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Live Security Cameras Online

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  • Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors.
  • (Security Camera) A high quality video camera that is used for video verification monitoring or video surveillance.
  • (Security Camera) A cucumber-shaped camera that summons security bots when it detects a genetically incompatible intruder.

  • In or into operation or existence
  • With processing of data carried out simultaneously with its production
  • on-line(a): being in progress now; "on-line editorial projects"
  • on-line: on a regular route of a railroad or bus or airline system; "on-line industries"
  • on-line: connected to a computer network or accessible by computer; "an on-line database"
  • While so connected or under computer control

  • actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing; "a live television program"; "brought to you live from Lincoln Center"; "live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience"
  • not recorded; "the opera was broadcast live"
  • As or at an actual event or performance
  • populate: inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
live security cameras online – Sharx Security

Sharx Security VIPcella-IR SCNC2607 Wifi Wireless 802.11 Security Network Camera with Infrared Night Vision
Sharx Security VIPcella-IR SCNC2607 Wifi Wireless 802.11 Security Network Camera with Infrared Night Vision
This Wifi b/g wireless IP camera has its own built in web server. You can view the video from your own home network or you can configure your router to view and control the camera from computers or cellphones on the internet, without dependence on any third party web sites or subscriptions. With the built-in microphone you can listen in. Excellent MPEG4 or MJPEG video quality at a full 640 x 480 resolution with up to 30 frames per second for fluid, natural motion color. For viewing or recording a single camera no software is required besides just your browser. For viewing or recording multiple Sharx IP cameras the included MultiView software for PCs supports up to 4 Sharx IP cameras simultaneously. Truly amazing to see the streaming video on your web enabled cell phone. For frequent use we recommend to upgrade your cellphone service to unlimited data, which costs just $15/mo extra on the ATT network. You can see motion even on non-3G phones like SonyEricsson w580i. If your phone does not support video you can see automatically refreshing JPEG images. At home, you can use this camera with your laptop or iPhone as a baby or pet monitor, and the very high light sensitivity in “moonlight mode” allows you to view out from a window to see what’s happening in the street as long as there is some background light available. This camera has infrared night vision which can see in total, absolute darkness. Like any infrared sensitive camera, the daytime colors are subdued and can appear unnatural especially on plants and vegetation. For eye-popping, gorgeous daytime colors please select the less expensive Sharx SCNC2606 camera if you do not need night vision in total darkness. Wireless operation supports WEP, WPA, WPA2 encryption. On routers with UPnP feature the camera can set itself up automatically, and on routers without UPnP (such as Apple’s Airport series) the camera can be set up with our step by step instructions.

I Won NaNoWriMo!

I Won NaNoWriMo!
As you can tell, I won NaNoWrimo by meeting my word count goal of 5,000 words with a novel inspired by a LEGO minifig, believe it or not! Here’s the novel that I wrote, if you’re interested!
Space Police System Log (Sector Twelve)Stardate 10.29.2110 11:00 AM GMT
>System accessed from portable pad 100198
>Portable pad 100198 info: Pad no longer exists
>Query to portable pad 100198 pertaining to identity
>Portable pad 100198 reply: “I’ve got a new recruit, so I had to give the recruit Hime’s old pad”
>Portable pad 100198 authenticity: Security access level Green permitted
>Security system access by portable pad 100198: Security code “Admin” entered
>New security status of portable pad 100198: Security level Red all areas accessible
>Portable pad 100198 request access to level 9.
>Portable pad 100198 request granted
>Portable pad 100198 has went offline.
>Weapon discharge in Level 9.
>Establish lockdown.
>Lockdown established.
>Portable pad 100198 online.
>Portable pad 100198 requests removal of lockdown.
>Portable pad 100198 request granted.
>Portable pad 100198 requests shutdown of all security systems.
>Query portable pad 100198 authentication code.
>Portable pad 100198 authentication code Piccadilly.
>Portable pad 100198 request granted.
>All security systems disabled.
>Weapon discharge in Level 9
>Operator 195 vitals zero.
>Medical units dispatched.
>Portable pad 100198 request: Cancel medic dispatch and do not call medical again.
>Portable pad 100198 request granted.
>All medical response circuits disabled.
>Medical assistance call 009 canceled.
>Weapons discharge in Level 9.
>Operator 004 vitals zero.
>Weapon type established: Walther Silenced Disintegrator S/N 009.
>ERROR: Portable pad 100198’s owner has not been issued with such a weapon.
>Weapons discharge in Level 9.
>Operator 894 vitals zero.
>Weapon type established: Walther Silenced Disintegrator S/N 008.
>ERROR: Portable pad 100198’s owner has not been issued with such a weapon.
>ERROR: Discharge of two different weapons of the “Pistol” class, one in each hand, is a recognized violation of Marksmanship Statute 8976.
>Portable pad 100198 has been disabled.
>All changes revert to fifth-to-last save.
>Security teams dispatched to Level 9.
>Owner of portable pad 100198 has been disabled.
>Large explosion of the type “Fission Bomb” has been detected.
Investigator Saxon Fletcher’s Case Log (Incident 987) Stardate 10.31.2110

