Run Your Own Netflix?

Do you want to be just like Netflix or Amazon Prime and stream videos to whoever?  Well, only if you don’t mind spending like $59.99 a month to allow s3Bubble stream your videos that you host with Amazon S3 service.  Actually, the cost could go way up since you also have to pay Amazon for Amazon S3 service.  Amazon S3 service is like a static web host service, because each bucket could hold all sorts of files and data such as a video.  It’s kind of interesting how s3Bubble would make it easy for you to be your own Netflix, because you can also stream 4K videos to whoever.  I wonder how much it would cost for the bandwidth though, because I’m unsure if s3Bubble would just only charge you $59.99 a month.  Since bandwidth data have to travel out of Amazon S3 service, and so I assume that you would also have to pay for bandwidth cost to Amazon.  Anyhow, depending on how busy your do it yourself Netflix site becomes, you could pay a fortune to stream videos.  Furthermore, if you stream videos that are copyrighted, you’ll be in a lot of trouble.  Nonetheless, the technology is there for one man/woman to become a Netflix service.  Quite interesting I must say.  Check out the video right after the break to see how the whole process would work.  Enjoy!

Just A Thought: Would China Create Technology To Destroy All Satellites To Force Everyone Fights Without Eyes In The Heaven?

I was reading an article which mentioned how China may use technology in space to ram United States’ satellites to prevent spying and GPS and whatnot activities in wartime, and I thought to myself that China could also create satellites that may act like a last resort measure in which it would project indiscriminately projectiles to all satellites in an orbit, including the ones that China operates.  Why I think China can also go this route?  Well, let me see, in wartime China got the number on her side, because she got 1.3 billion people to draft from for a world war.  If China can sacrifice her satellites to destroy all satellites of her enemies, then why not right?  After all, when all satellites become inoperable, China can use traditional warfare tactics that do not rely on satellites to win war — she got the number on her side.  Of course, this is only my imagination, because I don’t know if China has ever created something like this yet.  Of course, the United States can do the same, but this means such technology would force the United States to fight blind.  I think the United States prefers to have her satellites operating during wartime.

China Launches New Crewed Space Mission Shenzhou-11

China is continuing to expand her space program, and so it’s not a surprise to see China just launches a new crewed space mission from Shenzhou.  This mission is known as Shenzhou-11.  It seems that this time the two astronauts of this new space mission will try to stay in space longer than any other Chinese astronaut had done before.  Basically, this is another step for China to do trial and error test experimentation in her ambition to have a more complete, permanent space station in 2020.