punt. In 2016 stuurde de muziekdienst Apple een brief waarin het bedrijf zorgen uitte over het blokkeren van een app-update van Spotify. Apple eiste volgens die brief dat Spotify gebruik ging maken van Apples abonnementensysteem als het "nieuwe gebruikers wil aantrekken en abonnementen wil verkopen".

Daarnaast zegt Ek dat Apple voor Spotify de mogelijkheid blokkeert om gebruik te maken van Siri (Apples slimme assistent), de HomePod (slimme speaker) en de Apple Watch.

"We vragen niet om een speciale behandeling", zegt Ek. "We willen enkel dezelfde behandeling als andere partijen in de App Store zoals Deliveroo en Uber." Tegelijkertijd met de blogpost heeft het bedrijf ook een site gelanceerd: TimeToPlayFair.com, waar het meer informatie biedt over de zaak tegen Apple.

"Dit gaat een ding worden en dat is terecht", zegt Stefan Kulk. Hij doet bij de Universiteit Utrecht onderzoek naar de macht van techplatforms. "Dit soort partijen zijn zo machtig dat ze eisen kunnen stellen." Hij verwacht dat als het tot een zaak komt bij de Europese Commissie deze gedragsveranderingen van Apple kan eisen, bijvoorbeeld omtrent de afdracht.

Veranderingen

Spotify heeft drie eisen. Het wil dat iedere app wordt gehouden aan dezelfde regels "inclusief Apple Music". Ook wil Ek dat klanten zelf kunnen bepalen hoe ze betalen voor het abonnement. Als laatste vindt het bedrijf dat appwinkels niet de controle mogen hebben over communicatie tussen gebruikers en app. De strijd van de muziekdienst is specifiek op Apple gericht, maar concurrent Google vraagt ook 30 procent. Een woordvoerder van Spotify in Nederland kan niet zeggen waarom er niks over Google wordt gezegd.

Netflix worstelt ook al een tijdje met de App Store-belasting en besloot eind vorig jaar dergelijke abonnementen niet meer aan te bieden via de App Store. Klanten worden naar de site van de videodienst geleid. Ek noemt de videodienst niet in zijn verhaal.

Een woordvoerder van de Europese Commissie heeft aan The Wall Street Journal bevestigd dat ze de klacht hebben ontvangen maar geven verder geen inhoudelijk commentaar. Apple wil nog niet inhoudelijk reageren en komt naar verwachting later vandaag met een verklaring.


          Netflix : les films et les séries à regarder après une rupture      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Man arrested for selling thousands of stolen Netflix passwords online      Cache   Translate Page      
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A man has been arrested after being caught selling hundreds of thousands of stolen account details for online subscription services, including Netflix, Spotify and Hulu. The Australian Federal Police (AFP) says the man, who is 21 years old and based in Sydney, was arrested earlier this week, and made an estimated AUD $300,000 (~£160,000) selling […]

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          Motor racing-Netflix heroes Haas working hard on pitstops for Melbourne      Cache   Translate Page      
Haas have been working overtime practising their pitstop routines as Formula One's Australian season-opener approaches, bringing with it a reminder of the team's nightmare in Melbourne last year.

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