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This blog is about home media integration. Everything from media servers, Roku devices, and XBMC, etc. Essentially offering information for the average non-It guy to get themselves off the cable koolaide and to be able to control what they watch and when they watch it. I would like to talk to you about including your service in my blog and in-house lab I use as a basis for my blog. I also test VPN solutions, IPTV offerings such as Playon.tv and other solutions to let you know what works and what doesn’t. In other words Dump Cable.

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Comments
  1. Donna Thomas says:

    how far back do the TV series go? For example, Police Woman, Kojak and Cagney and Lacey for example.

  2. Barb Lodermeier says:

    I love my Torch Browser too, with the Hola, but just a few moments ago, it said that it was controlling my laptop. I have been getting Error 404 and 504 bad gateway all day long. As soon as I disabled the Hola button, I could access my search engines again and everything is working. It also said that with the Hola people could be evesdroping on me. This was on the Torch Browser. I really love Torch and that Hola lets me access my 4 favorite channels RTE (Irish Channel) Channel Four, BBC and ITV. These channels are all blocked in the USA. Is there some way to get around this? If someone can tell me how to do this I would greatly appreciate it.
    My email is: lodermeier39@gmai.com

    • Hi Barb, I am a big advocate of FREE anything that serves my purposes. Like Hola and Torch. I deleted Hola and Torch from my systems with he news about their practices. The only way i know to get around geo-locking is to subscribe to a VPN service with servers in various countries around the world. They cost about $/month. I am considering using privateinternetaccess.com. They have good reviews. You can try something like a VPN for a week or so and if it doesn’t work, not much lost. It should work.

      HMG

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