I couldn’t decipher much of the system log, as I am not that good with computer language. From what I can piece together, it happened like this:

It was a cold, dark, dry Martian night in the Sector 12 station. Sergeant-at-Arms Kelby had just begun checking his third-quarter timesheets, when an old, disused pad (100198) started to hack into the system form the disused back entrance. Eventually, it managed to hack the security codes so that it carried Captain Piccadilly’s code! The operator of the pad used this to get into Level 9, our chaotic call center. Then, he/she opened fire on the cavernous room, filled to the gills with vidphone operators. We lost three operators at that instant. They were Susan Adams, “Acid” Wund, and Jon Baker. They were all at the top of their game, and much too young to die. The security cameras caught a glimpse of a completely black-clad figure dual-wielding banned Walther Disentegrators. I ran a face-match on this picture, and had no luck. The perp suddenly teleported out of there. A small orange and red object dropped, and then KA-WHAM!, no more feed or system logging. I instantly recognized the explosion type. It was a 1-2 megaton fission bomb, with about the yield of the one that destroyed Hiroshima. Thankfully, the system’s last gasp included activating the rad shields and sealing off every section. The system and all the other electronic devices went kaput, because the Keptin designers forgot to add shielding to their design. We had no deaths from the blast, but about 50 got concussion wounds, and all of the evidence was destroyed. I might mention that the cafe’s food suddenly tasted like a mouthful of brick dust. I can only hope the radiation didn’t affect Sector Twelve’s food stores. The case is nowhere near closed, though.

Chapter 2

Investigator Saxon Fletcher’s Case Log (Incident 988) Stardate 11.2.2110
Today started out well enough. I had just figured out a new lead on Case 987. By looking at what was visible of the perp’s face through the mask, I was able to figure out that the perp was the same species as the infamous mugger Slizer. It is definitely not Slizer, though, because he is safe and sound in Planet Lisa’s max-security prison. Then, the worst happened. Reports started filtering in that the Skaalgan, a warrior race, had rebelled against the good rule of the Galactic Republic. First, le me give you a bit of

All the hassles of getting the right chargers, converters for the electronc appliance…

