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Submission + - The Ultimate Geek Christmas Lights Display

Clark Griswold writes: "After the recent /. discussion on the Ultimate Geek Christmas Card, how about the Ultimate Geek Christmas Lights Display?

One annual contender is the Controllable Christmas Lights for Celiac Disease which has three live webcams and X-10 technology that allows web surfers a live view of over 20,000 christmas lights AND the ability to control them — "heck, you can even inflate (or deflate) the giant Elmo, Frosty, Santa, and Homer Simpson — D'OH!" The website is powered by Linux and while the design is vintage 1995 Geocities, it does W3C validate.

What other over-the-top nerdy displays should /. geeks (and Santa) check out this Christmas?"

Submission + - Homer Simpson's X10'd Halloween Display - D'OH!

Hulkster writes: The Controllable Halloween Decorations Webcams for Celiac Disease are back again with three live webcams and X10 powerline technology that not only allow you you to view the 7,500+ Halloween lights, but also (in real-time) turn them on & off, plus inflate/deflate the giant Pumpkins, Skull, Frankenstein, and Homer Simpson — D'OH!

It's a high-tech "Trick-or-Treat" for a good cause as over $35,000 has been raised for Celiac Disease Research

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