Update: Audible responded to the email I sent; scroll to the bottom to read.
There are those who believe when you're cycling you should be completely absorbed in the task at hand: enjoying the feeling of the wind in your face, the rhythmic sound of the chain going round the crank, just feeling it.
I'm . . .
→Read More: Audible & Amazon: a few clicks, a few pounds
Just in case you were in any doubt.
Further to my posts on using Flexget (previously) and tl2rssPL (previously) to manage the automatic downloading of torrent files (or .nzb, depending on your preference), the final stage is to have a BitTorrent client download the content of the torrent and upon completion, process the downloaded media.
My client of choice is . . .
→Read More: Automatic torrent management with rtorrent and some helper scripts
I use Flexget to automatically find and download TV shows for my viewing pleasure. I use it in conjunction with TorrentLeech and tl2rssPL, but it can be used with any site which provides an index and source for the shows you're interested in.
Setting it up can be a pain, so I . . .
→Read More: TV show management with Flexget
My previous post on how to get Netflix when you're based in the UK has proven quite popular, however I started having problems with the method when Netflix expanded their caching services to include IP ranges I hadn't listed; I was frequently getting the 'you can't view Netflix from your current location' error . . .
→Read More: UPDATE: How-to: Netflix from the UK (without using a VPN)