ON and OFF
Do you think
I’m writing this during the
If you know an interesting way to turn something on or off (people, animals, cars, radios, TVs, etc.), you’re more than welcome to send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This researcher works on ways to control systems with facial expressions. He and his colleagues have developed a way to control an MP3 player with chewing movements and a second system that uses the temple muscles. This last one attracted quite some interest in 2008 on the internet under the name Kome-Kami switch.
A news item in French can be found here: http://www.elektor.fr/nouvelles/telecommande-par-clignements-des-yeux.600651.lynkx
I reflashed a router to a linux server. He is doing my webserver, mails, back-up server tetc.
- the time (from the internet)
- day and night to switch on the lights
See the developments http://edimax.geens.nl/001.hardware/020.Patches/111.lichtschakelaar/
I would think that if Edison used a switch in his experiments and/or apparatus, it would have been a knife switch. In the early part of the century when Edison done most of his work, the knife switch was the most popular type available to both the experimenter and to industry. Therefore, it stands to reason that Edison too would have used this type of switch.
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