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Pssst! It’s Another Amazon Instant Video Secret Sale: You Won’t Believe What’s Going For $7!

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Drunk History + 7 Days Till Prime Membership Price Increase

Today’s post is brought to you by the Big Bang Theory store on ThinkGeek, where many items are currently on sale for up to 33% off. Advertisers make it possible for Digital Media Mom to bring you great content for free each day, so thanks for your support! * * * Earlier this week I [… Read More]

A Superior Netflix Alternative: Amazon Prime

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Amazon Instant Video Currently Unavailable – What Does It Mean?

While browsing the Amazon Instant Video store, you may sometimes come across a video that doesn’t have any buy or rent buttons available, and is marked, “This movie is currently unavailable.” If it’s a movie you don’t already own in Instant Video format, you probably just gave a disappointed sigh and moved on to the [… Read More]

Should I Run My Own Personal Cloud Server?

I’ve been seeing a lot of TV ads lately for ‘personal cloud’ servers: computer hardware that allows you to have your own, personal Cloud storage and remote access like what you may already have through Amazon or iTunes, but totally under your control. This idea appeals to a lot of people who have privacy concerns, [… Read More]