We’re heading into the Labor Day weekend and I thought I’d give you a quick run-down of the top posts of August.
GeekTonic continues on a steady diet of HTPC and media-tech goodness. Thanks to you, the readers for reading - I will continue working hard to bring you the content you came here for!
To wrap of August 2009 I wanted to share the most popular posts (as measured by Google Analytics) of the month:
Ultimate Fall 2009 TV Premiere Schedule – I just updated this listing this past Sunday with a by TV Show Name and by Date PDF Download. The #1 post for August.
Keeping the Analog Hole Open – An excellent guest post by JarkHD about using an innovative device that takes HDMI and passes through the analog content unprotected. An alternative if the powers that be ever try to “close the analog hole.”
Preview of an Awesome Looking XBMC Skin Called Surface – A cool skin being developed for XBMC is demo’d in this video preview.
Silicondust releases Gold Version of HDHomeRun Tuner Software – The maker of the popular HDHR dual QAM network tuner releases a new Gold Version of their software
WDTV Version 2 Photos Leaked – Western Digital is coming out with a new WDTV media player.
Should Windows Media Center Be Separated from the Windows OS? – I say yes. But there really isn’t a clear-cut answer.
Other Content from past months on the Most Popular List include:
- SageTV Ultimate Guide
- Popcornhour New Version C200 Announced – A lot more about this exciting new device is coming soon on GeekTonic. Stay tuned
- Hauppauge HD-PVR on Media Center Arrives – I’ve noticed an uptick in the interest in this “hack” method to use the HD-PVR with Media Center as people become less optimistic that a native solution is coming soon. That along with the DishTV Tuner disappointment seems to have led some Media Center users to try this solution out.
- KindleTips - Ultimate Kindle 2 Shortcuts and Tricks
- SageTV HD200 HD Theater GeekTonic Review
More coming soon. Reviews, giveaways, some pretty exciting news all planned for the coming month. Stay tuned.