Just a video of my old Dell GX1 (p2) web/cloud server. Except for the videos on the web page, all software is local on the machine. Certainly could of had the videos local also. The same server also acts a traditional Itunes server, but that feature is not shown. What is really neat are some of the gui (graphical user interface) that a remote machine or even a tablet can use. Point one being that you can use the software on the server and not have to load software on client machines. Point two being that data is on the server and not the local machines. A tiny bit more security in some ways. There is no sound in the video. Still experimenting with different software and did not have time to set all that up.
Lastly, the http://www.softserv.com site from the beginning of the video and the oesrvr1 site are both running from the same machine with what is known as virtual hosting. Allows for several sites to be on one server therefore saving money. The video is under fifteen minutes, so do not worry about it going on forever. By the way, both servers are on a local private intranet and not the internet.
The personal computer accessing the Firefly (aka Itunes server):
Way back when I did a piece about using over-the-air antenna (http://www.instructables.com/id/Yet-another-dtv-antenna/). Now I get about 60 stations. Here is a picture of the antenna and quick video showing the old Commodore displaying the results.
Food pic of the day. Little rig I made to fabricate taco shells in the oven. Of course several racks will be used at once.