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I agree, and when youve got bluetooth enabled dead bolts as the only thing between you, and a potential robber/killer standing outside your door, you want security. Not something that can be "hacked" with a bluetooth replay attack, as most systems on the market can be.
- Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:33 pm
- Forum: New Members Area
- Topic: print "Hello World!"
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Hey guys. Just thought I'd introduce myself. I've been a tinkerer/maker/hacker/builder etc for years now. You name it, I've probably tinkered with it. Some on going projects right now is my ~600ah off grid solar battery pack, an F450 quadcopter which will carry various sensors, a fixed wing craft wh...
- Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:23 pm
- Forum: Forum Suggestions/Discussion
- Topic: Forum Sections/Topics
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A Bitcoin thread with a trading (discussing price predictions etc) topic, mining topic, etc. A 3d Printing topic with a "Show and tell" section, a tips and tricks section, a help section. Not sure if you are planning for a separate site for this, but to go with your MkMe Media channel, a content cre...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-x-2-CERAMIC-WATER-FILTER-CANDLE-CARTRIDGE-REPLACEMENT-RO-PURIFIER-DRINKING-/141246846939?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20e2f7d7db These filters are fairly cheap for what they are capable of. I've been using a shorter 3" inch tall version in a stacked 5 gallon bucket filte...
As for security, a properly secured WiFi network (especially if its separate from your WiFi you use for Internet access, which wouldnt be a bad idea, but would limit some possibilities) can be fairly secure and you can be fairly certain you are safe, unless you are being targeted for any specific re...
- Sun Mar 01, 2015 9:25 pm
- Forum: Conflict/Protection/Security
- Topic: Basic Security- Motion Sensor
- Replies: 1
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Seems like a good idea. Plus you can get fairly cheap piezo sirens and flood flights (LED preferably because of the lower power usage) and put those on the output of the relays. If we wanted to get more complex with it, we could have a 'duino or other microcontroller on it with one of those little 4...