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Super-Bat-Man

I would think they would go with the xbox 360 to test the waters. They are in millions of homes. Their users are internet savvy, plus it's just a matter or implementing the software. I mean you can already rent movies through their marketplace. Adding the netflix name and library would only help microsoft. And I'm sure there are a ton of 360 owners that would subscribe to netflix after they see what is available.

I wonder if Sony would allow their movies to be rented through the 360 though.

CJ

Boy, I'd run out and buy an X-Box 360 in a heartbeat if I could attach it to my Hi Def TV for using the NF Watch Now feature ... And I have no interest in gaming.

DoDahMn

Reed H joined the Microsoft Board of Directors 3/07. Gee, do you think a Gates/Hastings deal is in the works?
You might want to start looking for deals on that XBox CJ!

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Dow Jones & Company, publisher of the Journal, was founded in 1882 by reporters Charles Dow, Edward Jones and Charles Bergstresser. Jones converted the small Customers' Afternoon Letter into the Wall Street Journal, first published in 1889,[6] and began delivery of the Dow Jones News Service via telegraph. The Journal featured the Jones 'Average', the first of several indexes of stock and bond prices on the New York Stock Exchange.

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