I've recently moved. I got broadband internet setup as quickly as possible. However, I turned down various offers of cable programming.
Why? Because 1) I hate commercials, 2) theretoo much junk just on TV, and 3) you can get a lot of good stuff (legally) over the internet.
Here is my current selection of good online programming that I watch regularly:
I'll add more as I come across and use them. For example, I hear that ABC has a streaming service for episodes of Lost (though I haven't tried it yet)
This morning I followed a link to some humor about Ruby, Perl, and Java and was surprised to discover that Yukihiro Matsumoto (aka Matz) is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (sometimes refered to as 'The Mormons'). I doubted for a moment that the info was entirely accurate, but after seeing a third posting of the information I had to believe.
Why does any of this matter? I'm a Mormon too!