God damnit, you guys have been making some awesome videos lately! Big up!
The long podcasts are back!
Brilliant stuff, guys! Can't wait to see more :)
That is pretty cheesy and cool as fuck at the same time :)
Pretty cool - but I've decided to try and build me one of those egg timer time lapse devices that you guys posted a video of a couple of years ago
A couple of weeks ago we bought a new Mac Mini for our office and were planning on using it as a server that people from all around the world could connect to via FTP clients and then upload their files to us. I quickly found out that Apple had removed their FTP function in the "Sharing" menu. So I activated it via the Terminal and thought that would do the trick, but for some reason I can only connect to the server when I'm on our local network. As soon as I leave the office and try and connect to it from home it won't let me.
Can you guys help me out here? I'm sure there's someone out there who is extremely knowledgeable about this :)
I've been looking at the MacOSX Server software, but I honestly can't figure out if that's gonna help me?
I've been trying to get this to work for nearly 5 hours, and my patience is running out.
At work we have a new Mac Mini which runs Mountain Lion and I want to set it up so photographers can upload their images to it using an FTP client. As far as I know, Apple has disabled the FTP function from the previous versions of OSX which means I have to use SFTP instead. Fine. I've already been fumbling around with the Remote Login and Remote Management stuff in the Sharing menu and I thought everything was fine until I found out that I could only login when I was on our local network. As soon as I try to get someone else, whose on a different network, to login they tell me that there's a connection timeout.
I've been searching all day for a simple guide that'll show me exactly what to click, what to type in and so on, but most of them just tell that you need to enable the FTP function in the Terminal and then you're good to go - which hasn't been true in my case.
Can you guys tell me exactly what to do step by step? Pretty please!
Now that is pretty cool. I don't know if I would actually want to use it, but the idea is neat. I don't see much need for the wide angle view though, but the wobble effect on your surroundings when shooting or being shot could become a pretty effective novelty
Great video! I'm glad Jamie is so prone to just talking about stuff without direction. He's obviously very passionate and imaginative, and I hope we see more videos like this with him in the future.
Exactly. Well put!
Great, detailed, and thorough review! I would definitely be interested in buying a Roku3, if it wasn't because I lived in an Apple ecosystem.
@JoeyF Is your pup missing an eye?
Very nice article. I've been looking into buying a new TV lately, so reading this was very useful
@norman: Ah, gotcha! I thought it was some sort of easter egg :)
Great episode! :)
Btw. what's on that photo in the golden frame?
Props for using part of the Mulholland Drive soundtrack at the beginning.
What is that clicking noise? Is someone fiddling around with a pencil or something?
Hehe, that was very nice.
Holy shit, that AT-ST is amazing!
I really like the idea, but maybe I'm missing something... you can get video game characters 3D-printed, right? Doesn't that break some kind of copyright law?