MST3K on Pluto TV (Channel 428)


MST3K on Pluto TV (Channel 428)

Just in case you missed it:

Shout! Factory TV Brings Cult Favorite Mystery Science Theater 3000 to Pluto TV
Streaming Episodes of the Cult Classic Series Will be Available 24/7

LOS ANGELES, CA – July 2015 Pluto TV, Pluto TV, the free and fast-growing Internet TV service, is launching a Mystery Science Theater 3000 24/7 channel by Shout! Factory TV. The channel will showcase continuously streaming, full length back-to-back episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 featuring Joel, Mike and their robot sidekicks on board the Satellite of Love as they watch cheesiest movies ever made.

MST3K premieres on Channel 428 on July 14, 2015 and will feature episodes such as: Hercules Against the Moon Men, Horrors of Spider Island, The Castle of FuManchu, Teenagers from Outer Space, The Wild Wild World of Batwoman, and I Accuse My Parents

Pluto TV CEO Tom Ryan: “Mystery Science Theater 3000 ran for 11 years and has an extremely loyal fan base. Pluto TV is all about giving viewers what they want, and fans have been asking for MST3K for a while, so we’re happy to make these classic episodes available to them. I’m certain many younger viewers who have never watched an episode of MST3K will also have a blast discovering the show, along with die-hard fans who know every episode”.

“We’re pleased to present MST3K on Pluto TV” says Gene Pao, VP of Digital Media at Shout! Factory. “As the premiere digital streaming brand for cult and classic TV and film, Shout! Factory TV’s goal is to make its programming available across a wide range of platforms. Pluto TV gives us a unique and compelling way to reach existing, as well as new fans and expand the MST3K franchise.”

Shout! Factory TV launched this past February and offers timeless favorites including Home Movies, Father Knows Best, Werner Herzog films, and award-winning films such as A Room With A View, The Trip to Bountiful, Stagecoach, and Hoop Dreams.
About Pluto
Pluto TV is an Internet TV platform that combines digital and traditional content into a familiar television experience. From your favorite TV shows and movies to viral clips, news and music videos, Pluto TV has over 100 free HD TV channels for your entertainment.

Founded in 2013, the Los Angeles-based company combines sophisticated technology with a team of entertainment enthusiasts who curate channels for every interest. The ever-expanding universe of content includes familiar favorites like news, music, sports, and comedy; partnerships with some of the best content creators and real-time agile channels capturing the social chatter.

Pluto TV is backed by U.S. Venture Partners (USVP), United Talent Agency, Sky (formerly BSkyB), Chicago Ventures, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Luminari Capital, Terry Semel’s Windsor Media, Pritzker Group, and prominent angel investors.

Pluto TV is available in the living room on connected TVs through Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Android TV devices, Chromecast, Apple Airplay, and now Samsung Smart TVs. Pluto TV is also available on mobile phones and tablets through iOS, Android and Amazon, as well as on the web at www.Pluto.TV.

Entertaining the planet. Pluto TV.



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Top 7 Worst Website Names Revealed

What were they thinking?
What were they thinking?


In my endless search of all things odd on the internet.  I extracted this from a prior post titled “Top 7 Worst Websites”.  I’m not sure how old that post is, but I’d like to gather some more to share that are current, and to entertain myself with the “What were they thinking?”.  Look at the list and read it (in the worst case scenario).  Example: 1. Whore Presents, 2. Expert Sex Change.  You get the idea..

Well, I did find some more: – children’s laughter, now redirects to a hyphenated version of the url. <up for sale now> – a pottery teaching company in Korea.  Works. – the website about the newborn diary of Analisa Joy.  Works. – an old Australian ISP Web One. <Times out>


The Royal Tit-Watching (Ornithological) Society Of Britain used the domain:


A holiday rentals company in Spain is called Choose Spain. Hopefully the vacation won’t be a painful experience:


A company selling CAD software and Learning CDs was called ViaGrafix – quite innocent until a blue pill hit the market. The company is now called Learn2.


The small town Winters’ local newspaper is called Winters Express and can be read online at:


If you’re known as Big Al, why not call your online fish supplies store for Big Al’s Online?

and finally, wait for it…


Even if you’re company is called Cumbria Storage Systems don’t even think about calling your website:

Alexa says I’m 10,431,271 globally

Look at me, I'm pop, pop, popular!
Look at me, I’m pop, pop, popular!

I never created this Daybook way back when with the idea that I would be the next internet sensation, or the place to check out in your web browsing every day because it was just the place to go for information/fun/etc.  Edziu’s Daybook is just a collection of random thoughts and ideas, interesting (to me) technology snips and an inner snapshot of feelings/emotions that is my life.  Basically, I write it because it interests, me.  So, I can go back to it any time, read/reflect and dig up any little snippet and give it an evaluation to time or place.  With that said, Alexa says I’m 10,431,271 globally.

So, enter Alexa.  Alexa is the global ranking behemoth that is in most basic terms is where you rank in the world on the internet.  Alexa says I’m 10 million, 431 thousand, 200 and seventy-one ranked globally.  Alright, okay and like I said, it’s just an average journal web-site (I hate the term Blog, sounds like a bowel movement log to me)that serves no purpose in the vastness of the internet with millions of other sites that serve a lot of good information to those on the other end of the scale that serve little valuation in the international database of all things human.  I can dream and wonder how my life would be different if my Daybook was ranked say 10,000 or 5,000 or even top 100.  I’d say to myself, what boring lives you have if you continue to follow mine.