YouTube has movies & TV shows

Yesterday, YouTube announced a new section of their web site with full-length movies and TV shows. Currently, it’s just older stuff, but I think it’s a step in the right direction. Broadcast TV is increasingly becoming a thing of the past. You can read an Associated Press story (link opens new window) about this, or take a look yourself at YouTube.com/shows (link opens new window). Here’s a sample from my favorite section, Science & Technology:

YouTube Science & Technology Shows

YouTube Science & Technology Shows

Google owns YouTube. If you think this is a good idea, and you have extra money, you can buy Google at less than $400 per share. It will definitely go up to at least $700 per share by summer of 2011.

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Of course, it’s always safe to predict that far in the future: if I’m right, I’ll make a new blog post in 2011, gloating. If I’m wrong, no one will remember, and I certainly won’t remind you.

One Response to “YouTube has movies & TV shows”

  1. Melanie Says:

    You make me laugh!

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