The Muse [01.01.15] by Amir Ebrahimnia on Mixcloud
Scott Carthy’s debut film ‘Litefeet’ documents the recently criminalised art of subway dancing.
Sometimes (this isn’t maybe) by Amir Ebrahimnia on Mixcloud
My Intern Hazen tipped me off to this free DNS service that allows you to watch Netflix (and other US Geo-restricted content) outside of the good ol’ US of A! For free! (Did I mention that it’s free?)
These guys are calling themselves Tunlr.
I love these services. Unlike VPN services, with these DNS redirects your streams don’t get slowed down by being proxied through a US server.
We set it up on our AppleTV and it works like a charm!
If you don’t see the Netflix App in the main menu, you have to change your iTunes store location:
Once you start Netflix for the first time, it may take a while until the log in dialog appears (give it at least a minute).
NOTE: I should mention, that if you have a number of devices on your home network that you wish to use to access US services, you’re probably better off setting your router’s DNS to 18.104.22.168.