Daily Tip: How to use your iPhone to alert you to power failures
Concerned by recent earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados and other natural disasters and wondering how to use your iPhone to alert you to the power failures that might come with them? If it's something as important as your sump pump or home medical equipment, you really don't want to take chances. Luckily our very own podcast co-host, Seth Clifford put his geeky mind to it and came up with a sweet iPhone solution!
Grab Blackout Alarm via the link below, and read the rest of Seth's article for the details!
[Blackout Alarm (opens in new tab), SethClifford.me]
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It's not stupid! Our power goes off all the time. Darn squirrels! No one wants to oversleep on a work day. I hope the alarm isn't too blaring.
Yep. Fortunately there isn't any law protecting squirrels where I am. I always got my rifle ready if any get near my place
What a STUPID app, plug your phone into the wall during a storm so if lightning hits your phone will get fried. Try using a cheap lightbulb instead, if the light goes out....