All the hassles of getting the right chargers, converters for the electronc appliance...
We are living in such an electronic dependent era, it is amazing how
many chargers one suddenly discovered one needs when you have to go a
different country. I traveled a lot, domestically. I go to HK and
China a bit too. Every time, I lived with the fact that I have to bring
many chargers, charger for my laptop of course, charger for my camera,
charger for my iPod, charger for my cell phones (yes, I have been
carrying a couple of them over the past year, one for work, one is a
test phone for wireless products), and charger for my blackberry.
Sometimes, if we go on to trip with the family, then we need to bring
charger for our camcorder too, and for my husband’s shaver. It was
annoying, but not as much so when I travel domestically, since at least,
you know that the power voltage will be fine. There is no compatible
issues with electric outlets. Going to HK, I always feel resourceful,
since HK practically has everything readily accessible. You will always
be able to buy anything at a great price. No need to worry for the most
part. Going to China is still not too much a problem. They use 110V,
same as U.S. So, you only have to deal with electric plug adapter.
Hotel usually supplies them. Now, going to London and Europe is a
totally different story. Boy, we were at Radio Shack twice, Best Buy
three times the day after thanksgiving … all for getting the right
charger for my camera, and electric plug adapter and transformer for our
Europe trip. We first went to Radio Shack, thinking they most likely
carry more of these products. We found iGo. I read about iGo, and had
been thinking about getting it to help organize my packing for business
travel. I figured I will give it a trial. So, I got the iGo, with a
tip, which according to the web, should work for my SONY DSC-P9. I also
got the power adapter with International plugs which should works for
London and Europe. Well, disappointingly, I found out that the tip did
not work for my camera. So, we went back to Radio Shack. I want to get
the tip for my laptop, the iGo I got would not work for my laptop, at
least that’s what the store clerk said. There is another iGo, more
expensive model which should work. Well, I did not bring the iGo, so, I
was trying to find another tip which may work. They got the iPod tip,
but not in store. I finally got the tip for my Blackberry. When I get
a chance, I have to go back online to figure out exactly what work and
what does not for the iGo I got. I still don’t have charger for my
camera. Best Buy is next door. I went right to the camera department,
shown the store clerk my camera. He found exactly the right camera
charger, made by SONY, which said on the back that it is compatible to
SONY DSC-P9. I asked the clerk if I can open the package and tried it
on with my camera. He said ‘No’. I have to buy it first, if it does
not work, then return. So, disappointingly again when I got home, the
SONY made charger did not work for my camera. I have to go back to Best
Buy. The store clerk said that there is no more charger. I couldn’t
bear the thought that I would have to go to Europe without a camera.
The thought of getting a new camera came across my mind. I wasn’t sure
if I want to spend all that money. So, I searched again, and I found
it. This time, I was determined to try it first, before buying it. I
opened the package at the store, took a tip out, and wola, it worked!
Before I realized there were three security guards behind me. Well, of
course, they looked at me with suspicious eyes, with gesture that they
were ready to arrest me. I explained to them that I had to try the
goods before I bought it, because I was not going to return the goods
again. Well, luckily, this one really fitted. They escorted me to the
store clerk for me to pay for the product. Got the goods, tried it at
home, I was finally relieved. I still did not simplify packing of
chargers. I packed the iGo, with tip for the blackberry. I really
don’t need to bring along the iGo. I just want to bring along, so that
I can try out the charger to make sure all work. I also packed the
charger for my digital camera, which can also be used for my camcorder
(if the transformer works). I brought the camcorder charger anyway, in
case the charger for camera/ camcorder does not work. And, thank god I
packed it, since that charger actually works for 220V. Of course, I
still brought the blackberry charger, since it got international
interchangeable plugs, and the charger for my laptop, iPod, and my cell
phone. So, I actually did not simply all the charger packing. Oh, I
also packed the transformer.

live security cameras online
live security cameras online

D-Link DCS-930L mydlink-Enabled Wireless N Network Camera
D-link DCS-930L Surveillance/Network Camera DCS-930L Surveillance & Network Cameras

Stay connected to everything that you love 24/7 with the D-Link DCS-930L Wireless-N network camera, which is compatible with the mydlink portal (–allowing you to easily and securely view and manage the camera from virtually anywhere over the Internet. With its small size and easy installation, the DCS-930L is a discreet and flexible way to check on your home, children, or pets in real time–even on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
D-Link DCS-930L setup
The DCS-930L is ready to be viewed over the Internet in just three simple steps (see larger image).
Simply connect the cables, plug in the camera, run the short installation wizard and setup is complete. To view what the camera is seeing, simply log on to, choose your device, and start viewing–there is no need to configure your router to open up ports or remember hard-to-memorize Internet addresses.
D-Link DCS-930L
The D-Link DCS-930L Wireless-N network camera.

