In a seemingly innocuous post on the company blog, Jamie Odell, director of product management at Netflix dropped a bombshell on users that is echoing across the Internet (and on Netflix' own website). The announcement was that Netflix was dropping DVD-queue management functionality on everything but its own website. While it may not seem like a big deal, Netflix recently raised prices to compensate for higher fees on content delivery. This raised pricing for those renting DVDs and Blu-ray discs by mail. At the same time they announced a lower cost streaming-only plan. Together, these moves seem to point to a streaming-only model for the rental company. The trouble is, most of their DVD-based content isn't available for streaming, and eliminating convenience features doesn't seem like a truly helpful way to encourage greater levels of adoption. Discuss "Netflix Drops DVD Queue Editing in Apps & Devices" here. Read the article.