I expect we’ll make a trip out this spring/summer to check it out. (thanks Dan)
Netflix is making all episodes of the series available simultaneously, a pattern it began with Lilyhammer and will be continuing with the rest of its original programming this year — a slate that includes Eli Roth’s Hemlock Grove and a new season of Arrested Development.
This surprised me (in a good way). I find TV series immensely more engrossing when I can power through them (most recently, Homeland).
Also of note: The goal is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us.
I’m looking forward to seeing what Brent does next.
I was flattered to have been asked by Siobhan to contribute an tip for her article – this tip is something I believe is important when starting to work with any platform. You always use a system more effectively when you understand how it works.
Use the Codex to get you pointed in the right direction, but always go to the actual core code as well. There are many good reasons for this, but the most important is that the documentation says what the code is supposed to do, while the code says what it actually does.
Documentation can also lag behind the actual code (especially when core patches are merged in).
Also, reading the code is a serendipitous opportunity. While looking at one thing, you may see several others that are helpful immediately, and some that might stick in your memory for future use.
It struck me today how these emails fail to strike me at all anymore. What Amazon is doing to commoditized large-scale infrastructure is really jaw-dropping. I keep using it for more and more and my bill keeps going down.
I signed the petition and would like to encourage you to do so as well. And if you haven’t tried Uber yet, you’re missing out.