Advertisements Today I'm announcing "Enter Webz" - the world's first web browser for the TiVo DVR. This is just a Beta release. This release is available for download from http://David.Blackledge.com/tivo/enterwebz. More information is in the documentation. Just download, unzip, and run the .bat file, then look in "Music, Photos, and More" or "Showcases and Apps" or equivalent, depending on your TiVo model. You'll get Enter Webz, and a couple of shortcuts to Google and Archive.org (where you can listen to public domain music, or watch public domain videos and movies on your TV). This is free for your personal home use. I plan to set up a fixed-ip server in the future. It's ugly and buggy still, but today's the last day of my vacation, so I may not get a chance to work on this for a while. Why a web browser for the TiVo DVR? Quick lookups Google, Definr.com, IMDB, Wikipedia One-off pages for other Apps Google Authentication for Google APIs (the main inspiration for creating Enter Webz... I used Enter Webz to register Pandoras activation code on my new TiVo Premiere!) Display a related URL for dynamic app content (e.g. from an RSS feed) Application help pages Instant HME Apps for some websites like: weather.gov and wunderground.com Gmail mobile or Gmail basic html Google Voice mobile (mp3 download blocked) Google Calendar mobile...hopefully soon Facebook mobile tivocommunity.com forums! Archive.orgs public domain content: mp3s ( playlists of live concerts; audio books), texts, videos (classic TV; movies) Feedburner XSLT-formatted rss feeds xkcd.com Launch other HME Apps Special URLs launch apps from domain names (vs. static IPs of Manually add a server) Can be configured to present any URL like it is a stand-alone app.