- Carolina-Scat Pack – Charlotte, NC at Charlotte Motor Speedway
- HP ProLiant G7 N54L Micro Server
- Boxee CEO Avner Ronen talks about focusing on core competencies for success
- TechCruch chats with Boxee’s Avner Ronen On The State Of Boxee and TV Dongle
- Restoring a Sony Vaio F Series via Windows Home Server V1
Monthly Archives: September 2009
Ok, I have a Brizzly Invite Code URL. Good for the first 10 people to click it and sign up for a beta Brizzly account. You get a 10 code invite URL once you sign up. Once their gone, their … Continue reading
Well, five days after submitting my Clicker beta invite was received today! This is a quickie update on the new Clicker complete guide to Internet Television. Sign up was quick and easy. Interface is much simpler than Hulu or Fancast. … Continue reading
Found a cool little site that provides some good information on port forwarding with your Windows Home Server. These are particularly good if you have a router that does not have UPnP or is not enabled. There are also settings … Continue reading
I told you all about Clicker the other day with a brief run down of functions. Molly over at DemoGirl.com has whipped up a Clicker demo of functions that will help break the anticipation!
A new Internet TV Guide start up called Clicker, is currently in beta testing and has also struck a deal with Boxee to become an integral part of the media center application!
Gary Quigley over at MS Windows Home Server blog has whipped up a nice, detailed review of the: HP MediaSmart Server EX487.
Asus has begun to release the details of their new Home Server called: ASUS Home Server TS Mini.As you can see in the photos, the new Asus Home Server TS Mini is quite small, stealthily black and about the size … Continue reading