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The Omniplex is open and streaming! This week we go in depth service by service on the internet stream-o-sphere, and how it has permanently changed the way we absorb and collect our entertainment. Pros and Cons abound, we give ALL the dirt on all the major services and options if you still favor the physical media.
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