As much as I don't want to be annoyed by the hum of the Blu-ray player, I'm annoyed by the hum of the Blu-ray player. I'll move it into my bedroom. I won't have to step over the cables; they'll just curve around the door frame.
One nice thing about the Blu-ray player is that it uses the proper frame rate automatically.
The Nvidia Shield TV will work at any frame rate, but it has to be set to the one you want.
One thing that bothered me about having my entertainment come solely from my desktop computer is that if anything happened to it, I had no other options.
When I switched to Linux, I tried to diversify. So I bought a stand alone Blu-ray player. It was really loud, so I also got an infra-red repeater and long cables so it could live in the other room. I exchanged it for a much quieter player which is still in the other room. By moving it to right near TV, I save 3 cables: HDMI, SPDIF, and IR.
"Scoop: AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint all selling customers' real-time location; ultimately ends up in the hands of bounty hunters. I know, because I paid someone $300 on the black market to track us. Located to a specific part of New York. No hacking required
I studied the lyrics to a song I like and they're very cool. It's full of strange and interesting imagery. Syllables or entire strings of words are repeated to make everything fit. Maybe I'll try something like that - just write a poem and then make whatever modifications are needed to fit the tune.
@brunoph 😮 new profile picture 😊
There is no app more desperate for your eyeballs than #instagram. I would not be surprised to get a notification that said, "It's been 3 minutes since you last looked at your feed! Please, please come back to us or we'll start hurting ourselves! 😪"