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Today on the Net: More evidence that 3-D films are bad for us, Netflix’s Ted Sarandos claims that Time Warner hates it because it’s going to try to steal Warner Bros. movies away from HBO and Epix is building an app for connected TVs.

Why 3-D Doesn’t Work and Never Will; 3-D films require us to focus at one distance and converge at another, and 600 million years of evolution has never presented this problem before. (Roger Ebert’s Journal)

Netflix: Why Time Warner Slams Us; Time Warner’s very public bashing of Netflix in recent weeks is a result of the media conglomerate’s frustration over having to bid against the Web’s top video-rental service for Warner Bros. content. (CNET)

Epix To Launch TV App; Epix is developing an app that will allow its subscribers to access all of its programming through connected TVs. (paidContent)

TWC, Bright House Subs Can Watch Three More ESPN Nets Online; Customers will be able to watch live simulcasts of ESPN2, ESPNU and college hoops highlight channel ESPN Buzzer Beater on their computers if they have a cable TV subscription package with those channels. (Multichannel News)

Jason Calacanis Makes a Video Push at Mahalo; Pivot, pivot, pivot. (MediaMemo)

thePlatform and Adobe Partner For Secure Flash Video Delivery; Customers of thePlatform’s mpx video management system who use Adobe’s Flash Access software for content protection will be able to use it via an integrated workflow. (VideoNuze)

Icy Winter Storms Heat Up U.S. TV Viewing; Total national television viewing during the storm increased by 8% versus the prior year, about a third higher than the average increase in viewing from the last four major storms. (Nielsen Wire)

Secretive Company Sues The Cable Industry, Claiming It Owns Patents On VOD; Also known as a “patent troll.” (paidContent)

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