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Even though my wife knows my phone

2024-01-27 19:15:02.55862+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Even though my wife knows my phone unlock code, connected devices and household services companies need to stop treating identity like everyone in a household shares a Facebook account...

In other news, our refrigerator is now hooked up to an OhmConnect switch.

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#Comment Re: Even though my wife knows my phone made: 2024-01-27 20:07:45.878404+01 by: meuon

Selling your NegaWatts Eh? I hope this goes well for you.

#Comment Re: Even though my wife knows my phone made: 2024-01-27 20:18:19.889318+01 by: Dan Lyke

So far it's a fun game, even if the dollars per effort is negligible. It'll be interesting to see what their switching control looks like.

One realization: we have been manually shutting off our Internet for these events, which means the smart switch won't work.

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