You probably have nothing to worry about: The “Protecting Lawful Streaming Act,” which was introduced earlier this month by Senator Thom Tillis, a Republican from North Carolina, doesn’t target casual internet users. The law specifies that it doesn’t apply to people who use illegal streaming services or “individuals who access pirated streams or unwittingly stream unauthorized copies of copyrighted works.”
Stream the BIGGEST Collection
of the BADDEST Movies!
Brown Sugar is a streaming service where you can watch hit movies and TV shows along with the largest collection of classic black cinema, un-cut and commercial-free, streamed to your phone, tablet, computer or TV.
Getting started is easy:
1. Download the Brown Sugar app.
2. Follow the steps to set up your login information and account.
3. Start your free 7-day trial.
4. Use your login information to watch on all your favorite devices.
After your free trial, enjoy Brown Sugar for just $3.99/month. You will be automatically billed each month through your Roku Account at confirmation of purchase. There’s no commitment – cancel anytime.
What You’ll Get:
From Foxy Brown and The Mack, to Ali and Saints and Sinners, it’s a black explosion of hot chicks, cool cats and cult classics. With Brown Sugar, you can enjoy urban films and TV shows anytime and anywhere.
We’ve tried to put together the best TV streaming value guide and failed. But what if the best value was actually something free? Good news, for a few months now, Sling has offered free news, movies, and shows. Best of all, you don’t need to sign up for an account or provide a credit card. Continue reading →
I’ve been playing with OBS a lot this week on FB, this is a nice addition to it..
Laptops come with a webcam but it’s only very expensive ones that have a good camera. Most will make do with a mediocre device. MacBooks have a better webcam but if you need a good, high quality camera, you will probably have to buy one. The alternative is to use your phone. Phones sell themselves on their camera quality so it’s a good alternative. If you use OBS to record your screen, and need to include the camera feed, consider using your phone for the job. Here’s how you can record your phone’s camera stream in OBS. Continue reading →
LibreELEC 9.0 (Leia) has finally arrived after a long gestation period. Based upon Kodi v18.0, the Final 9.0 release contains many changes and refinements to user experience and a complete overhaul of the underlying OS core to improve stability and extend hardware support. Kodi v18 also brings new features like Kodi Retroplayer and DRM support that (equipped with an appropriate add-on) allows Kodi to unofficially stream content from services like Netflix and Amazon.