Since I'm fully connected from PC Workstation to HDTV via HDMI does the Twonky do anything for me?
Without a doubt (at least for us) having PC/HDTV as a single functioning unit (okay, minus wireless mouse and keyboard) there is never content, streaming or otherwise that we can't play.
I forget to mention my guilty pleasure (not for everyone - be confident in your virus protection and such things) but www.tubeplus.me
is likely my most used website - it is like Netflix, every movie, every TV show - all streaming or in torrents for the more daring people.
I use a pretty cool app now call WiFi Streamer which lets me just enter my IP addy (I keep it bookmarked for many iPod apps) and when I lauch the app, it lists EVERY song I have in my iPod, allowing me to play the song by clicking on the TV screen and listening thru my bada$$ sound system.
Where it comes in handy is when at other people's houses, connect up to their wifi and and play anything you saved in mp3.
Of course I have a dozen different apps for uploading/downloading any type of file, I just like this one cause of it's ease for me to continue playing an audiobook (in mp3) I'm listening to: on the way to work thru the cars aux sound, at work thru the sound reduction headphones, in the car on the way home and then right to the sound system while surfing.
I have a docking station/alarm clock/8 watt desktop unit that rocks too, but something about having the option seeing all my files, assorted the way I like them on the TV gives me that giddy "Aint technology sweet feeling".
I'm at 529 apps now, paid about $25 for all them - I still use apps fire every day to get the "Free for a short time" apps, but the cool part is ALL 529 apps fit on just 4 pages in VERY specific folders that I created as I collected stuff - amazingly, I can literally find EVERY ONE of those apps in 2 clicks with no need to search. Scary part - I never thought I'd want or need 529 apps or programs with any computer like thing.
I need to remember to screen capture the pages and folders, it might help someone get organized better. My friend Mike's kinds have a few hundred apps and probably 60 pages to scroll through - I'd go nuts without order.
PS... I think there was a question at the top of this post lolol