TURN YOUR HOME SWEET HOME INTO AN AUTOMATED, EVIL GENIUS PARADISE! Your home may be your castle-but can it cook your dinner? Well, with the help of 25 Home Automation Projects for the Evil Genius, you can teach it to do just that, along with dozens of other affordable, enjoyable things that will transform your humble abode into a wickedly automated living environment. But fear not-you don't need an engineering degree to complete the projects in this book. That's because technology maven Jerri L. Ledford skillfully provides you with a firm understanding of the basic wiring, networking, and equipment demands for home automation. She then leads you step by step through each application, offering clearly worded and heavily diagramed guidance that will truly satisfy your inner Evil Genius. With the help of just a few household tools, you'll be able to bring info-age automation to: Indoor and outdoor lighting Security and surveillance Climate regulation Entertainment systems Personal reminders Plant care Remote monitoring of kids and pets Keyless entry Wireless TV And many more! Plus, you'll gain access to discounts from a variety of home automation product manufacturers, to make your projects even more economical. With 25 Home Automation Projects for the Evil Genius, easy living is now automatic!
|Publication date:||10th January 2007|
|Author:||Jerri L. Ledford|
|Publisher:||TAB Books Inc an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe|
Jerri Ledford (Magee, MS) is a freelance writer with more than 10 years experience. She's had more than 700 articles appear in publications such as Intelligent Enterprise, Network World, Information Security Magazine, TechNet Magazine, and others. In addition to covering all aspects of business technology, Jerri writes and teaches technology courses for consumers at both Hewlett-Packard and CNET, and has written several consumer books, including The Rational Guide to Preventing Identity Theft (Rational Press, 2005), Cut the Cord! The Consumer's Guide to VoIP (Course Technology - a division of PTR, 2005), and The Personal Cybersecurity Bible (Course Technology, 2005.)More About Jerri L. Ledford