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How one man built the awesome Chromecast accessory Google should have made

[Jeff Bower]’s remote was built around a Raspberry Pi model B that he hooked up to a case and buttons using connector wires. The total bill of goods for the remote was a little more than $55, the majority of which went toward buying the Raspberry Pi, which Bower also programmed to interact with Chromecast with the help of the… 20 more words

Streaming Apps & Devices

Happy Thanksgiving from the Prospect Park Turkey Trot!

Nice race, gorgeous medal, and I think this was my best 5 miles yes!


Letter To F,Part Two.

Hey F,

As I stare at the skylight hoping to catch a shooting star,I was thinking of you. I was thinking of the bridge,the hotel lobby,the long walks we used to take in the evenings. 843 more words


AT&T told to stop boasting about how 'fast' its 3Mbps service is

put an absolutely brilliant spin on it and dubbed it “the fastest Internet for the price.” In other words, while the service itself wasn’t at all fast, it might be sort-of fast relatively speaking because you’re just paying $30 a month for it. 70 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Why Comcast is pushing broadband data caps that nobody wants

In case you didn’t know, Comcast this fall started a trial run of capped broadband plans in several markets in the south, including major markets like Atlanta, Nashville and Charleston. 235 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Two Comcast customers nearly go insane fighting thousands in bogus fees

The first story comes to us via Consumerist.com and it involves a Comcast customer in Tennessee who moved to a new address that was just an hour away from his old place and who was told by Comcast that it would be able to deliver service to the new address. 184 more words

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Interracial Relationships

In the beginning of any new relationship, it is fairly easy to get through or pushing past each other’s differences in culture and styles. Getting to know someone with all the excitement in the air allows one to accept anything and everything about the other party. 361 more words