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What type of alarm system is it? Not the stkcier on the window, take a look at the keypad and the main panel circuit board.Once you have done that I can tell you how to change the code. Typically you will need the master code to change it so you may need to contact the realtor. There is a link to a Blogger blog on my website (in the archive) where I can easily answer your question.


Great show as usual!Interesting thoughts on where the gprekeeaets are While it is possible to create media on a super low budget, it generally doesn't seem to turn out as well (as often) as projects that are normally funded. While someone working from their garage can compete on medium technical level, he's just not going to do as well when it comes to story, understanding an audience, and making a workable business.We've definitely benefited from lower tech prices out here in the non-LA production world, but it still takes experience to create an overall profitable high-quality show- maybe less long-term technical experience and more long-term we tried to do this show and it failed with the audience, why? experience.You mentioned Avatar as an example of good 3D: if you watch the blu-ray behind the scenes, one of the ideas they emphasize is how far ahead the motion capture/virtual camera tech they were using is. You can't do that kind of thing in your average garage In the future, that may be possible. But my thought is, if the high-end film people want to keep competitive, they have to keep innovating at a level that keeps them ahead of people who don't have the budget to innovate high-tech.


Thanks for the insight Evan. I guess that's what has changed - the mobile internet delivered care of Wi-Fi means that infrastructure costs are vastly reduced now. And I still think that mobile data plans are wildly overpriced here. Of course in Australia coverage is spotty at best but perhaps $50 billion of taxpayer money for NBN might help change that.
As to privacy, I'm happy to give some up if it's worth it. The trouble will be the lack of this choice to pick and choose just the 'good' stuff.

Evan Stubbs

While I was at General Motors quite a few years ago, we were looking at using RF transmission combined with 802.11b/g hotspots to provide automated service tracking for fleet vehicles. Combine that with an up-market service that marries an 802.11 transmission system to the drivetrain computer, and fleet purchasers would have had an end-to-end automated system that would have let them ensure all their drivers were looking after their vehicles correctly. We didn't end up doing it largely because there quite simply wasn't enough margin in fleet sales to justify the infrastructure costs of the time, but it was definitely technologically feasible.

It's fun stuff, although the privacy implications can obviously get somewhat hairy when it isn't anonymised.

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