While at the turn of the century, the number of households with multiple televisions was increasing, in recent years that number has decline, and there has been a slight uptick of households with no televisions.
Data Source: US Energy Information Agency Article, Average number of televisions in U.S. homes declining. https://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php?id=30132#&src=‹ Consumption Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS)-b1
One of the things I don't like my laptop is it didn't come with an SSD drive, but instead has a slow 5200 RPM Hard Drive. I'm going to add an 512 GB SSD drive come late April, which will make it boot and run Linux much quicker. I'm waiting for April, so I can install Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty when I get the new drive.
Don’t fear the iframe.
I had gotten away in iframes in years past, but I’ve started to use them more on the blog, because they really are the best way to include maps, charts, and other content without having to override stylesheets. They also encourage caching and make coding much easier. Embeded iframes are totally hidden on modern browsers, and widely used on other social media platforms, including Youtube embeds.
I don't know how necessary the internet at home really is nowadays with free wi-fi in so many locations, plus smartphones. I've gotten in the habit of turning off my smartphone at night, because I get tired of hearing alerts for the latest sale at Gander Mountain or Cabela's. Internet is just expensive, and just another bill to pay.