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Real Deal 99 - Road Test

by acedtect-20196213851867054973637995818137 / February 27, 2008 6:29 AM PST
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Show Notes
by WildBoarHunter / March 1, 2008 5:38 AM PST
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Harmony 880 with Apple TV
by DBraumeister / March 13, 2008 10:41 AM PDT

Tom,
Several things. Not at first but eventually watching podcasts directly from Apple TV becomes very intuitive if you use the 'add to favorites' feature on 'Take 2'.
Regarding the Harmony 880, I programmed the remote to include AppleTV on Christmas day when I got the remote. It works great. Did you know that you have to use the Menu button rather than the center select button to move up in the menus? It was not intuitive to me on my first try. Also, since I didn't get my remote until 3 months ago do I have firmware that updated the AppleTV functionality?
Regards, Derrick from Fountain Hills, AZ

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Hotel room network sharing
by feenixaz / April 6, 2008 6:29 AM PDT

I think this is the episode a couple weeks ago where Tom said he would have had to pay four times to connect four devices to the network at the hotel in Phoenix (or was it Scottsdale?) Well Tom couldn't you just bring your own wireless router and only pay once? Most routers have MAC emulation so you sign up with your laptop and then emulate your MAC with your router. I have never heard of this being blocked, or even being capable of being blocked.

If it's true that they can block it, can you do a show on that? I just don't see how it's possible. Thanks, love the show like everyone else--

Jordan in Tempe AZ

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