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Digital Video Tip: Turn On The Closed Captions

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Psst! Another Secret Sale in Amazon’s Instant Video Store – Great Movies To Own For $7 Each!

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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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Kindle Fire Tip: Don’t Accidentally Stream A Movie You Already Downloaded

A couple of weeks ago I discovered something new about my Kindle Fire, totally by accident. When you go to watch an Instant Video you’ve downloaded to your Fire, if there’s an active Wi-Fi or cell connection the Fire will automatically stream the movie from your Amazon Cloud library instead of playing the local, downloaded [… Read More]

DRM That Doesn’t Limit Your Use Isn’t A Problem

I recently had an exchange with some Facebook friends about Amazon Instant Videos. As regular site visitors will already know, I’m in the process of migrating my disc video library to all-digital. Every time one of the movies or TV shows I own on disc becomes available at a steep discount as an Amazon Instant [… Read More]