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Touchscreen fun on SNL. (Hulu = US only)
It’s rick moranis!!
One can dream, can’t he?
That was as informative as anything I’ve seen from the networks.
US only = sux. ‘thought the internet was supposed to cross all boundaries haha… guess I was livin’ in a dream world! ;-)
US only :( why?
the whole US only thing gets on my fing nerves
Is this the video? I can watch this one from Canada.
I was fully expecting this to be a cheesy mockup of a touchscreen with some kind of accompanying semi-choreographed routine. But that looked real. Very impressive for SNL!
US only. Bad idea. Goes against 37signals principles.
US only is a slap in the face to the rest of the world. I find it very provocative. Why does 37s support this?
US only sucks big time. What is this all about? Must be money related….
US only? On a website about usability?? Someone’s having a laugh.
Us only = I can’t understand why you promote this video.
37 Signals get backslashed by posting US only content. And rightfully, so.
Yup, please don’t publish US-only material, it’s a lot like if you started publishing IE-only stuff.
That clip is great.
Why is everyone acting like it was 37signals decision that Hulu only serve certain videos to the US only? It’s not like this is a unique concept, either. The BBC has been annoying the rest of us with “UK only” videos for years.
The nbc.com URL posted above works fine. It’s just that Hulu is bound by certain licensing restrictions if they want to publish the content at all.
@Vincent – that’s the correct URL, viewable outside of the US.
Hulu is licensed for US-only distribution, but NBC.com is open.
¿Qué paso? ¿Qué paso? Está ahí…
“I can make Michigan bounce!”
That was very funny! Thanks, Jason, for posting it!
Lay off,, the vid and US only is Hulu’s choice, not 37s
That vid freaked me out cause he started zooming in just south of Cleveland basically right in on my childhood neighborhood. weeeird
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