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  1. 1. Homepage_Design : Part INew Improvements On Video Security Out Now!Tired of the slow motion movement and the silence of your surveillance system? Upgradeyour video security system for your home and business now with the latest video securitygadgets. You can rest easy while at work and play.Go Incognito, Go WirelessIf you are already fed up with those regular surveillance cameras, it is about time to spiceup your electronic spying. Park newer items around the house and nobody would be nonethe wiser. Nobody would also suspect that the new clock on the mantelpiece is a camera orthe black ballpoint pen perched innocently on your breast pocket is recording all movementin quality color.Video security has gone a notch higher with digital video recording or DVR. The newcomeris eclipsing the VCR in so many ways. You can now eliminate fast-forwarding throughlengths of tapes and save frames in hard disks for long periods of time without risk to thequality of the recording. This way, you can easily pull up recordings when needed.Start with the camerasWhen upgrading your video security, start with the cameras. There are different types fordifferent purposes. To deter pranksters, mount fake security cameras outdoors. The hitch?You have nothing to show when something really happens.Covert cameras like the wall clock or rag doll in the kids playroom are great ideas formonitoring the nannys care of the children. It will take a lot of quick thinking on your partwhere to place the hidden cameras for maximum recording. You can also get those wirelesssecurity cameras. These are easy to set up and can be moved or transported easilybecause these do not have obvious wires. Be sure to get wired surveillance cameras forpermanent sites. This would be best for the babys room and the play room, depending onyour priority. For the porch and the kitchen, night vision cameras are ideal when lights areoff after you have retired to bed.These cameras provide the surveillance and protection you need to keep your family andproperty safe. The video security setup in your home will allow you to monitor the activitiesin the different parts of the house while you are at work. Video security should not be limitedfor home surveillance. This should be used in your car and in your office. You can check forsuspicious movements, bombs under the car, and other threats to your life.Go digitalA DVR will save you a lot of time from searching for particular frames or video footages. Itautomatically retrieves data of a particular time and date. You can also record and play
  2. 2. previous recordings simultaneously, which cant be done with a CR. A VCR only takespictures by a picture per second.It may cost a bit more to go digital, though. You can upgrade to DVR if you already havemultiplexer and IP-ready paraphernalia. When it comes to your safety, get the best videosecurity. There is no best time like now.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!HOMEPAGE_DESIGN : End of Part IHomepage_Design : Part IINew iPod GamesI cant say for sure when I know I was bitten but I have the date on my receipts (11/15/06). Iguess I was late to the iPod party but Ive not missed a step since I got involved with Buck,my iPod.Ive got 3 now, one just for movies, and another for music and one for data and Imnegotiating with a contact in China for 5 more.iPod is the brain child of Steven Jobs, Apple guru and all around genius. More than 22million ipods have been sold to US adults, which amounts to approximately 11% of thepopulation (according to the non-profit Pew Internet & American Life Project). I became afan and user and my addiction continues to grow stronger.Now I spend my days learning about new applications and my nights surfing for clearancesales, closeouts, underground sources for discounts on accessories. For example, lastweek I found a site that sells what they call an iPod Converter.This unit allows for unlimited downloads of movies and music and games and software andprovides a lifetime membership in their download club. As a full blown movie nut this littlehandful of technology is gobbling up my free time by the hour.Talk about addiction, I was rummaging through some magazines in the basement of thelibrary at midnight (dont ask) and found this underground techie magazine. There was astory about an MP3 converter that took me a few minutes to realize was the iPod converter I
  3. 3. heard about last week.The techie manual indicated this is better than Blockbuster and NetFlicks all rolled into onevery user friendly palm-sized unit. Ill share the link here anyone who is interested can readall about it.As I continue to learn about all-things-iPod Ive just discovered about iPod hacks. Thisreference startled me at first as it is not in my nature to destroy others enjoyment in anymanner, especially when it comes to something like PCs and iPods.What I learned is the term hacks when it refers to iPod is another way of sayingaccessories, except that the modification most likely will void your iPods warrantee. In anycase the lists I found were nothing less than fascinating.For instance, according to howstuffworks.com, the range of accessories includesdownloadable iPod games and programs that convert DVDs to iPod-friendly video files.There are also programs that convert PDA files your PowerPoint presentations into files thatwork with your iPod-compatible.The howstuffworks website also provided a reference to a list of some current applications:iPod hackers are publishing all sorts of programs that alter the way an iPod works -- someof the software is free, and some of it is for purchase. Some currently available hacks letyou: Make an iPod work with Linux machines and run Linux applications. Remove volume caps (iPods sold in Europe cap the volume at 100 decibels; uncappediPods can reach more than 115 decibels.) Turn your iPod into a universal remote. Attach an external hard drive to your iPod to increase the storage capacity. Change your iPods font and graphics. Watch movies on your iPod in full-screen mode. Plug your iPod into any computer (even without iTunes) and listen to music from the harddrive. Transfer photos to iPod without using iTunes. Replace iTunes all together as the iPods main jukebox. Use an iPod with a Windows 98 machine.
