Apple’s iPhone 7 live blog: Start time, where to watch and what to expect

 Posted by on 2016-09-06 at 11:06  apple, ios, iphone, iphone 7, Reblog, streaming, tech, Video  Comments Off on Apple’s iPhone 7 live blog: Start time, where to watch and what to expect
Sep 062016
 

Apple is primed to take to the stage in San Francisco on Wednesday for its annual keynote address. While WWDC, which takes place earlier in the year, is usually reserved for big software announcements, the Cuppertino tech titan talks hardware in September. The event gets underway at 10 a.m.

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Watch Final Episodes of BSG Online

 Posted by on 2009-01-17 at 16:08  Stuff & Junk, Video  Comments Off on Watch Final Episodes of BSG Online
Jan 172009
 

Well, the final episodes of Battlestar Galactica have begun to air on the SciFi Channel.  If you are like me and do not have cable, or want to re-watch the latest episode (Season 4 Episode 13 that aired 1/16/2009), you can stream it here (at least until hulu takes it down).  Enjoy!

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Watch Battlestar Galactica Online: Season 4, Episode 1

 Posted by on 2008-04-13 at 21:44  Stuff & Junk, Video  Comments Off on Watch Battlestar Galactica Online: Season 4, Episode 1
Apr 132008
 

I searched long and hard for the Season Premier of Battlestar Galactica. If you too have been searching for a place to watch it online, search no longer. I have embedded the video in this post. This episode is titled “He That Believeth in Me”. It is the season premier of the 4th and final season of Battlestar Galactica. Enjoy the episode.

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Jul 052007
 

When it comes to consumable media, be it TV, Radio, Music, Internet, or whatever I want it to be free. In some cases I am willing to view advertisements in exchange for access to this media. Much like traditional TV and Radio, the Internet Media will be ad-supported “free”. What’s even better is the amount of content that will be available. Past seasons of your favorite shows, news broadcasts, and any number of entertainment options will be archived and available on demand. The Internet will become the new broadcast medium of choice in the future. IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) is just starting to take off. Services like Joost, VeohTV, Democracy Player, and other providers are starting to offer the same quality of content you can get with paid basic cable and on-demand services.

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Jun 222007
 

There is a lot of crap in the world of the web right now.  I’ve tested hundreds of web sites in the past few years so I know what works and what doesn’t.  I’m always on the lookout for the next best thing.  The following 50 websites are truly useful.  They include web applications, productivity tools, trusted retailers, fun stuff, and useful resources for information.  In no way is this meant to be a complete listing of all the good websites on the web right now, but at least a cross section of some of the quality websites available right now that I have reviewed.  So give some of these websites a spin.  If you like what you see, help spread the w0rd.  Trust me, I’m a expert.  Please feel free to post your own favorite useful websites in the comments at the bottom of this post and maybe they will be included in the next roundup. 

And now, in no particular order:

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How to access ALL of your digital media from almost any internet device…

 Posted by on 2007-06-10 at 22:21  Internet, Mobile, Technology  Comments Off on How to access ALL of your digital media from almost any internet device…
Jun 102007
 

For the past several months I’ve been using Orb to stream music, video, photos, and live tv to my cell phone, from my media collection at my home. Orb the best mix of web 2.0 and mobile technology I’ve seen so far, a truly "killer app" in the realm of accessing your data from any location on demand. In fact I would go so far as to call Orb a prolific release that isn’t getting its due attention. In this article I’ll explain how Orb works and allows you to access your digital media from anywhere…

(To give you a brief rundown of some of the devices you can stream your media to: Microsoft Xbox360, Nintendo Wii, Smartphones, PDAs, Sony Playstation 3, Laptops, Desktops, etc…) and (To give you a brief rundown of some of the data formats you can access through Orb: RSS feeds, photos, .mp3, xvid, divx, .mp4, .wav, .avi, .mpg, mpeg, live tv, etc…)

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