I personally haven't heard of Blockless before, but I've been using for over a year and it's been great. I set it up on the router so any device in the home can get access to American Netflix, Pandora, HULU etc. Also set it up on my phone so that it works on the go. Only issue is that sometimes in peak traffic times it won't load a movie on Netflix, I find if I exit Netflix and try again it will work every time. Hope that helps.
Start on defence, they can't really score if they don't get too many players removed. Keep your screen up and hit the ball when you can. Blockless runners can be 1 died easily.
Guard helps a LOT, make sure they are still standing at half time. Enjoy your 1-0 victory. (or 2-0 if you manage to steal)
I'm a cord-cutter from way back (no cable since 2008). The things I found work best are:
• Get a media streaming device so you can watch your media on your TVs. Seems obvious but sometimes you miss a crucial step. :) I use Apple TVs but Roku and WD make decent devices.
• subscribe to a service like Blockless or Unblock-Us so you can watch Netflix from different regions. You can also subscribe to Hulu Plus (which is a pay service with ads - not to everyone's taste be I like it) using your Canadian credit card - there are a lot of sites that will explain how to do this.
• a chromecast is useful if you like a lot of shows that are on networks not available over-the-air. I like a lot of the shows on hgtv - the video quality sucks but it's watchable.
• finally, I got an internet plan through shaw with 5mbps and 400gb of monthly data. Definitely helps make sure I don't blow my cap.
Enjoy your freedom!
I know, this is an educational language, but let me list some PLD antipatterns:
for( let i = 0 ; i < 50 ; i = i + 1 )
while(...) statement ;
Also, your language has a feature that is not quite an antipattern but still somewhat controversial: inheritance.
UPDATE: didn't immediately notice that your language is dynamically typed. Well, then the first problem is hard to avoid.
I'd recommend just using a smartdns program. Try out they no speed degradation or anything. It simply allows you to change your geolocation so no security. They do allow you to use it on your mobile as well. Including using it over cellular with their SmartVPN service.
Blockless stopped working for me over a week ago. Now it won't even work if I have it set to Canada where I actually live. I've had to change the DNS settings on my Xbox One back to normal or Netflix won't work at all.
I use a service called proXPN for which I'm very happy with and has worked for me flawlessly (barring one recent disasters is software update) for more than 3 years. It's $79/year and works on iOS/Android/Windows mobile devices, too.
I also use Blockless for DNS spoofing. You get access to every region Netflix is in, and it's easy and fast to change from one region to the next. I think it's $45/year, but around Christmas they usually have a half price yearly subscription.
I also have a U.S. iTunes account, a Hulu Plus subscription, and and HBO Now subscription. Look online on how to make payment systems think your credit card is American. I've been using this trick for many years with no complaints from my credit card company or Hulu.
So that adds up to about 10.50/month to access all the content I could ever need, and I've all but stopped torrenting altogether.
There are numerous DNS spoofing services that will emulate a us IP address. I'm in Canada and I use Blockless. The trick is paying for it from Europe.
With a Canadian credit card, you can make it think you're on the U.S. quite easily - not sure it's so simple for a European card.
If you ever travel to the U.S. I believe you can buy a gift card for a year of Hulu subscription, but there has to be a simpler way than that.
I've said this in a few other forums: you can get all the US streaming content.
I use Blockless DNS. It's been working consistently for two years.
You can use your Canadian credit card to pay for US-only subscription services. I've been using this successfully to get Hulu, but it works with HBO Now and everything else too (and it's not really below-board - the credit card companies have actually tweeted about dying this method to pay-at-the-pump when you're travelling in the US. You can google it for more info.
I already use Blockless (VPN and DNS service) to get US Netflix in Canada. They're one of the more popular ones and reputable. Myself and a few of my family members have used them for over a year with no problems.
I just downloaded a portable version of Tor, loaded up a .. sketchy site and clicked on a content (ie. not an ad or bait) link. This resulted in two open tabs with the first cycling through 4 different domains.
I guess you did catch me in a lie: no actual additional windows opened.
>whoever does shit like that will have equally shitty content.
I have a feeling that this has a good chance of turning into a tiring argument, so I'll just say this: oftentimes there is a legitimate need (or desire) to go on a website that treats its users or content, past or present, like shit. During the period of AdBlocklessness I ventured into some truly awful places in terms of ads when I was desperate and StackOverflow was failing me.
