Yes, you can! You just need to be mindful to stop and pause your TV viewing for a few moments when you are doing something else.
Netflix has no official policy on when to “pause” your TV viewing. That’s why I suggest you do a quick “pause” in the middle of a show or a movie and then start the next segment a few moments later.
It makes sense that Netflix would want to give you the ability to pause your TV viewing because you’d be less likely to forget how you were watching the show or movie. But the pause/restart part is just confusing and annoying. I think Netflix is going to do a better job on this.
You are now watching a film on Netflix. What’s the point of not watching it then if you can watch it again? It sounds like the person making the policy (Netflix) is not the same person who wrote the policy (Netflix).
It is really a little weird that a movie you’ve been watching a lot is suddenly not quite as enjoyable as it used to be.
It’s not just Netflix, either. The same goes for many streaming services. I remember how much fun it was to watch TV when I was in the early 90s. I remember when I was a teenager and I would go to the library and watch on the internet the new shows and movies that I’d seen in the theaters that summer. Now, though, I can’t remember why I ever bothered to buy a DVD.
The fact is, the internet is a very big part of life these days. People have a variety of options to access their media, and so if one of those options is the internet, then who’s to say what’s going to happen when you get on that internet? If you are a person who enjoys sitting in front of a computer screen all day, perhaps you might look at something like the webcams that you can buy today.
The fact is that there are tons of different types of webcams out there, and they are all very low quality. Even the best of them, like the ones you can buy for around $40 each, will have a lot of pixels missing. The best of these will have a 50-60% signal-to-noise ratio.
I’m not sure about the quality of the best of these, but I can say that there are tons of great low-quality webcams out there, and they are all low-quality. In fact, none of the webcams I tried on my PlayStation 4 actually worked. Not because they weren’t good quality (they were actually quite good), but because they weren’t made by Sony, or Sony’s partners, or Sony itself.
I think that is an interesting point. In the past it was common practice for webcams to have a signal-to-noise ratio of 60. But lately, Sony seems to be pushing the envelope a bit. It’s no longer common practice for webcams to have a signal-to-noise ratio of 60. Maybe Sony is trying to bring back the 30-60 ratio.