  4. 4. While I am fascinated with the expansion this provides I am too cautious and protective ofBuck to try anything other than factory sealed products from Apple. I can be patient untilthey ramp up to the accessory list I peeked at in an underground publication.The upcoming Apple list is robust and will blow away the hackers meager offerings.Meanwhile, Ill stick to my movie and music downloading which keeps me rather busy andsatisfied.However if you hear any buzz about an auto-pilot for long cross-country drives thatscompatible with a 2006 STS, please pass it on. I might just let Buck give it a try.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!HOMEPAGE_DESIGN : End of Part IIHomepage_Design : Part IIINew iPod GamesI cant say for sure when I know I was bitten but I have the date on my receipts (11/15/06). Iguess I was late to the iPod party but Ive not missed a step since I got involved with Buck,my iPod.Ive got 3 now, one just for movies, and another for music and one for data and Imnegotiating with a contact in China for 5 more.iPod is the brain child of Steven Jobs, Apple guru and all around genius. More than 22million ipods have been sold to US adults, which amounts to approximately 11% of thepopulation (according to the non-profit Pew Internet & American Life Project). I became afan and user and my addiction continues to grow stronger.Now I spend my days learning about new applications and my nights surfing for clearancesales, closeouts, underground sources for discounts on accessories. For example, lastweek I found a site that sells what they call an iPod Converter.This unit allows for unlimited downloads of movies and music and games and software andprovides a lifetime membership in their download club. As a full blown movie nut this littlehandful of technology is gobbling up my free time by the hour.
  5. 5. Talk about addiction, I was rummaging through some magazines in the basement of thelibrary at midnight (dont ask) and found this underground techie magazine. There was astory about an MP3 converter that took me a few minutes to realize was the iPod converter Iheard about last week.The techie manual indicated this is better than Blockbuster and NetFlicks all rolled into onevery user friendly palm-sized unit. Ill share the link here anyone who is interested can readall about it.As I continue to learn about all-things-iPod Ive just discovered about iPod hacks. Thisreference startled me at first as it is not in my nature to destroy others enjoyment in anymanner, especially when it comes to something like PCs and iPods.What I learned is the term hacks when it refers to iPod is another way of sayingaccessories, except that the modification most likely will void your iPods warrantee. In anycase the lists I found were nothing less than fascinating.For instance, according to howstuffworks.com, the range of accessories includesdownloadable iPod games and programs that convert DVDs to iPod-friendly video files.There are also programs that convert PDA files your PowerPoint presentations into files thatwork with your iPod-compatible.The howstuffworks website also provided a reference to a list of some current applications:iPod hackers are publishing all sorts of programs that alter the way an iPod works -- someof the software is free, and some of it is for purchase. Some currently available hacks letyou: Make an iPod work with Linux machines and run Linux applications. Remove volume caps (iPods sold in Europe cap the volume at 100 decibels; uncappediPods can reach more than 115 decibels.) Turn your iPod into a universal remote. Attach an external hard drive to your iPod to increase the storage capacity. Change your iPods font and graphics. Watch movies on your iPod in full-screen mode. Plug your iPod into any computer (even without iTunes) and listen to music from the harddrive. Transfer photos to iPod without using iTunes. Replace iTunes all together as the iPods main jukebox.
  6. 6. Use an iPod with a Windows 98 machine.While I am fascinated with the expansion this provides I am too cautious and protective ofBuck to try anything other than factory sealed products from Apple. I can be patient untilthey ramp up to the accessory list I peeked at in an underground publication.The upcoming Apple list is robust and will blow away the hackers meager offerings.Meanwhile, Ill stick to my movie and music downloading which keeps me rather busy andsatisfied.However if you hear any buzz about an auto-pilot for long cross-country drives thatscompatible with a 2006 STS, please pass it on. I might just let Buck give it a try.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!HOMEPAGE_DESIGN : End of Part III
  7. 7. Use an iPod with a Windows 98 machine.While I am fascinated with the expansion this provides I am too cautious and protective ofBuck to try anything other than factory sealed products from Apple. I can be patient untilthey ramp up to the accessory list I peeked at in an underground publication.The upcoming Apple list is robust and will blow away the hackers meager offerings.Meanwhile, Ill stick to my movie and music downloading which keeps me rather busy andsatisfied.However if you hear any buzz about an auto-pilot for long cross-country drives thatscompatible with a 2006 STS, please pass it on. I might just let Buck give it a try.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!HOMEPAGE_DESIGN : End of Part III

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