Author: Christian Johnson

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Streaming HDTV with “SubWave”: An HDHomeRun Plugin for Subsonic

Thanks to a request from a listener on the Home Gadget Geeks Podcast, I have written a plug-in package for Subsonic that makes it easy to stream live television over the web for those using the SiliconDust HDHomeRun Prime SubWave 1.0 for Subsonic/Madsonic Mediaserver Author: Christian Johnson Release Date 8/17/2014 Download Link: Click to Download   Note: An updated download link with the Madsonic modification will be posted soon. Installation Instructions Prerequisites  Before beginning plugin installation, ensure your HDHomeRun is already properly setup and configured on your network. Make sure you also know what IP address the device is using on your

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Lulz Security: A Digital Flash Mob of the 21st Century

Lulz Security hacking group has taught a lot of different divisions of the computing industry several important lessons. Even though the first group has officially disbanded and is being pursued by the CIA, there is still much left for the average guy to try and investigate for himself. Lulz Security is responsible for several notorious… Continue reading

Watching March Madness, Super Routers, pfsense, Home Automation and iPads in Trucks – HT017

March 17th, 2011 - St. Patrick's Day Special – With the week almost gone, the Home Tech Podcast loaded up in preparation for a long weekend of green parties and college basketball!  Along with regulars Christian Johnson and Andrew Morris, we were joined by Special Guests Mike Howard and Bill Paulman. New Show Notes format… Continue reading

TAG Deal of the Week — AMD Low Power Quadcore Returns to the Market

It’s quite a refresher to see the AMD Phenom II 910e return to the market after being out of stock for several months. Running as a low power, low cost, and high performance CPU, it is a great bargin for AMD fanboys and makes for a great HTPC. on your home network. Furthermore, Newegg has the best deal on the CPU, running at $180 thrown in with a free six month subscription to AVG Antivirus.  Click here for details.    

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