Our cable operator has switched over to Hathway for the feed and this means that we can now opt for digital cable TV. Hathway has given us a Humax ND-1000C as a set-top box to receive the digital signals on a trial basis.
This gives us about 150 channels, including a few radio channels. The clarity of the video and audio is unlike anything I have seen or heard with the analogue signals. The programme guide is also a very nice feature, though it is a bit inaccurate at times. When you change channels, you see a little banner that tells you the title of the programme that you are watching, its timings, its rating, etc. You can also find out all the programmes of a particular type (movies, soaps, etc.) playing across all the channels. There are a bunch of other not-so-exciting features as well. It is also surprisingly affordable. Altogether it is a rather tempting proposition.
PBF is a comic strip unlike any other I have seen so far. (Warning: Some of the strips might not be safe for viewing in the workplace.) I found most of them rather funny and have to wonder what kind of a mind can even think of such things.