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Add TV & Movies to Kodi Library

Posted June 15, 2015 By thegcgeek

New guide on adding streaming TV Shows and Movies

I have added a new page (with video) to the Support section of my site which explains how to add streamed TV shows and Movies to your Kodi Library.

Check it out here.

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Just added a new blog post on my personal blog re: I’m dumping Google Chrome and trying out Vivaldi browser.

TL;DR – Chrome has become a resource hog of late and, when more than a few tabs are open, is a drag on my productivity. I remember the “good old days” when it was a speed demon compared to its competitors.

Why I am dumping Google Chrome and trying out Vivaldi

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Mini Media Center

Posted April 28, 2015 By geek
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Featuring the new – and more powerful – Raspberry Pi 2 – FREE SHIPPING!

You can now purchase a complete Media Center for only $89.95 that is as powerful as an Apple TV or Roku 3. And it offers more choices for you to watch what you want, when you want to watch it.

And the best part? It’s just a shade bigger than a couple of iPhones stacked on top of each other, yet it delivers true 1080p resolution.

Visit our Products page to discover our Media Center as well as accessories or Order Now! HERE

         

While the information and recommendations are excellent, I believe that these tips are apropos to small business as well, especially if they are starting a new web site (or re-imagining their current site).

“What to write about on your startup’s blog

Kostas Papageorgiou is Paymill’s resident blogger and a professional blogger and content creator who helps startups grow their online presence through content marketing. This post …
         

My experiences with OpenELEC on the RaspberryPi

Posted September 11, 2013 By geek

Have a new post up on my personal site about my experiences with #OpenELEC on the #RaspberryPi.

TL;DR – For streamed movies and TV shows, it’s the cat’s meow. Not so much, though, for live sports.

If you have a fair amount of local video, music, etc., then it is super as well. A further post will go into local sources for media and setting up the transmission bittorrent client on OpenELEC

http://thegulfcoastgeek.net/my-openelec-media-center/

How I got to a complete mini media center After I first heard about the Raspberry Pi project, I was pretty intrigued. I talked with my

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