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You Tube on the tv, very much the cool thing. Not a bad tv to watch it on either :)
30th Aug 2007, 00:15   | tags:,,

Dhamaka says:


30th Aug 2007, 00:38

JokerXL says:

Great gadget!

30th Aug 2007, 08:28

Euphro says:

Excellent idea!

30th Aug 2007, 08:29

seaneeboy says:

Nice set up :)

Not so keen on their pricing again though - £1.89 for an episode? Waaay too much.

30th Aug 2007, 11:18

crickson says:

Will I be able to download an episode of whatever on iTunes the day after it aired so I can see it if I missed it on TV?

30th Aug 2007, 11:32

seaneeboy says:

Not always. Depends on the series.

If it's a Channel 4 show 4OD is much better IMO.

30th Aug 2007, 14:21

seaneeboy says:

Ah, well, there are always ways and means of aquiring your content through less legitimate methods.

My computer now plugs into my telly so that suits me :)

30th Aug 2007, 14:38

crickson says:

We can't get 4OD to work on Spiderbaby's Vaio, and P2P's just a faf... Grrr.

30th Aug 2007, 14:56

taniwha says:

oh nifty. Is scheduled tv going to be a thing of the past

31st Aug 2007, 08:20

540air says:

Not entirely sure how this thing worked, due to having had a few beers and it being quite late when I was shown it, but I think the Apple adaptor came from the US and was wired into the tv with an almost instant download of videos on youtube. There was a ton of other stuff it did too, but I can't remember for the life of me.

31st Aug 2007, 10:56

mauwb(james-dot-burns-at-mac-dot-com) says:

You should check out Joost for free IP TV. I have a link on my site at

5th Sep 2007, 19:20

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