Can the WD TV be networkable with firmware upgrade?

The WD TV can be placed on a network via an unofficial firmware upgrade available from B-RAD. The souped-up firmware apparently allows one to plug USB ethernet sticks (I've had one of those lying around in my desk drawer for years) into the WD TV and mounts its connected drive(s) onto the network -- among … Continue reading Can the WD TV be networkable with firmware upgrade?

How to get T-Mobile Total Internet at 42% off

It's easy: sign up before 11/1/2008. Why? Because the price will apparently go up to $35/month on or around that date, according to T-Mobile Customer Service. ➡ Updated 10/27/08: Please see this comment below for an up-to-date clarification of the planned price increases. It's not as bad as I originally thought, but a price increase … Continue reading How to get T-Mobile Total Internet at 42% off

ISPs to become IT providers for home users?

Bruce Schneier makes a solid point in his recent post entitled "Home Users: A Public Health Problem?", where he states that computers and computer security are much too complicated for the regular home user. That's most certainly true. No matter how much you "educate" the average user, they're still going to mess up. Even if … Continue reading ISPs to become IT providers for home users?