Month: July 2017

July 20, 2017
It was while I was looking for potential better DNLA clients that I came across Plex. Plex is a server you set up yourself – either on a spare computer, or perhaps a Raspberry Pi, or even (with a paid subscription) on the cloud. From it, you can stream your music and video, with clients available for most platforms. My android phone has a client, my Windows 10 desktop has a client, both my Blu-Ray player and my Amazon Fire Stick will run it.

July 20, 2017
July 15, 2017
My new CPAP mask has arrived. It is one of a very different type that I am trying – the DreamWear FitPack Nasal Mask

I’ve recently been having skin problems, particularly on my forehead, where my normal CPAP mask has a silicon pad to support the mask fit. So I wanted to try something totally different.

July 14, 2017
Part of my haul from Amazon’s Prime Day was a Harmony Hub, which I picked up at a very good discount.

I had previously purchased a Harmony remote, a year or so back, but it didn’t support the kit I thought it did, so it went back. This time I did a little research and was confident this would do the job.

July 10, 2017