Finally. TiVo.

It took four days and two trips to my house by Comcast staff, as well as six phone calls to Comcast across two days, but I now have a TiVo HD working with the Comcast network.

Folks, this is absolutely positively ridiculous. It should not be this hard to get a cable-ready device working. The reason for the 1996 Telecommunications Act was to make this possible and doable, not to make it obfuscated, arcane and foreign. But, I guess that’s how Comcast is.

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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