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Attention NYC Developers
FOR SALE: Vintage DEC VT220 Terminal Computer
I’m selling my serial console that I had been using as a terminal.app replacement. It will make for a really fun hobby project this winter. Committing code on this thing is as rewarding as it looks.
Here is the post I made when I originally started working with it.
If you are interested, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acquired. Thank you @kevindavidcrowe and @jstn!
One Million Users!
This just in: Over a million pairs of human eyeballs have watched or bought something on VHX. Thank you for supporting great video-makers!
< cues karaoke cassette tape to Kool & The Gang’s “Celebration” >
WE DID IT
STOP WHAT YOURE DOING. THERES A KITTY SWIMMING ON YOUR DASH
VICE Films has captured 90s skateboarding in all its rail-grinding, blood-spitting, meteoric-rise-and-fall glory: All This Mayhem. Legendary skaters Tas & Ben Pappas blew into the US and quickly became competition powerhouses in the 90s, coupled with a crazy lifestyle that eventually caught up with them — All This Mayhem is really a story about their intense bond as brothers.
Fans of skating, mayhem, everything in between can buy the film directly from the creators on their website.
We’re working with our friends at Kickstarter to make Film Fest 2014 an experience you can enjoy from wherever you are, all summer long. This year’s Film Fest features excerpts from animations, short films, documentaries, and more, all funded on Kickstarter. If you can’t make it to a screening in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, or London, you can still watch the entire program online, powered by VHX.
When you buy video via VHX, it’s yours to watch as many times as you want, whenever you want, forever — on whatever device. To watch on your big-screen TV, you can just download the file from VHX to your computer and transfer to a smart TV, Apple TV, or XBox via thumb drive.
But now, if you’ve got a Chromecast, it’s even easier — Rock our new Chromecast integration to stream directly to the big(ger) screen. Literally two clicks! Check out the easy setup over at support.vhx.tv.
you know it’s a good feature when it showcases This American Life.
Introducing: The Dev Blog
Tech enthusiasts, this blog’s for you: Check out our fresh new Development Blog, where we’re talking about the tech behind VHX.
Like we said when we launched VHX /Stats, we’re all for transparency and knowledge-sharing, and we hope dishing about our process stirs up an exchange of ideas in the dev community.
We’re kicking off by delving into the architecture behind our API, introducing you to our rad dev team — first up, Flatiron School alum Sagar Shah — and sharing notes on our most recent Hack Day (next one’s June 6). Check it all out at dev.vhx.tv and sign up there for email updates!
Check out the VHX Dev Blog!