December 11, 2009
Posted: 05:06 PM ET
Editor’s note: This is the latest in CNN.com’s ongoing “Tech Torture With Topher” video-blog series, in which we “torture” CNN.com staffer Topher Kohan by depriving him of a technological convenience for a week to see how he copes with it. This week, Topher is trying to watch all his beloved TV shows online instead of on his TV.
So today ends this week's experiment. Here are the 4 things I've learned from this one:
1. I watched less TV this week and I really liked it, so hopefully that will continue.
So can you watch all your broadcast TV online? Yes - if you're not a sports fan and don't care about watching a show the night it airs.
Thanks for reading and for being part of my blog. If you can take the time, leave a comment below on what you like and don't like about this week's "Tech Torture with Topher." And please suggest ideas for future "tortures" I can try.
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Editor’s note: Topher Kohan is the search engine optimization (SEO) coordinator for CNN.com, a “Star Wars” aficionado, a tech dork and an all-around good guy. (No, really, he is — just ask him.)
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