Wireless Wall Switch

wireless wall switch
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • radio: medium for communication
  • transmission by radio waves
  • Adopt a new policy, position, way of life, etc
  • Change the position, direction, or focus of
  • substitution: an event in which one thing is substituted for another; "the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
  • Adopt (something different) in place of something else; change
  • switch over: change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence
  • control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
  • A side of a building or room, typically forming part of the building's structure
  • Any high vertical surface or facade, esp. one that is imposing in scale
  • A continuous vertical brick or stone structure that encloses or divides an area of land
  • surround with a wall in order to fortify
  • anything that suggests a wall in structure or function or effect; "a wall of water"; "a wall of smoke"; "a wall of prejudice"; "negotiations ran into a brick wall"
  • an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"

the answer is wireless electricity
the answer is wireless electricity
(RPI) – A student at SUNY-Binghamton has made a breakthrough discovery that could transform the way electric power is distributed. According to Jim Bredway, a sophomore physics major on academic suspension, his epiphany came Saturday night with a group of colleagues who had gathered to critique the new Pearl Jam CD at the off-campus apartment of his girlfriend Beth Greenway, a sophomore accounting major also on academic suspension. “I was surfing the Net on my wireless notebook pulling up the Natalie Portman rap video and suddenly it hit me,” said Bredway. “We can use wireless technology to distribute electricity!” Bredway expects to publish his findings in an upcoming issue of the peer-review journal “High Times.” Bredway’s colleagues were at first dismissive of his findings. “He just went on and on and on about it, and I kept telling him to shut up and just take another hit from the bong,” said Beth. “Now I feel really guilty. He’s brilliant really.” Friends concur. “Jim’s always coming up with these amazing ideas,” said Jeff Trudd, a junior middie on the lacrosse team serving a 1-year suspension for failing a random drug test. “He’s come up with everything from dissolving tea bags to do-it-yourself ice hangers. He’ll probably win the Noble prize someday.” Jennie Anderson, a 6th-year senior ecology major with a city planning minor, immediately saw the transformative benefits. “All those people who won’t live in the desert because there’s like no air conditioning. This now makes it possible,” she said. “Someday because of Jim, where there were once barren, unpopulated seas of sand and camels, there’ll be seas of high-rise condos and Starbucks. And to think I was there when it happened.” Experts say that if the problem of interference with airline guidance systems could be solved, the breakthrough could instantaneously extend the benefits of electric power to remote parts of Africa, Asia and Delaware. “It’s all about the electro magnetic radiation,” said Frank Redstone, a former pole climber for the Binghamton Electric Authority, now serving 6 months of house arrest after purchasing medical marijuana to “alleviate discomfort from toenail fungus” from an online DEA sting operation. “But it could be overcome by switching all airline navigation and communication systems to the national grid of ground-based semaphore relay towers that I came up with back when I was still on campus.” Starbucks shares were up 5 ? in after-hours trading on the news. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- utility pole and wires, Schulykill Expressway, King of Prussia, PA. For the record, although it may be hard to believe, the only drug I do is nicotine. Just never went there growing up. Tried it after college, got high twice, and found out my brain just isn't wired for it. First time was with an old girlfriend in NYC, where for about 30 minutes I was convinced that Beverly Hills 90210 was the funniest show ever to air on television...followed by an incredibly bad panic attack of record-breaking duration and intensity. And the other was at a friends house in Philly watching a bootleg tape of a Sisters of Mercy concert. Whoever took it must've been right in the front row and the show had a ton of stage smoke. The only thing you could see were these billowy walls of smoke that were occassionally punctured by the appearance of Andrew Eldridge's head for about 10 seconds before he'd disappear. I thought this was the best concert film I had ever seen....and then I went home and had another incredibly bad panic attack. I just wish that I had a similar experience when I tried my first cigarette.
Wireless Toys - 049/365
Wireless Toys - 049/365
My new toy showed up in the mail today! If you don't recognize them, these are a transmitter and receiver that make up a wireless flash trigger. I've been working more and more with off-camera flash lately but feeling pretty limited by the three foot cable I've been using. So with these in place I will now be able to set up the flash on a stand and move wherever I want with the camera. Now I really need to make some kind of a soft-box for the strobe... These aren't the fanciest things in the world, and the construction less then top-end, but for $20 shipped I think I am going to be very happy. Even with an occasional miss-fire, if I am so unlucky, I think it will still be opening many new doors for me. They don't support the fancy automatic flash metering that the camera provides, but I've been learning to use the manual flash settings anyway. Part of my intention on this p365 journey is to really advance my lighting skills, and this is just one more step closer to that goal. I never had to worry much about these things when I was shooting landscapes. Shot with the 50mm lens, Speedlite on 1/64 (at the end of a cable) bounced off the walls of the light box, several room lights overhead. (In hindsight I should have switched with different lens to avoid the shallow field of focus. That's nice for an artsy touch, but from a "product" perspective the product itself should be sharp throughout.)

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