April 6, 2007, Newsletter Issue #58: Multiple Computer Weather Stations

Tip of the Week

Your home computer links up with your work computer. Now you have to be careful that the boss doesn't find out about your new obsession: viewing your home PC weather station on your work computer.

A safer bet for your job is setting up another home computer or laptop and installing the software on both so that you can view updated weather data hourly, chart rainfall from your self-emptying rain collector, and decide whether you should get to work early to beat the early morning rain.

When you arrive at the office, you might even have time to check in on your PC weather station remotely. We recommend, though, that you do this when you're traveling on business and not when your boss needs to get that business loan application processed for a major client. Otherwise, monitoring weather at work may mean the boss is monitoring you.

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