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godanesgo99

Member Since 22 Oct 2014
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In Topic: Happy Thanksgiving!

Yesterday, 06:29 PM

Gobble gobble gobble!

In Topic: [MBB] Game #5: 11/22/17 - 7:00pm - @ Dartmouth

Yesterday, 04:27 AM

I'm not sure if Coach Brown is used to having such a talented bench. OOC is time to use your bench more when you have easier games. Cremo and Nichols both had over 35 minutes again.

I won't argue with the results, but with such a deep bench, I'd think that this is time to get everyone ready and more comfortable.

In Topic: [MBB] Game #5: 11/22/17 - 7:00pm - @ Dartmouth

22 November 2017 - 10:33 PM

Purposefully stayed away from checking the score till I got home. Just watched on YouTube skipping commercials.

I saw Brown get in Campbell's face after a travel, then on a second turnover he was pulled not to return. Punishment or injury?

5-0. I don't want to jinx it, but team could be 10-0 heading into Memphis. Amazing start to the year!

In Topic: [MBB] Game #5: 11/22/17 - 7:00pm - @ Dartmouth

22 November 2017 - 10:45 AM

Feel free to post it on the facebook group page. 


In Topic: Advice On Mobile Hotspots

22 November 2017 - 10:43 AM

 

Mobile Hot-spot from a phone works great unless you are using an application that is packet heavy like a VPN or VOIP.

Streaming video, normal facebook, email, etc all work great as long as you have a strong signal in your location.

As far as streaming to your TV: Chromecast is the best. You can buy the 1080p version for $30. Works perfectly for the watch ESPN app

 

Yep, I just invested in a Chromecast Ultra (nothing we stream sports wise is 4k but I futureproofed there a bit) and a regular Chromecast. Honestly, being a techy, I didn't understand the need for it (I had a pretty old TV and used my PC for 99% of my media viewing) but after buying a new TV it's probably one of the best 'gadget' purchases I've made in a few years. Highly recommend it.

 

 

I'll second that. I had 3 Smart LCD TV's in my house. Each of them already had WiFi built in for streaming things like Netflix, Youtube, Hulu, etc. so I never saw the value in Chromecast or AppleTV. I bought 43" Flat TV off craigslist for my garage ma'hal (LOL) and it didn't have streaming. I bought a Chromecast for it, and I was amazed. There is so much more you can stream. From videos you took yourself on your phone and camera roll, to almost anything that can be viewed in your browser.

 

I ended up buying another chromecast for my main living room TV even though it already had internet built in!