For those who want to stay indoors in the cold, CBS' Daniel Sieberg offered free publicity to Joost (that's "juiced"), the software the turns computer screens into a digital-cable-style TV browser. Joost is created by the engineers who invented Kazaa music swapping software and the cheap Skype online telephone service. Sieberg says that "unlike cable or satellite this TV signal is coming through the Internet for free" (except that you have to buy broadband cable). The other problem is that, as yet, most of Joost's content is music videos and nature documentaries: "Your favorite programs probably are not on the system yet."
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