As I closely watched the trending on social media yesterday during the SuperBowl, there were a ton of people waiting for the halftime show, then planned to change the channel. Either the cross section of people I was listening to loved Bruno Mars and had no desire to watch the game or it was that lame and since the commercials can be found elsewhere now, watching the Superbowl Live seems to have lost some of it's appeal. Last week I posted a guide for Superbowl, today I am posting the Post Superbowl guide!
It looks like it's going to be a balmy 30 degrees in New York for the big game and we are not going to get the storm of the century that threatened to push Superbowl Sunday to Superbowl Monday. Who's idea was it to hold it in New Jersey anyway? Wherever you plan on tuning in, here are some ways to follow it and interact online with other fans.
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Here's a few apps and devices that will add some fun and sanity to your holiday!
Tech the TV
With all the technology available to stream to your TV there's no reason you can't watch National Lampoons Christmas Vacation (Netflix), Frosty the Snowman or Miracle on 34th Street (Hulu+) whenever you please. If you are a member of Redbox Instant, Hulu+ or Netflix, choose from hundreds of great Christmas classic movies as well as tons of Christmas specials or the Christmas episode of your favorite TV show. If you don't have a Playstation, XBOX or Wii you can pick up a device like the Google Chromecast ($35) that will stream videos like below to your TV. (Sorry about the ads-they only take 30 seconds.)