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Ideas for supporting the site needed

By Kode | | Latest News, Website

On the 24th March we asked for help paying for the server, and lots of you generously donated enough to pay for the server for 3 months, that money ran out after the May 27th payment, so the June 27th payment I mostly funded myself. We currently have £13 a month coming in from recurring donations vs a £78.98 a month server cost, so thanks to the guys who set up recurring donations, it’s most appreciated, unfortunately it falls well short of what’s needed. I am currently in the process of buying a house, so if the site is unable …
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XBMC for Android

By Martijn | | Latest News, Media Centre, XBMC

So as an XBMC Team member I think it’s my duty (and also proud) to make this post to say XBMC for Android is coming. Still a lot of work has to be done and it is only available for the ones that can compile it themselves. No it isn’t available yet in Play Store so if you find any app that poses as XBMC hit report before it gets a bad name. More info can be found on XBMC for Android press release.


What are you watching?

By Reginald | | TV

Anger Managment – S01E01-02 Let me start out by saying I have not watched Two and a Half Men so this is really my first exposure to Charlie. I think the first episode was good and showed that Charlie could be humanized. It was a fairly amusing episode, the second episode was more what I was expecting (not a good thing in this case), and Charlie is being more of “himself” in this episode. I was hoping that his ex-wife Jennifer and patient Lacey would even out, unfortunately they did not. I really hope they work on those characters; their …
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Liars – WIXIW Review or: How To Create Music From Balloons To Unsettle Your Children

By pete_the_lion | | Music, Reviews

I’m going to start this review with a disclaimer: Results May Vary. This album will not be for everybody, a fact probably made obvious when you take into account the fact the band used balloons, dripping water, foil and small metal figures as instruments. This isn’t as pretentious as it sounds, or as encapsulating a set of restrictions as Hecate and Venetian Snare’s Nymphomatriarch – an album created solely from sounds generated by the two of them bumping uglies and as the booklet charmingly puts “inserting microphones.” Heading backwards through the news on their website (www.liarsliarsliars.com) to March and earlier …
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20 Hottest Female TV Stars

By Kode | | Lists, TV

Rachel Bilson Star of The OC and Hart of Dixie, Rachel Bilson was born and raised in Los Angeles. She worked in commercials and landed a few one-off roles in high profile TV shows before landing the part of Summer Roberts in the hit TV series “The O.C.” (2003), establishing herself as a household name. Mary-Louise Parker Mary-Louise Parker (born August 2, 1964) is an American actress, known for her current lead role on Showtime’s television series Weeds portraying Nancy Botwin, for which she has received several nominations and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in 2006. Zooey Deschanel Star of The …
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WordPress visual editor missing after update – fixed

By Kode | | Website

I recently found, after updating to WordPress 3.4, that the visual editor had stopped working, for no discernible reason that I could think of. After a lot of time spent trying to fix this issue, which involved deactivating all my plugins, renaming the plugin folder, changing theme, none of which produced any results, I eventually dived into the code to debug – the solution was ridiculously simple yet not at all intuitive. I found that get_user_option( ‘rich_editing’ ) was not returning true, this confused me as I had already looked to make sure that it wasn’t disabled in my user profile, nevertheless …
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Amazon’s Initial List of Original Content

By Reginald | | TV

Amazon is looking to make a push into the original content game by backing the following four shows. The 100 Deaths of Mort Grimley Creator: Angel Castillo Premise: In this animated comedy, Hell desperately needs new customers. And Mort Grimley, new to the Underworld after accidentally taking his own life, is offered a deal; get Hell’s numbers up and maybe get a transfer out (and up), or face eternity in fire and brimstone alongside the cruel mother he tried to escape. Doomsday Creator: Nathan Thomas Premise: This mockumentary follows an ensemble of diverse characters as they ready themselves for the …
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What are you watching?

By Reginald | | Reviews, TV

Sorry for the late posting, I was in Indianapolis this weekend for a wedding, here is what I watched this past week! Better off Ted – S02E13 This episode was unaired in the US, I LOVED this show, if you have not seen it and like amazing half hour comedies that have a lot of wit and snark. You will no doubt love this show. I was able to procure this episode and was finally able to watch it. It was great and I am not to sure why it was not aired in the US. It had a lot …
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Sigur Rós – Valtari Review or: How Shia LeBeouf’s Junk Might Not Be Enough

By pete_the_lion | | Music, Reviews

How do you market an album of slow, atmospheric tracks to a world hopped up on the internet with an ADD infected finger-trigger? You produce a video with Shia LeBeouf’s wang. This might be an illustrious introduction to Sigur Rós for some people, but chances are you’ve already heard them without knowing it. Vanilla Sky utilised Svefn-g-englar  to help wring emotion from a rock Tom Cruise. Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic somehow managed to add more whimsy by getting underwater puppets to dance to Staralfur. The BBC (and presumably every other channel offering nature documentaries) used Hoppipolla whenever they could, pairing it …
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My Experience of XBMC

By Hidd3nFury | | XBMC

Aeon Up until 2009 I had only really heard the term HTPC a few times and had never heard of XBMC. The only media centre software I really had any experience of was Windows Media Centre and couldn’t stand the way it looked or operated so I never really gave it the light of day. At the time I was using TVersity to stream my TV shows and movies to my Xbox which worked alright but was never perfect. Then one day in March a friend sent me a link to a YouTube video that would change the whole way …
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