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I found Plex was a good solution for streaming a video from my laptop to my TV. It removes the need for an HDMI cord and the quality was great with no buffering. I have not gotten to streaming my music or … Continue reading
Having two computers at your desk does not mean two keyboards and two mouses. The software called Synergy hosted over on their webite can help you share your keyboard, mouse, and even clipboard across multiple computers. That is right, multiple, not … Continue reading
Excel is a great tool that I thought was poor for distributed work because of the locking of the file inconvenience. When many people wanted to access a document right after they receive notification to update the document in their … Continue reading
I learned that Wi-Fi range extenders, repeaters, and amplifiers are all different and use different technologies. From first hand experience, using any of these that take an existing weak wireless signal and send them out again will result in poor performance. … Continue reading
Update! (11/30/2014) Running Netflix in Linux is much easier. More or less, if you have Google Chrome 37 or more, it should run out of the box. Chromium did not work for me but pure breed Chrome did. This just … Continue reading
Having taken a graduate course in Agile Methods, The Agile Samurai book ended up being a great refresher for me. Written by Jonathan Rasmusson, an expert in his field and a friend of multiple authors of the Agile Manifesto, Jon does … Continue reading
I bought a Raspberry Pi Model B (http://www.raspberrypi.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/RaspiModelB.png) so I could have fun playing with it. My main play item was OwnCloud (http://owncloud.org/) because I wanted to have an online backup of my files under my control. Uploading files to … Continue reading