Yup. Any free ones will sell your bandwidth, like hola, and usually don't work well during the Olympics. Thats why I said spend a few bucks and mentioned Blockless(chrome extension) has a free trial.
Blodgestep Fend Norse Runners! Blodge POMB Zerkers! With average dice Norse can be really hard to knock down.
For perspective, if I were playing against Blockless werewolves, I'd place throwing Blocks against them above ALL other considerations for at least the first half... and they'd likely get hurt.
Did anyone try this to see if this works. The postal code search was Springfield, IL but he put in Toronto, IL? Also after the 7 days free trial of Blockless, do you still have to subscribe to Blockness for the WWEN to work?
You pay a 3rd party company to provide an American DNS address. You manually (and simply, they provide step by step instructions) enter those DNS addresses to whatever devices you want, and internet sites assume you're in the states. Then Netflix automatically gives you the American content. There's several companies that do it, I use Blockless It's well worth the money
Blockless or Private Internet Access to tunnel traffic for the things you want to hide. A true VPN will remove the threat of getting nasty lawyer letters for torrenting etc, but is probably overkill for Netflix.
I'm at work so I can't check Netflix now, but a simpler solution is to use an addon like Hola Unblocker (which is free -- ) or a (though this costs like 5 bucks a month, but you can stream to your Ipad).
If you do use a vpn, I can confirm that Netflix only checks your IP while you're browsing the site and before the video starts. So, literally seconds after the video begins, you should disconnect from the vpn and stream the movie as normal to get to a better stream quality.
If spotflux doesn't work, another free option is proxpn. Or if you're willing to pay like 7 bucks a month, I used witopia for a year with no complaints.
I've got a blog post with step-by-step instructions on how to setup and use a service called Blockless. It's only a few bucks a month and it lets you switch between numerous Netflix regions for all devices in your house (including PS3...I do that at my house).
Try a smartDNS provider, seems to be a better option than a lot of the more popular/reputable VPNs which Hulu seems to catch and block right away.
After some googling it looks like Blockless might be a good smartDNS provider option that hasn't been blocked by Hulu yet. I haven't tried personally though.Blockless review
Saw that BorderlessInternet was back working again for the last 2 days, but as of today it's down again. The sad part is, I paid for a year of Blockless but it is totally unusable now and writing them is worthless. I asked them to either fix the problem by the end of March or return my money for the remaining months of the year, but they haven't replied.
It's streaming for free in the United Kingdom on BBC iPlayer, so VPN users can switch to the UK to stream the Euros.
Here's a tutorial from VPN provider Blockless on how to do it:
I have a subscription to Blockless which I recommend to everyone. It is 5 bucks a month but it's much more reliable and higher quality as a result. You can pick from a few different locations to appear from including Canada or the US. So I don't bother paying for cable tv any more.
There's a 7 day free trial available now.
I got the warning from Netflix this evening, immediately after I pressed play. I can still access (browse) the US library, but I can't seem to play anything. I'm using Blockless.
My understanding of DNS' is very limited so I'm not sure what to do. I'm just trying to rewatch The X-Files.
I have a question of a slightly different flavour. I've jumped through a few unblocking services over the last couple of months and for now have settled on using the Blockless desktop app. I noticed that when I used their DNS in my router settings, it would mess with Canadian content every now and then. I'd set my region to Canada, but, would be unable to stream CBC the National. So I switched over to the desktop app and use it only when I want to watch US content.
So, will your service allow access to all US content such as NBC, CBS, etc AND will it not mess with Canadian sites when set to Canada?
I'm in Canada. Thanks.
just want to thank you for this comment, now my wife and I can watch The Office! curious, is there a similar service for watching Hulu+? looking around, it seems like Blockless or Unblock-Us might work
Blockless works. Netflix US is reliable. Hulu Plus is intermittent. I assume that Hulu is being far more aggressive than Netflix in enforcement. But the Blockless engineers are pretty good to restore service after a day or two.
Here in Austrailia Express VPN is the only one working for US Netflix. I'm still getting all the UK shows as well. Blockless VPN isn't working anymore and I'm getting the proxy error when I'm hooked up to it.
