Wired magazine reports that “Netflix users end up watching fewer DVD’s than they might have expected. Why? One reason is that Netflix forces us to choose based on what we thought we wanted to see in the future—and we’re bad at predicting our preferences. Aka movies we wanted to watch in theory.” Well that definitely explains why I’m constantly opening up my Netflix mail, and am like “dang it, when the heck did I put this on my queue, and how did it get to the top!? I don’t want to watch. Then I watch it sit on my coffee table for 2 weeks. Long story short, Wired is correct.