D-Link DCS-930L
The portal.
Unlike a traditional USB-connected Webcam, the DCS-930L is a complete system with a built-in CPU and Web server that transmits high quality video images for security and surveillance directly to the network without the need for a PC. Simple installation and an intuitive Web-based interface offer easy integration with your Ethernet or Wireless-N (802.11n) wireless network.
Key Features
Wireless N connectivity for superior wireless performance, clarity, and coverage
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Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) for secure, simple 1-button setup
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Easily view and manage your camera from
Sleek and compact design that fits in the smallest corners of your home
Wireless Connectivity
Ready to use in 3 simple steps
Works with the mydlink iPhone app for on-the go viewing

Convenient Access, Anywhere, Anytime
As a mydlink-enabled device, you can access the DCS-930L anytime, anywhere you have Internet access. Get peace of mind by keeping an eye on your kids, pets, home or office from almost anywhere by simply logging on to the mydlink Website and selecting your camera. Since the DCS-930L comes with a built-in microphone, you can see and hear for yourself that everything is well at home.
Camera Management
For advanced users who want more out of their camera, the DCS-930L also comes with D-Link D-ViewCam management software, which offers a host of features including the ability to record directly from the camera to a local hard drive, trigger motion detection, set recording schedules, set e-mail alert notifications. It even provides support for up to 32 cameras, so you can monitor an entire mansion.
D-ViewCam also allows you to upload a floor plan of your home or small business and create a realistic layout of where your cameras are located, providing you with better access to your camera. For even greater recording flexibility, you can record video directly to a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device, eliminating the need for a dedicated computer to store video.
D-Link DCS-930L iPhone app
Download the mydlink iPhone app remote monitoring wherever you roam.
mydlink Makes It Easy
To make home monitoring a truly simple experience, D-Link created so you can access your live camera feed from any Internet-connected computer or mobile device, anytime. All mydlink-enabled cameras can be viewed and managed on your personal mydlink portal, so you can enjoy the freedom of remote monitoring on your terms.
Other members of the mydlink family of network cameras include the DCS-932L which also connects wired or wirelessly and includes night vision capabilities up to 15 feet in complete darkness.
Home Monitoring Goes Mobile
With the mydlink iPhone app, you can quickly and easily view your camera feed from anywhere with Wi-Fi or 3G connection. No more guessing what’s going on at your house while you’re away. Thanks to this app, you can monitor on-the-go… even if you don’t have access to a computer. Simply download the free mydlink iPhone app and you’re all set to see live video feeds or capture pictures to share with friends and family.
Getting Started Is Easy Think home surveillance is too difficult to set up? Think again. D-Link’s mydlink-enabled network cameras were designed to be installed by people just like you–not IT experts. You’ll be surprised how easily and quickly your network cameras will be up and running–ready to connect you to your home, ready to monitor what matters most, ready to deliver priceless peace of mind.
Connect the camera to your existing Wi-Fi network.
Run the short installation wizard on your PC.
Log into to see and hear what’s going on in your home in real time–it’s that simple.
What’s in the Box
Wireless N Network Camera; CAT5 Ethernet cable; power adapter; camera base and mounting kit; quick installation guide; CD-ROM (with software and product documentation)
Video features: Adjustable image size and quality; time stamp and text overlay; flip and Mirror
Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2, Mac OS X(v10.4)
Web browser: Internet Explorer v6.0 or above, Firefox 3.5 or above, Safari 4, Chrome, Java
Wireless connectivity: 802.11b/g/n Wireless with WEP/WPA/WPA2 security
Wired connectivity: 10/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet
Digital zoom: Up to 4x
View angle: Horizontal — 45.3 degrees; Vertical — 34.5 degrees; Diagonal — 54.9 degrees
Network protocol: IPV4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP; DHCP Client; NTP Client (D-Link); DNS Client; DDNS Client (Dynds and D-Link); SMTP Client; FTP Client; HTTP Server