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Homeland Security monitoring technology comes home

Using web-enabled cameras for monitoring your home is certainly taking off in popularity. Amazon recently sent me an email listing a number of options, but none that I judged better than the Astak Mole, which I recently wrote about.

But I did notice, in Macworld magazine, an ad for the Archerfish Camera System. This one caught my eye because it offers a battery-powered option, is more stylish than most cameras, and claims to include "homeland security" technology that minimizes false alarms from its motion-sensing function. It claims to be able to distinguish when a person or car has set off the sensor, as opposed to a pet or passing cloud.

See their website for details. Unfortunately the camera is priced in the typical $400 range, but if you want to purchase one, definitely check out the Amazon listing which offers a steep discount.

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