A Mac home theatre case-study
December 04, 2006
In today's Chicago Tribune, Dan Lewis, a Mac user from Aurora, Illinois (home of Wayne's World, by the way) talks about his Mac-based home theatre setup in the article Computers serve films on demand. He's using an iMac as a media server and a Mac mini aside his TV to provide instant access to 100 DVDs, 12,000 songs, and over 4,000 photos. The article touches on Front Row, Bonjour, and other familiar pieces. It's a neat example of living the "digital lifestyle" and points out how inexpensive it can be to put together a rather sophisticated solution, provided that you use a Mac.
I wanna do that, I wanna do that. That's very cool.
Posted by: Smittie | December 05, 2006 at 05:08 PM