Google has been no help; all the sites are either outdated in terms of ranking or the most recent ones recommend a Foscam. They previously tried one of these and it's image quality was too poor.
While security systems and home automation has been discussed recently, I haven't found any recent discussions on webcams that give a user control of where the content is sent. Does anyone in the Slashdot community have recommendations, reputable sites that are up-to-date in rankings, and/or hacks to have control over some of these newer cameras?"
As I understand it, the cable would become an antenna for whatever's going on in the cage.
2. More than 70% of credit transactions are not loans, the balance gets paid every month. Credit card companies are raking in 2% commission on these sales without taking the risk of advancing an unsecured loan. Most retailers are not giving 2% discount to non-credit cards because of contract with credit card companies. Only when the non-credit card usage reaches a critical mass, they will flip and customers and retailers will split that 2% off the credit card companies and banks. Waiting for a company with credibility for mass market adoption.
[*FN1] 100 *( 1 - (15000 miles/year) / (55 miles/hour) / ((365 days/year) *(24 hours/day)) )
The man uploaded the image a a joke, and panicked when he realised he couldn't delete the image. In court, he admitted the charge of "causing the display of indecent matter". The image was only seen by Tesco workers and not by members of the public.
The sentence includes 100 hours of unpaid work, a victim surcharge of 60 GBP and costs of 85 GBP.
Of course, the Tesco store, like most supermarkets, probably sells the Sun newspaper (prop R Murdock) with its famous (and ongoing) page 3 (NSFW)."
I hear that. I have 1mb/s myself, although it is not shared. If I see one more nimrod here bitching about "ridiclously absurd upload speeds of 25mbs" or some such, I think I'm going to have to shoot somebody.