Times Square Mac Software Crash

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

John Brownlee over on Cult of Mac posted, a couple of days ago, this picture “taken by Instagram user and MTV Geek contributor Alexander Zalben” in a post ‘Times Square Billboard Crashes To Desktop… On A Mac‘ (6:42 am PDT, 26th Dec 2012)…

It shows the Mac OSX desktop (we assume) that should be running the digital signage software. It’s not, we are told, software from  ~sedna GmbH so we wonder what it might be.

See also our Guest Contribution, Bryan Crotaz’s post ‘Using Windows OSX As A Signage Platform’ 😉

2 Responses to “Times Square Mac Software Crash”

  1. Dave Says:

    That would be interesting to find out, I have been using Sedna for over 4 years now and it has been the most stable platform I have used. In the Rare occasion that it would crash, And I emphasize Rare it would either show a Sedna Logo or it would be a Background that you put on, I usually use Black or a company Logo. It would just be nice to have this confirmed before it is reported that it is a particular software before it is verified.

  2. ~sedna gmbh Says:

    The display pictured above is not powered by ~sedna presenter or any other ~sedna product and is not affiliated with ~sedna gmbh or its distributors and resellers in any way.

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