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Using Siri to turn on the Christmas lights

by Volker Weber

Say "Send a message to Santa Claus saying turn on the Christmas lights", acknowledge that Siri understood the message, and let the recipe work its magic. Within about 10 to 15 seconds, the tree or your outside lights will pop on.

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Wir warten auf den Testbericht von vowe ... ;-)

Tobias Vogel, 2012-12-06 13:57

Irgendwie erinnert mich das an den feinen Unterschied zwischen Sinn- und Nutzlosigkeit, den Messner bei Lanz neulich erläutert hat ;-)

Thomas Merchel, 2012-12-06 14:02

Naja @Thomas,

manchmal sollen Sachen auch einfach nur Spaß machen ... und die ganz jungen Digital Natives mit Santa Clause überraschen zu können hat schon irgendwie was.

Abgesehen dass die großen Spielkinder auch ihren Spaß haben ;-)

Harald Gaerttner, 2012-12-06 14:40

Ich habe versucht das meiner Frau zu erklären und ihr fielen auf Anhieb drei billigere und unkompliziertere Möglichkeiten ein, die Kids zu beeindrucken :-)
Aber das ganze hat durchaus was.

Thomas Merchel, 2012-12-07 11:35

Leider funktionieren die IFTTT-SMS Channel in Deutschland nicht, oder ist das nur in meinem speziellen Fall so?!

Marten Andresen, 2012-12-07 22:09

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