I really feel like every time I get on the internet I read something about Hulu. It seems that the latest news is either about how a great new service lets you use everything on the internet but Hulu or how some hacker has just found a way to let you use Hulu on one of those great new services. It seems that Hulu is not only revolutionizing television, but seems to be revolutionizing high speed broadband as well. I live in a rural area where high speed internet is not exactly a common commodity. As a matter of fact several of the people that live in my area have been thinking about getting WildBlue Satellite Internet because they only have access to dial up. For those of us lucky enough to have high speed access Hulu is very useful, but is it really worth all the fuss it has been getting lately? To be honest, I don’t really understand the strategy that Hulu has taken by trying to exclude its basic service from all secondary internet devices. By secondary internet device I mean any device that can connect to the internet that is not a fully fledged laptop or desktop. It seems that Hulu is doing its best to make everyone that owns a secondary internet device purchase a Hulu Plus account, which basically allows you to view their videos without any ads. It is a monthly subscription of about $10, and the truth is that a lot of people just are not willing to take on another monthly bill. It seems to me that Hulu is losing a lot of money on those people. I mean correct me if I am wrong, but they do make money off of advertisements, right? Why not focus on getting people to watch more videos, which is exactly what they would be doing if they could access Hulu’s service on their iPhone, iPad, ect.