Sit back, lean forward, get lost
Not long ago, someone in the UK terrestrial broadcasting field told me that TV and the internet are two separate things. One resides in the living room, the other lives in the bedroom or study. Last night, I was only partly watching CNBC on the sofa (I miss Jim Cramer's unintelligible whine), while searching on my wirelessly-connected laptop (true enough, the Linksys lives in the bedroom, but the internet lives wherever I am in the house) for Beverly Hillibillies torrents (it was research - I didn't download any). Clearly I'm not alone in no longer seeing strict boundaries, and apparently NetImperative readers don't see such a bifurcation either.