It’s Friday, June 12, 2009. A date that will live in infamy as “The Day Analogue Television Died.”
Of course, you won’t notice if you have cable, satellite, or any service pumping programs into your box, even if it’s an old television. You will notice, however, if you’re counting on that old set of rabbit ears or crusty antenna on the roof and haven’t bought a government-subsidized digital convertor box.
Ah, glorious sub-900MHz band! We hardly knew you!
Now go, and bring us fast, cheap Wi-Fi that all North Americans may Twitter!