PGD and PGS offer great hope to many couples trying to prevent passing on genetic abnormalities and to couples trying to conceive without success. Much confusion exists as to the promise and failure of these procedures. Our guest will be one of the leading geneticists and researcher on PGD/PGS, Dr. Mark Hughes, Professor of Genetics, Medicine and Pathology, and Director, Applied Genomics Technology Center of Michigan
<p>Stephen Hackett joins Bradley to talk about IT as a customer service center and Mac hardware.</p>
<ul><li><a href="http://512pixels.net/" title="http://512pixels.net/">512 Pixels</a> </li><li><a href="http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=504337181" title="http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=504337181">The 512 Podcast</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007RPJMFK" title="http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007RPJMFK">Bartending: Memoirs of an Apple Genius</a> </li><li><a href="http://512pixels.net/2013/02/dont-dooce-me-bro/" title="http://512pixels.net/2013/02/dont-dooce-me-bro/">On Being The Mac Guy</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.vintage-computer.com/vcforum/showthread.php?20256-quot-The-Shocking-Truth-quot-Apple-s-internal-video-about-electrostatic-discharge-damage" title="http://www.vintage-computer.com/vcforum/showthread.php?20256-quot-The-Shocking-Truth-quot-Apple-s-internal-video-about-electrostatic-discharge-damage">ESD Video</a> </li><li><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Nylon-Probe-Spudger-Black/dp/B003TOFFNQ" title="http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Nylon-Probe-Spudger-Black/dp/B003TOFFNQ">Black Stick tool</a> </li><li><a href="http://512pixels.net/2010/04/the-appliance-mentality/" title="http://512pixels.net/2010/04/the-appliance-mentality/">The Appliance Mentality</a> </li></ul> <p>Runtime - 46:10</p>
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Gabe and Erik take a look at a number of different online sync and storage options for moving your files to the cloud.
Gabe begins the discussion by describing a scheme to use a separate Dropbox account running on his WebFaction web hosting, because he can sftp from within Sublime Text even though he’s unable to install any online syncing services.Easy. The cloud is always easy when you have IT autonomy…or can find a loophole.Being able to sftp-out does not provide the same benefit of a proper syncing service, but there are some tools that try to help: Backup Box FTP Box Wappwolf Generally, these tools work by offloading sync to a web host. Sure, you can achieve this benefit by sftping into a computer at home, but then you face issues such as DNS intermediaries if you don’t have a static external IP address, opening ports into your home network, or just having to leave your home computer on all the time. You may want to consider having someone else worry about your uptime.
It’s hard not to talk about security this week with HeartBleed in the news. Are you safe? Is your home server safe?
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Thanks everyone, for the great response to our first episode of the Plex Podcast released along with the new Plex Web Client; that gave us the (foolish) idea to do another episode!
In this episode, Tobias is joined by Plex Ninjas Mark “Ziggimon” Walker and Paul “Trudge” Trudgian to discuss what hardware you might want to get for that ultimate Plex setup. It’s quite a long discussion about different setups and all the different factors that you need to consider (a LOT of them). A special thanks to Milos Radosavac for editing this episode.
You can subscribe to the Plex Podcast in iTunes, or directly. You can also get a direct link to episode #2 here.
Thanks to Mike Meier, we also have a Plex Podcast channel available in the channel directory if you want to listen to the podcast via Plex.
Enjoy, and please let us know in the comments what sort of topics you’d like to see in the future!
Don Melton, former Engineering Director of Internet Technologies at Apple, talks about his non-browser-based passions - Blu-Ray, transcoding, H.264, and managing massive amounts of media. Warning: Contains extreme nerdery.
Show notes transcode-video.sh: Don Melton’s shell script for OS X to transcode a video file (works best with Blu-ray or DVD rip) into MP4 (or optionally Matroska) format, with configuration and at bitrate similar to popluar online downloads. Requires ‘HandBrakeCLI’ and ‘mediainfo’ executables. detect-crop.sh: Don Melton’s shell script for OS X to detect crop values for a video file to use with mplayer and transcode-video.sh. Requires ‘mplayer’ and ‘mediainfo’ executables. convert-mp4-to-mkv.sh: Don Melton’s shell script for OS X to convert an MP4 video file into Matroska format with a single audio track. Requires ‘mkvmerge’ executable. HandBrake and HandBrakeCLI: Convert video from nearly any format. HandBrake and HandBrakeCLI: nightly builds. MediaInfo: Display technical and tag data for video and audio files. MKVToolNix: Tools for Matroska, including mkvmerge. MPlayer: Media utilities and player. Homebrew: Package manager for OS X to install MPlayer, MediaInfo and MKVToolNix. MakeMKV: Convert/rip video that you own into the portable and open Matroska format. Plex XBMC OpenELEC (Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center) X264 Settings Scene Rules: warez
Welcome to our sister show of the Mac & Forth Show. The Mac
Gabe and Jeff dive into a very bitter, hoppy and palate-destroyingly delicious India Pale Ale from Uinta called Detour. While they take swigs, they talk about their choice of multimedia solution, Plex, and how it changed the way they watch television and movies as well as how they listen to music.PlexUinta DetourBreweryDBUinta BrewingBeerAdvocate
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