Sure, we have to do a bit better at getting all of our content into the system. But the best way to do that is to make available to people what it is they want, not to make it easier for them to find something they want.
The biggest problems we’re having with streaming on television are people have been used to it, they have a taste for it. I don’t know who has been using it before. I think maybe there is this appetite for something new and different that they really need to have.
I think we’re trying to do with our movie streaming service a very good job of creating that opportunity for people to go out and find their movies. Because the last thing we want is people to find movies they love and then they decide it doesn’t interest them and they don’t want to continue to rent them.
But what we are learning as we grow as a company, which is that we are a bit more dependent on our own product than we think we would be. I’m saying that as a manager in the company, I hope we can always get back to the very core product of being able to find and enjoy content, and I think our model of trying to bring more customers into our ecosystem means we need to start with something a little different.
On Monday we learned that the government wanted to build a big, high-tech wall in one of the busiest areas of the international border to keep unwanted people out of the country.
The wall will be built along the U.S.-Mexico border and stretch for more than 2,000 miles. (Published Monday, Sept. 18, 2017)
“The idea is to protect our citizens from unauthorized immigration in the United States, including immigration from Mexico,” said Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly on Fox News.
The project was initially announced last month after President Trump signed an executive order that sought to block immigrants entering the country who were brought into the U.S. as children to evade our laws, and who do not have valid visas.
But what could actually go up inside the wall remain a mystery. According to the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. government is “unclear on the nature” of any technology the wall will use.
The wall was originally projected to cost $21.5 billion but is now estimated to be around $18 billion and counting, so the final construction cost isn’t likely to be known until well into the next Administration.
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