No pay for cams
HOW IT WORKSWhen Nest Cam detects motion activity you'll receive alerts on your smartphone. Hamlyn-Harris does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond the academic appointment above.I had responded to the commenter with a statement about the lack of evidence for naturopathy, which was a system of medicine overwhelmingly supported by the other commenters, and that there was no evidence at all to support the notion that public funding of CAM would save money.This is not a new suggestion, however, and if this presentation at the IN-CAM Research Symposium in Toronto in November is any indication, this is just the beginning of the discussion of whether Canadian public health insurance plans should cover CAM treatments.So I was fascinated to hear about a much less expensive Wi-Fi enabled action camera from Vivitar - the DVR794HD (US, £75.99), and quite happy when the venerable camera and accessory manufacturer offered to send a review unit, even when it's not available yet in the US.Read along to see how the DVR794HD works (or doesn't...) in the Apple ecosystem.I could hear them through Nest Cam and talk back (with a slight lag) via its microphone, which I could access from an app on my phone.That freaked my kids out at first, but then they thought it was neat.
In my case, that meant positioning Nest Cam on top of a piano in my living room, a vantage point where I could make sure Sadie, my dog, wasn't misbehaving or depressed. I peeked in on my kids who were home on summer break, and saw them watching a movie when I would have preferred that they were playing outdoors.But who should pay for the upkeep of other areas, those owned by the landlord but used jointly by tenants and their customers? Fair costs for tenants Tenants will generally agree to share the cost of maintenance and repair of the parking lot (including lighting and landscaping), the sidewalks, the enclosed malls, and public amenities like restrooms.These areas are clearly used by the tenants' customers.I had a notion that my response on the Green Party website was correct, but I had not reviewed the literature.Risking madness, I decided to take a quick look at the trends in economic research and CAM and see if my notion was correct.