Back in 2013 I was staying in a hotel in New Mexico, put a coffee cup next to the tv, started pouring cream, and static electricity pulled the cream into the tv. Cool.
While I’m on the treadmill, an extremely large, muscular guy walks into the fitness center. He looks at the big-screen television, which is currently playing a commercial, and then looks at me. “You watchin’ this?,” he asks forcefully.
As he turned to look at me, the show I was watching came back on. I catch my breath, point at the tv, and say, “The Princess Bride.”
He turns and looks back at the tv for a few moments. “Cool,” he says, and begins to lift some weights.
Steve Jobs’ thoughts on Apple ever selling a tv.
A life lesson from watching old Kung Fu episodes: If Caine had communicated better, such as using sentences of more than 1 to 3 words, he would have avoided many misunderstandings and fights.
I enjoyed the tv series, “The Finder”. I liked most things about the movie, and loved the quotes from the character played by Michael Clark Duncan. RIP MCD.
If you're at all interested in Zen, the tv series Life is very good. This scene has little to do with Zen, other than perhaps a little lovingkindness, but it is funny.
Hello Peter, this is me ... your father ... Walter Bishop. (From the tv series, Fringe.)
Apple Mac Mini tv FAQ: How do I create a Mac Mini tv setup? (Also written as, How do I connect my Apple Mac Mini to my tv?)
As I wrote in an earlier article, I think a Mac Mini makes a better Apple TV than, well, the Apple TV. I was just talking with a friend about a Mac Mini TV setup, and here's what he did to connect his Mac Mini to TV.
This morning I started wondering why off-the-shelf computers (Mac or Windows) don't include the hardware and software necessary to receive local AM and FM radio, as well as local television signals? I don't know the technicals hurdles behind this -- and that might be the problem -- but it seems like in our media-saturated age these would be standard computer features. (Hmm, after a little research it looks like this can be done, it just isn't.)