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I GOT HBO(But No Television).

17 Apr

I’ve Got HBO!
But I don’t own a Big Screen Television. Thirty Years Ago, if I didn’t own a Colour TV, for me to brag that I have HBO, would be a Ticket to “The Funny FARM.”

But, now Smartphones are our communications centres. And they can do what a big box computer can do. I neither need a Television nor Radio, but I do have The Web.

Hence, I can watch “Seinfeld” on Hulu or “Sesame Street” on HBO, without Cable or Satellite, ditto Major League Baseball.

Yadda, Yadda!


“The STAGS”(Live & Replay On You Tube With Simulcast)

21 Dec

A Three Part Special to be broadcast on The Web, initially Live Streaming on You Tube, within the Next Two Weeks.

It chronicles both St. Agnes Elementary & St. Agnes Boys Catholic High School at 156 East 44th Street, with visits to the Site of Immaculata High School at 317 East 33rd Street & 555 West End Avenue at West 87th Street, with both Immaculata High School’s Site & 555 West End Avenue, the Last Stop.

Live Streaming on You Tube will be Simulcast over Facebook, Google+ & tumblr. It will be linked to Twitter. Replay will be carried on Facebook, tumblr & Google+.

It’s The Stags own story & the New Media is a Great Place for the Story.


Kyrie Elaison

“STAGS Gone”Is Being Watched

2 May

Bambuser, a very interesting live video streaming broadcast network, was used in place of Veetle, when Veetle failed to connect to the web. While not spectacular, those Alumni who went to St. Agnes Boys High School, in the East 44th Street, East 33rd Street and West 87th Street Iterations of The High School, are now watching Bambuser via Facebook on the St. Agnes Boys High School page.

Viewership is growing nicely. I wonder just how well the coverage would be watched on

But, in this case, smaller is better. Another Video on Vimeo is in HD 720p. It entails the neighborhood around East 44 & East 43 Street and 3rd Avenue, in Midtown Manhattan. This is the area where the great majority of St Agnes Alumni went to the School.

Currently, The Parish Church of St. Agnes, is Home to a Burgeoning, Youthful, Tridentine Latin Mass Crowd. The Parish is 141 Years of Age & rocks to the hauntingly Beautiful Beat of Gregorian Chant.


Bambuser | Video “STAGS Gone-An Essay”

28 Apr

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