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Re: Perl of the Future

by thraxil (Prior)
on Dec 02, 2003 at 16:29 UTC ( #311675=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl of the Future

you can control this stuff with Perl!

the BottleRocket library for controlling X10 equipment includes a perl module wrapper.

if X10 weren't such an annoying company (pop-up adds, spy camera adds of a dubious nature, pushy sales tactics, general sliminess, etc), i'd be all over this stuff.

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Re: Re: Perl of the Future
by bassplayer (Monsignor) on Dec 02, 2003 at 16:41 UTC
    Thanks. ybiC was kind enough to point me to this as well. It is cool to see this stuff around. I agree about the shadiness of X10, especially the spy-cam ads of inevitably sexual nature. I actually used to have a bunch of their modules back around 1988, and I controlled them with my Macintosh 512k. All very automated, but I didn't write a line of code. I was mainly hoping to foster fun and imaginative answers with this node, such as Abigail-II's. For me, I'd have my fridge detect low beer counts and food near the spoiling point. Perhaps have a bio-scanner to detect when I need another beer or some coffee...


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