This is my first time at Nordstrom’s eBar in Fashion Valley, and I’m digging the Mango Chill Smoothie!
My wife is shopping somewhere, so I’m just enjoying Wi-Fi access somewhere other than at home.
I’m hearing the sounds of some people in the table next to my table, and I can’t tell what language… but I’m guessing some Middle Eastern language… Farsi? The more I think about it, it sounds very Persian.
Testing Remote Connections
I’ve been testing out remote connections lately from various Starbucks Coffee Shops and Malls via their Wi-Fi networks.
Here’s what I’ve been testing:
- 1. Chrome Remote Desktop
This is a Chrome extension with App that allows you to connect to your home computer from another remote computer like a laptop, in my case my Macbook Air.
- 2. Remote Network Management
This is my home network in which I can connect remotely to manage the network and check on its status.
Remote iTunes Server
My next goal is to be able to connect to my Network Drive (NAS = Network Attached-Storage). For example, I want to be able to connect to my iTunes server connected on my NAS Drive, from any location around the world, so I can have the ability to connect and listen to my own music collection.
This will be essential when I want to stream my personal music collection when I’m on vacation in Hawaii or somewhere else.
Other than that I’m just chillin’…
Man, this Mango Smoothie tastes good!