From the PlanetXbox360.com feature article:
"Having first revolutionized the way people rent movies, (to 'Netflix' something is becoming as much a verb as to 'Google' it) the company is now aiming to change the way we watch, well frankly everything. The ultimate goal of Netflix is to have the entirety of video broadcast media viewable online at any time. Yes, that goal is a long ways off and it seems that at least two thirds of Netflix's instant viewing library is devoted to bad horror movies and straight-to-video releases. There's still hours and hours of things worth seeing from funny independent films to a growing number of TV shows who are making their newest episodes available for streaming soon after they air. My only home computer is good enough for email and updating my ipod, but it doesn't have the chops to stream video, so I'm left with two options, one of which may seem heinous. Yes, I admit it PlanetXbox360 readers, I own a PS3. Primarily it was because at the time I picked up a high-def TV Blu-ray had just won the format war and it was the best player for the money on the market."