Sorry for the Pause – I have been living what I preach, working to launch a very cool startup called ARTSTAQ. We are set to disrupt the art world with a bridge to the financial markets – art as an investment. More to come, and now back to you.
I recently heard horrifying things about the business model for Hola. It was basically clear I was stripping myself naked, digitally speaking, for the privilege of faking a presence in the United States.
One article even suggested I had become an accomplice to cybercrime.
Should I say I’m sorry that I’m a desperate expat unable to dis connect from Pandora, Netfix and, yes, the real-time American television of Hulu long enough to shop for a “real” VPN.
Every day Pandora takes me home (Hola says I’m in San Francisco) with advertisements about the places and things I loved or loved to hate. Just today, happily working at Node5 in Prague, I listened fondly to a public service announcement about the closure of the Golden Gate Bridge, an event certain to cause chaos.
Nothing feels better than when I sit down to write, click on Pandora and hear the perfect music to match my mood. My muse just a click and a risky VPN away.
I was sharing a VPN with a friend who decided to swear off television and read a book. I haven’t the emotional will to select, pay for, and then test – most give you a 30-day money back guarantee, another VPN. It has to work with Netflix (easy), HULU (much trickier) and my siblings cable streaming services – this is where the failure rate can get high.
Help me friends. What VPN Should I Use?
or should I believe the saying there is no free lunch and pick from