Just got an email from the Tulsa City-County Library (where I volunteer):
“Hoopla is a great new service available to Tulsa City-County Library cardholders that allows you to instantly borrow free digital movies [and some TV], music, eBooks [and eComics], and eAudio 24/7 with your library card.”
Sign up, look over their offerings, check out 3 items per month.
No need to return them when finished, they are automatically returned when the lending period is over.
On the first of each month, you get 3 more borrows.
My first music choice is Leslie West’s “Unusual Suspects” (2011) with guests Joe Bonamassa, Billy Gibbons, Slash, and more (one week lend).
First comic/graphic novel: VARGR (3 week lend).
You can watch, listen, or read on your mobile device or browser.
You can download music to your device for offline listening, but the app then always plays music on your device, even if you try to Chromecast it. So to put the music onto your TV/sound system, you would need to ‘cast it from a Chrome browser on your PC. Or plug your device into your sound system. But the best way appears to be to not download at all so you are able to Chromecast from the app.
Take advantage of all your tax-paid resources to improve your cord-cutting experience.