Have you seen Hulu? If you haven’t yet, you will. The first time I saw it was when it was in beta stage and I couldn’t believe my eyes. Not because of the content, but because of the crystal clear picture.Â Before Hulu, I was accustomed to watching badly produced YouTube videos on a tiny screen. Enter Hulu, with eye-popping resolution, a wide format and a growing library of movies and TV shows. In fact, according to eMarketer, Hulu is picking up speed and recently ranked in the top three for most watched videos among US internet users. OK, but just to keep it all in perspective, they were a distant third with Google videos being watched by whopping 5.9 billion viewers versus Hulu’s 437 million. And when you check out the content available on Hulu, you can see why their numbers are growing. My favorite thing to do seconds after watching a funny SNL digital short is to crack open my Mactop, hop on over to Hulu and watch that motherlover until my eyes secrete tears of joy. Again, content is king; it’s the draw.Â When you have great content and your production is pro, you can expect to attract more and more eyeballs. While YouTube is great for watching people being stupid, Hulu takes it to another level by giving you a better entertainment experience with slicker content and much higher production values. If you haven’t seen Hulu yet, may I suggest you venture out from under your rock and see what Hulu (www.hulu.com) has to offer.