Author: Bob Mesnik

Technical Jokes and Cartoons Jokes-89

What’s the most terrifying word in nuclear physics?
Oops

“I was studying frequency in my physics class. Now my brain Hertz.”

Where does bad light end up?
In prism.

Why is electricity an ideal citizen?
Because it conducts itself so well.

Physics is the science where it takes long, complicated equations to explain why round balls roll.

I poured root beer in a square glass.
Now I just have beer.

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How the IP Camera Works

The Components of the IP Camera

IP Camera Components
How the IP Camera Works

An IP camera is a surveillance video camera that attaches to the network and is part of an IP Camera System. The cameras are an essential part of the physical security systems and are used in business, government, and educational institutions worldwide. Over the years, they have played a vital role in ensuring safety in all our organizations.

This tutorial describes how the IP camera works.

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Security Questions and Answers

Security Q&A

Security Systems
Security Systems

How can we make our lives safer? That’s the critical question asked by all security personnel. How can we prevent dangerous people from entering our facilities? Can we reduce the crime at our schools? Can we quickly notify the police when danger threatens? These questions and others are on the top of our minds.

This article provides some of the questions people have asked and provides their answers.

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Technical Jokes and Cartoons Jokes-88

Some Bar Jokes

The past, present, and future walk into a bar.

It was tense.

An amnesiac walks into a bar.

He goes up to a beautiful blonde and says, “So, do I come here often?”

A screwdriver rolls into a bar.

The bartender says, “Hey, we have a drink named after you!”

The screwdriver squeals, “You have a drink named Philip??”

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IP Intercoms for Controlling the Door

IP Intercoms Are Used for Visitor Control

Intercoms for Door Control
Intercoms for Door Control

With all the scary news about disturbed people entering organizations, we have been tasked to improve security. IP Intercoms can make this job more manageable. We use door access control to allow entry of the people we know, but intercoms are essential for monitoring visitors. IP camera systems increase the security at the doors by enabling the security person to see who is at the door. All these systems work together to create a more secure environment.

This article focuses on how IP intercoms are used to handle visitors.

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Door Readers for Everyone

Comparison of Door Readers Used in Access Control Systems

Door Readers for Access Control
r Readers for Access Control

A door reader is an integral part of a door access control system. It is the interface between the person at the door and the rest of the access control system.

We have come a long way since the early magnetic stripe cards. The new door readers can read RFID card credentials, mobile phone credentials, and biometric credentials. Some of the door readers are combinations of a reader and a controller. This means that all the intelligence is built into the reader at the door. This reader-controller connects to the network.

This article provides a comparison of available door access control readers.

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Technical Jokes and Cartoons Jokes-87

I asked my date to meet me at the gym, but she never showed up. I guess the two of us aren’t going to work out.

Air used to be free at the gas station, and now it’s $1.50. Do you know why?
Inflation.

My girlfriend is the square root of -100. She’s a perfect 10, but purely imaginary.

My wife said I was immature. So, I told her to get out of my fort.

I used to run a dating service for chickens. But I was struggling to make hens meet.

My uncle named his dogs Rolex and Timex. They’re his watch dogs!

I think my wife is putting glue on my antique weapons collection. She denies it but I’m sticking to my guns!

What do you call a violent breakfast food?
A cereal killer.

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How IP Cameras, Access Control, and Intercoms Enhance Security

Creating Rings of Defense

Rings of Security
Rings of Security

The news is filled with stories about criminal activity that affect our safety and security. Disturbed people have attacked houses of worship, schools, and businesses. Organized criminals have been implicated in smash and grab intrusions in retail stores. Surveillance cameras provided by IP camera systems have helped catch the criminals, but what can we do to prevent the intrusions. This article describes the proactive measures we can take to make life safer.

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The Evolution of IP Camera Systems

New Developments in IP Camera Systems Make You Safer

Over the last 20 years, much has changed in the security market, yet many things stay the same. IP camera systems, door access control, and IP intercoms provide the primary security systems, but many organizations have not implemented many innovations that make organizations safer.

One example is the use of intelligent cameras in IP camera systems. Many places have continued to use the old methodology established many years ago.

This article provides a review of the changes in IP camera technology and how the increased capability can enhance your security.

Analog Steampunk Camera
Analog Steampunk CCTV Camera
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Technical Jokes and Cartoons-86

Children Are Always Interesting

TEACHER: Why are you late?

STUDENT: Class started before I got here.


TEACHER: John, why are you doing your math multiplication on the floor?

JOHN: You told me to do it without using tables.


TEACHER: Glenn, how do you spell ‘crocodile?’

GLENN: K-R-O-K-O-D-I-A-L’

TEACHER: No, that’s wrong

GLENN: Maybe it is wrong, but you asked me how I spell it.

(I Love this child)

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