Last summer, along with some more traditional kitchen renovations, I added Apple’s HomeKit capabilities to my 500sf NYC apartment. Not a lot, just enough to play with, and to make some minor improvements in my 21st-century lifestyle. I went with HomeKit because, for now at least, I feel Apple has the best privacy story, and … Continue reading “Home Life with Siri”
. . .a single client app you can train people to use, regardless of their operating system.
I’ve had two servers in my Azure environment for a while, one Windows 2012 and the other Ubuntu. I don’t do much with them, except to have a representative box available when I want to try something out. For Linux, no GUI is included; this means a command-line interface is all you get to play … Continue reading “Setting up Linux GUI and RDP in Azure”
Lo and behold, all my music was there, and Groove could play it.