I think the problem is having to transmit blocks. I suggest dispensing with he notion of mining, and instead moving to a fully decentralised system whereby as soon as a transaction is broadcast and its validated by any other bcore node it is considered mined. This way we don't have to pay miners. We can trust other nodes to validate everything. Fully decentralised, and any discrepancy can be resolved by checking against the blockstream master ledger. That way there is no danger of anyone following the wrong transaction ledger as block stream will have the definitive one for you to verify yours against. Its truly revolutionary. It will be know as Blockless Mining^TM
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> And then there was IOTA. Blockless, people. When are the haters going to work this out.
NFL GamePass as others have said, there's a heap on the during the week too about NFL in general. After I watch the Bears live (got to love sucking sometimes seeing we're always play at 6pm) I watch all the other games on Condensed (40 minutes each, every play) during the week to keep me going until next Sunday. If you get Blockless or another VPN (you should already have a VPN in the UK anyway seeing they've blocked nearly all the good torrent sites) you can get around the rare Bears blackout game by just saying you're in Germany or somewhere
GPUs and ASICs are unable to compete with trillions of small devices. In the end the network with the cheapest transaction costs will grab some of the largest market share. My bet is that it will be DAG or hashgraph-based. Blockless chains are so much better at scaling.
I have talked to real companies (not crypto startups) and one COO told me that they dont even bother with Ethereum right now because of congestion. They will first build on IOTA
This trend is accelerating heavily. People may not want IOTA to succeed but it has a good shot at success
Lubin and Co are good salespeople, they make EEA look more successful than it really is. Got to hand it to them, they are brilliant at their jobs
In my small way I feel I have helped; leaving wallet up as a node, mining the donation pool from the start, even if it was just one gpu + cpu; the pool was pretty buggy to start with, not to mention Blockless. I have seven zcl, which I have mined or bought, and some other shit crypto which is so far in the red i'm just gonna sit on it and pray, So I really need to maximize my last two weeks before the Fork :)
One of supporters from our community gave some other options (, we are waiting for your options as well. Welcome vote your preferred wallet name for us! Thanks!
Looks like I jumped the gun on that comment -- its not just geoblocking; You also must have an American cable log-in (as OP clearly wrote in the post). Blockless is great for getting free online content that has been geoblocked, but obviously doesn't solve this problem. I feel bad.
Nuts. And you signed up from the UK initially? I used Blockless and Nord and they both didn't work (and their site says it works of your account, not your location). Thankfully Sky haven't picked up many Bears games, I think I only had to buy a day pass once. Next year I'll sign up from a non-UK country just to hedge my bets
For the most consistent quality of streaming and service you should try out Blockless (). They offer a 7 day free trial with no requirement of providing a credit card and offer the regions US, Canada, UK, Sweden and Latin America. With the smart DNS service you can also access Hulu and Pandora outside of the US as well as many other sites/services.
For DNS, there's Blockless, Unotelly, which all worked fine for me (I went to each as trial ended.) Netflix and Hulu worked fine on Xbox and PC on all of them. I use Tunlr though now as its free, though Hulu doesn't work for me but I'm canceling that though.
Commonwealth Bank debit MasterCard wouldn't work so I got a prepaid Visa at Entropay.
Apart from that, for zip code I just put in 90210. :)
From what I've read about media hint, it only works within your browser, meaning you have to watch Netflix on your computer. Blockless can be setup in your router so that all your devices can view other Netflix regions. It also lets you switch between regions, which I've found useful since Netflix Brazil actually had a lot of titles that the USA doesn't.
you have to trick it to thinking you are in the U.S.. There are multiple ways to do it, just google it and you will find out. is one of the easiest ways, you just use a DNS in the U.S. and modify the DNS information on your device that you watch netflix on. I am not sure how to do it without having it cost you a little bit of money tho (like $5 a month). Also, if you rent a US server for anyything, you could set something up through that
I used Blockless for the few months that I was in Hong Kong this summer. While I still have Hola on my laptop, the useful part of Blockless is that it also works on your mobile devices, so I had the luxury of curling up on a couch with my iPad too.
I have Blockless, which is alright. I can switch between Canada, US, UK, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Panama, Brazil. Works on any platform, so you can watch on TV with a playstation or xbox!
UnblockUs is very similar and works the exact same way too.
They are now going with the same $4.99 a month model as Unblock us & Blockless. All four worked for me during trials though I've stuck with Unblock as switching regions was super quick whilst on my phone.
