The Internet has reached a certain level of harmony with the universe (toh) now that I can post an entire Shô Kosugi classic on my blog and not feel a premonition of danger (kai). Sure, I could have posted better known movies that I enjoy like 28 Days Later, Meet Joe Black, Point Break, Requiem for a Dream, The Usual Suspects, and Monty Python’s Meaning of Life. But Kosugi has shown more strength (rin) than any other actor ever put on film.
Finally these networks and studios have realized that to control (zai) this tide of Internet viewers in their immediate favor, they should provide that same content directing the energy (kyo) toward themselves. It’s not a matter of mastering time and space (retsu) but of understanding what the viewers think (jin) and want.
Hulu can heal (sha) the differences between the studios and pirates. Hulu is enlightenment (zen).