Netflix came up with a great idea back in the late 90's to make it more convenient to rent and do away with those dreaded late fees once and for all. But where does this once revolutionary company stand now that it has to share the playground with Redbox and since video streaming is the new(er) kid on the block?
Netflix Update: The cost of a Netflix movie subscription is going up, and way up. It's increasing so much that many customers of Netflix are becoming former customers. What will people do to get their movies?