Yeah, I had the same thing. The list has changed at least a couple of times since I first got it to work. Now I have "My Channels, News, Channel Store and Settings". I know that Movies and Search are missing for sure.
I also had a bit of a glitch with the Blockless DNS servers last night. All the apps knew that I was in Canada for about 15 minutes. Eventually it fixed itself.
I have a new router (arris) and the set up screen I have is different. I'm not sure exactly what info to put where. Do I randomly make up an IP address or???? Sorry for the dumb question but it was so much easier when all I needed to do was subscribe to blockess. Now with the Chromecast not working for US netflix even though I have an account with Blockless, I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure it out!
I know this is a month old, but I use Blockless, mainly because it's compatible with my Apple TV basically it uses DNS instead of traditional VPN so you can access Hulu, Netflix (in any country to see what you can see in different countries) and Yahoo! Screen.
So yep, getting the country restriction error when I remove the proxy, so I guess that's the issue? Weird that it wouldn't be affecting any of the other apps. Both my DNS options with Blockless have been tested and do not work; just a matter of waiting it out, do you think, or time to find a new provider?
Well SmartDNS services are basically DNS services like the ones Google is providing but in differentiation they also enable 'smart actions' to manipulate a little bit. The 'manipulation' is set by the provider for each site and often even each device. That's why maybe HBO Go is even accesable in the browser with your US proxy set but not on Apple TV.
Blockless has a heavy price tag and I wasn't convinced by the selection they are offering some time ago. I would suggest, talking to the support on Blockless if you want to stay with them or if you are commited to a subscription. Otherwise I can recommend adfreetime for only 2$ a month. UnoTelly offers even more channels than adfreetime for also 5$ a month but I think that you will be fine with adfreetime's selection.
I'm using Blockless as my DNS provider at the moment; haven't had an issue with it so far, but after numerous pieces of really helpful advice from people it seems that might indeed be the issue. I'll let you know how I go with that test! Thank you!
I know this thread might be dead but i am from the Caribbean (Trinidad) and I am using Playstation Now I just had to try connection test Multiple times worst case 4 times. you can try using Blockless I used that first but now i see I'm connecting just fine without it.
Cut the cord in May of 2005. Why? Because cable television service sucked 20 years ago and it sucks even worse now + shockingly terrible programming. Useless.
TV + Integrated amp & speakers + iTach + Minix X8-H + XBMC + NAS w/ Plex Media Server + Roomie Remote + Netflix + .
You betta cawl someboday.
I've never had any issues with speed and because I have never had any problems I can't compare the support. I can however compare the prices. They appear to be the same except for the fact Blockless fees are in US dollars which right now can make it more expensive. Otherwise they appear to be almost identical services.
So I really love Blockless.
They use both VPN and DNS based systems so even if you have something like an AppleTV which does't support VPNs you can still get around content restrictions. Combined with you can watch so many movies, things like Frozen are available in the Netherlands but not elsewhere.
When you turn on Blockless and head to the NFL site on the top right of your page switch your currency to whatever you use. It is shown in Euros in the video. I switch to Canadian $ and it becomes 160 dollars Canadian.
Hey I remade the video here:
When you turn on Blockless and head back to the NFL page make sure you goto the top right of the page and switch it to the currency you are using. It becomes 160 Canadian so you save like 100 bucks
> can take dodge or block, both of which will increase survivability by an order of magnitude more than extra armour.
Wow, that is simply VERY false. It's at best a close call.
Here is a simple use case, to simplify:
Odds of being knocked down (2D) + and armor broken :
Blockless AV8 (yes, presuming the attacker has block and/or will use a bothdown result to hurt you) : 20.8%
Block AV7 : 23.1 %
Yes, +AV is better at surviving (As long as roughly less than 10% of hits are claw hits). Not accounting the fact that block may save you from being knocked down, but you're still standing to get hit again.
Also, you can pick block later, but you won't roll 10 every time.
I had made a full analysis on block versus AV9 for an high elf lineman, but I can't find it right now. AV9 edged out (sligthly). (He eventually got block AND guard and survived 80 game on the LOS, but some coaches will say that's anecdotic.) The boost from AV 7 to 8 is more significant still.
I did see that, I don't really know what I'm looking at though... Why do some block P2P? Blockless apparently has an unencrypted VPN, does that really matter? All I want is to avoid getting another one of those annoying emails from the movie studios!