Only 30 percent? That seems crazy to me. 70 percent of Apple TV owners don’t rent any movies or TV shows?
From How Do People Use Apple TV?.
Well, in most countries movies and TV shows aren’t even available in iTunes. We (I) just use the AppleTV to run XBMC, my 2nd favorite open source project.
A rendition of the Quicksort Algorithm with Hungarian folk dance:
And there’s more.
Hat tip: Jorge
April? I can’t wait already.
So we bought this fairly difficult to assemble product the other day, and on the package was a big QR Code. I scanned the code with my phone, and Android detected a link to a YouTube video and offered a few choices for playing it. One of those was “Play on XBMC”, thanks to the XBMC remote app (XBMC is the software that runs on our living room HTPC).
assembly instructions a crappy promotional video started playing on the TV. This is the future? (A proper how to video would have made this story so much better!)
If you’re into either drumming or music recording, check out this great series of drum mics shootout by my brother Kobi. Watch on YouTube for the HD versions
If you’re using Growl and have more than one monitor, here’s how to make the notifications appear on your secondary display:
- System Preferences->Growl
- Display Options
- Screen: 1 (or 2 or 3 etc…) – 0 is for your primary monitor.