My wife and I use Macs, iOS devices, and Apple networking gear. We're thinking about sharing the desk where my Mac Pro is; as a result, if she needs the desk, and I need a computer, I'd have to use her MacBook Pro. What's the best way to network our computers so that we could do our work from whatever computer we're using, have music and/or programs available, etc.? Some details inside. [more inside]
I'm technology speak impaired. Is there a wireless ... thing ... of some kind that we can somehow attach to our old (but terrific sound quality) stereo system so I can stream music to it from my phone or laptop? [more inside]
I have a home network created by a dual-band Airport Extreme router. I have Cat 6 running from the Airport Extreme to a faraway printer where the wireless signal does not reach. Can I use this cable and an older Airport Express to act as a print server and extend my wireless network? If not, is there another device that would provide this function? [more inside]
I have an iPod Touch (2nd gen) and a working ethernet port. If I buy an Airport Express, can I get internet access on the iPod? Note that I don't (currently) have access to a computing device other than the iPod to run any setup/admin utilities. [more inside]
How can I get my old Gateway laptop to connect to the Airport Express wireless network? [more inside]
What's the best option for getting an XBox 360 online--the official wireless adapter from Microsoft or an Apple Airport Express? [more inside]
Are their any competitors to Airfoil for Mac? I like the program and can't find anything else, but want to make sure I'm not missing something cheaper and/or better b/f I shell out 25 bucks. Thanks.
Suggestions for AirTunes Fun / Hacks, please! [more inside]