Secure Google-Free Baby Cam using an old Android Phone

Written by max on November 3, 2013

Introduction

Chances are if you are geeky enough to be reading this blog post, you have a couple old Android devices laying around. Even if you don’t, I guarantee you know someone who does. Older smart phones have high-resolution cameras and wifi radios, why not use them as baby monitors? This isn’t a new idea, there are many apps in the Play Store (market) that let you do just this.

What I add here are two things :

Running the Android phone

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Phone + Endomondo + Google Earth = Geeks Workout

Written by max on May 9, 2010

Overview

Let’s say you want to track a run, hike or bike using your smart phone and GPS. Now let’s say you want to brag about it on facebook, store stats, and then make little fly-over tours in Google Earth.

Enter EndoMondo a web site for tracking such things using GPS. It has the best GPS logger for Android as far as I can tell, and also has clients for “Android, Blackberry, iPhone, Java, Symbian S60, Windows Mobile 6.1 and

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