A Roku is a magical device that hooks to your TV, that allows you to stream shows over the internet directory to your screen. You can use the AV cable that comes with it, or buy a HDMI cable, and watch in HD. These things are great.
Anyway, the Roku offers a number of applications, some free and some not, to stream TV and movies using your existing internet connection. So, I decided to drop my inflated cable bill, and go with Netflix and Hulu. I'll probably drop one of them eventually, as I figure out what we like better, but for now, they're only $7.99 each, so it's not such a big thing, just yet.
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2014 Roku Private Channels List on mkvXstream Blog
Roku Private Channels on I Love Roku TV
Roku Private Channels on StreamFree.tv
Or, you can read my review on Squidoo, called Cut the Cable, Go With Roku.
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You can also find the final images in much larger resolution on Boneworld's DeviantArt Gallery. I'd love to hear what you might think in the comments section.