• Can I view IP surveillance cameras on an Iphone or Ipad?

    I am an installer, so this would be for aiming purposes. tired of using the netbook and wired connection to aim. Typically cameras are on a local network with dvr. Wondering if I could set up a wap and log onto the network using 3g and iphone or ipad browser to view these cams? mostly IQinvision, Panasonic, Pelco, some Mobotix
    I am an installer, so this would be for aiming purposes. tired of using the netbook and wired connection to aim. Typically cameras are on a local network with dvr. Wondering if I could set up a wap and log onto the network using 3g and iphone or ipad browser to view these cams? mostly IQinvision, Panasonic, Pelco, some Mobotix
    5 answers · Computer Networking · 7 years ago
  • Can I collect E.I. while going to college?

    I am 24, have been working full time since I was 18. I start classes in Red River College's heavy duty equipment mechanic course this september. Can I quit my full time job to collect E.I. while in college?
    I am 24, have been working full time since I was 18. I start classes in Red River College's heavy duty equipment mechanic course this september. Can I quit my full time job to collect E.I. while in college?
    1 answer · Law & Ethics · 8 years ago
  • Building a fermentation chamber (beer)?

    I have an old fridge which still works very well (just ugly) I would like to convert it into a fermentation chamber with both heating and cooling capabilities. What would I need to make the conversion? I'm looking to have the option of cooling to lager temps, and heating to ale temps (will be kept in my basement so not much heating power is... show more
    I have an old fridge which still works very well (just ugly) I would like to convert it into a fermentation chamber with both heating and cooling capabilities. What would I need to make the conversion? I'm looking to have the option of cooling to lager temps, and heating to ale temps (will be kept in my basement so not much heating power is required) Thanks.
    2 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 8 years ago
  • Primary fermentation (beer)?

    Ok, I have jumped into the art of brewing my own beer and have a quick question. The only decent place to keep my primary fermenter is in a room at 18c Will this affect the process? I understand yeast will become dormant if too cold... I also know that the heat produced during fermentation is enough to increase the temp a couple degrees. so if... show more
    Ok, I have jumped into the art of brewing my own beer and have a quick question. The only decent place to keep my primary fermenter is in a room at 18c Will this affect the process? I understand yeast will become dormant if too cold... I also know that the heat produced during fermentation is enough to increase the temp a couple degrees. so if 18c is too cold, what if I were to bring the temp up using a space heater to sort of jump start the show, let the chemical reaction produce heat, remove the space heater, and will it take care of it self from there? India Pale Ale. I'm reeeeeallly new at this... thanks!
    4 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 8 years ago
  • Lifting my 87 Chevy Blazer.?

    Just wondering how high I can lift my Blazer before I need to start in on dropping the drive-shaft? Also this will be my first lift, any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. I will most likely land up lifting her to the point where I need to drop the drive-shaft anyways... is there anything else I need to take into account? I know of... show more
    Just wondering how high I can lift my Blazer before I need to start in on dropping the drive-shaft? Also this will be my first lift, any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. I will most likely land up lifting her to the point where I need to drop the drive-shaft anyways... is there anything else I need to take into account? I know of several good names for parts, but none of the brands I should avoid lol... so if you have any advice on brands to steer clear of :) Thanks alot!
    3 answers · Chevrolet · 8 years ago
  • Can my dog be mentally retarded?

    Ok, I'm not trying to be funny, rude, or insensitive. I have a nearly 3 year old golden retriever, and I'm just wondering if its a possibility that he is "challenged"? When he was a pup he was my friends dog and was terribly treated. They would rarely walk him or even let him out into the tiny back-yard, had a feeding schedule... show more
    Ok, I'm not trying to be funny, rude, or insensitive. I have a nearly 3 year old golden retriever, and I'm just wondering if its a possibility that he is "challenged"? When he was a pup he was my friends dog and was terribly treated. They would rarely walk him or even let him out into the tiny back-yard, had a feeding schedule that was borderline cruel, and to top it off would regularly smoke cigarettes and pot with him in the room. When I moved into a home that would comfortably house 2 big dogs (I already had a chocolate lab) I went to my friends and basically took his dog, I couldn't handle seeing him treated the way he was, and my friend who was obviously not ready for a dog didn't object much. So that all being said, Ziggy (golden retriever) is by far the most... interesting dog I have ever encountered. He knows his name and can perform simple commands (sit, lay, stay, come) even opens a partly closed door with his paw instead of nudging with his nose. I can't really explain all the weird little things he does to make me think he is challenged, just he will take a long time to respond to things, is constantly walking into things, and will stare at seemingly nothing for a long time. maybe he is just weird, I don't know, but he has an amazing amount of love and desire to be loved. He is a great dog and I am happy to give him a good life, just wondering if its possible for him or dogs in general to be mentally retarded?
    16 answers · Dogs · 8 years ago
  • What should I do if my landlord takes me to court?

    I believe my landlord is going to take me to court if I refuse to give him extra money above the damage deposit he is not refunding. When I moved in to the house he is renting, we did not sign a lease, nor did he do a walk-through to check for existing damages. Now we have moved and he is trying to blame us for damages we did not do, and get us to... show more
    I believe my landlord is going to take me to court if I refuse to give him extra money above the damage deposit he is not refunding. When I moved in to the house he is renting, we did not sign a lease, nor did he do a walk-through to check for existing damages. Now we have moved and he is trying to blame us for damages we did not do, and get us to pay for any expenses involved. He has mentioned taking us to court over the matter, and since he is a lawyer, his costs will be very little. I cannot afford a lawyer to fight this slumlord. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated. Also if you know of a decent lawyer who deals with these cases, could you forward me their contact info? Thank-you.
    6 answers · Law & Ethics · 8 years ago
  • Frozen/Burst water pipes. Who is responsible, landlord or tenant?

    At the end of November, I contacted my landlord to give him one month notice we would no longer be renting his house (we had a verbal month-month lease agreement so 1 month is the required amount of notice to end our agreement). When I gave him the notice we were leaving, I also let him know that while I was still assuming responsibility for the... show more
    At the end of November, I contacted my landlord to give him one month notice we would no longer be renting his house (we had a verbal month-month lease agreement so 1 month is the required amount of notice to end our agreement). When I gave him the notice we were leaving, I also let him know that while I was still assuming responsibility for the month of December, the house would be vacant after the second week of December. We moved, everything was fine, and while nobody was living in the house, I still made sure to stop by everyday to check on it and make sure things were fine. Sure enough, on monday night after work I went by the old place to discover the furnace had stopped heating the house, it was an icebox, and all the pipes were frozen. The length of time from when I was last at the house until this discovery was about 31 hours (Sunday 4pm - Monday 11pm). The heat was left on, I didn't even turn the thermostat down. I immediately notified him of the situation, and turned off the water main since I assumed the pipes would be burst and begin hosing down the house when they thawed. He freaked out (obviously any homeowner in this situation would). But despite his show of emotion on Monday night, didn't get a furnace serviceman in until Thursday morning. Well the furnace is now up and running (faulty thermostat) and the pipes thawed (some burst) So all this being said, have I been negligent in any way? Is it possible for my landlord to come after me for the repair cost? I have also heard that in some cases the landlord got his insurance to cover it, who it turn sued the tenant. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Winnipeg, Manitoba.
    5 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 8 years ago