“The Internet is a Soviet bread line,” says Damon Darlin at The New York Times. Sure we are elated at all the “free” content, but we lose hours and hours searching for what we want. “Paying with time rather than money seems just as common on the Web. I jump through a number of hoops nearly every day to find my favorite television shows online, having cut my cable and TiVo DVR service to save about $110 a month. So to avoid paying about $3.60 a day, I instead spend 5 to 10 minutes searching for shows on Hulu.com or Clicker.com. Is it worth it? I don’t know.”
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