A PEAK INTO NETFLIX QUEUES A Peek Into Netflix Queues is another New York Times production from 2010, showing Netflix rental patterns, neighborhood by neighborhood, in a dozen cities. “An amazing data set, perhaps more interesting than anything released by the U.S. Census Bureau, “ says Stiles. “And I also enjoy the interaction of tabbing through movies in my city and hypothesizing what's driving the rental pattern...
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Netflix began as a DVD rental company, with the promise that customers could send in their rented movies whenever they liked. Since then, it has evolved immensely. Now, Netflix offers hundreds of movies in an online streaming service, going so far as providing the option for customers to not register for the rental plan. Netflix is an example of a company that reinvented itself by embracing the new technologies available to it.
Netflix Is Going to Rule TV After All | For a company that was on the death-watch list just a few years ago, Netflix has engineered one of the most remarkable corporate turnarounds in recent memory. Rising from the depths of a fading DVD-by-mail business, Hastings and company have transcended the movie rental market. Now they’re taking on television, both the industry and the medium itself. And in a way, Netflix has already won there, too.