Sometimes living on the cutting edge is a bit painful.
Among other things, I received a Joss Whedon three-pack (Firefly, Serenity, Dr. Horrible) on Blu-Ray, a few seasons of Newsradio on DVD (*quick, point out the connection. Hint: I also received a Red Swingline Stapler) and iTunes gift card and several music CDs. (Hint #2: Ha. iTunes just started playing The Buffy theme song.)
But there's no one place in my house where I can consume all of these. (Without resorting to gray area technology hacks that are neither straightforward or easy.)
(*Answer: Stephen Root. Played the Principal in Joss Whedon's original Buffy, Jimmy James in Newsradio and Milton in Office Space.)
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