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without all of the forced and painful slog inducing nonsense so typical of the daily NYT efforts. We are probably stuck with it until there is a change of the guard at The Times. This also sheds some new light on Rex's pretty much daily ranting and ravings which in some respects are a public service. As an advanced beginner at best myself, I frequently wondered why the NYT puzzles are so consistently, well dumb. Now I know. This feels like an offshoot of Sunday's puzzle with common phrases reimagined as expressions of a certain trade or activity. The choices here do seem old fashioned, as if they were lifted from a "Highlights for Children" magazine, but I enjoyed the fact that the grid was a bit crunchier than the usual Tuesday. Write overs included "adage" before MORAL, "adieu" before ADIOS, "am too" before IS TOO, and "hemp" before HERB. VROOM appears for at least the second time in recent days as does ATHOS, SEL, PEP, and the ever recurring, ever irritating APSE. Interesting that today's pan from Rex is offset by a top rating POW!from Jeff Chen. In my opinion, neither is accurate.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

8. They may pick up smoke that originated in other places or the fresh air might obscure the reading, preventing the device from setting off when it should. Install them on a high wall or in the ceiling because smoke and fire rises. Having mentioned price, you might as well consider testing one of these so called smart smoke detectors. Some of these can be turned off by waving your arm at it in case it is accidentally set off. These smart detectors also give out a preliminary warning tone that tells you there’s smoke somewhere in the house, and gives you a chance to act.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

To make it easier, here are the best home security cameras that you can buy right now. This is another thing people want their wireless camera to do—watch things inside during the day, and keep an eye on what’s going on outside after dark. But this rarely works. Most indoor security cameras will pick up glares and reflections when aimed out a window. This obscures the outside view, making it useless. If both outdoor and indoor security are a priority for you, we recommend getting the right type of camera for each area. You may be able to find an indoor camera that claims to be specifically designed to minimize the glare and reflection of a window, but be sure to read a lot of customer reviews to verify that those claims are accurate. Netatmo is a French startup founded in 2011, making them one of the newer smart home companies around. They have 1. 3 million active products all over the world including security systems, thermostats, and of course, cameras. Today we’ll be talking about Netatmo’s Welcome Indoor Security Camera.