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    A freely available, open source Windows application that lets almost anyone use their computer to do stuff automatically across all their devices. Just select an event (e.g. your favorite stock hit a trigger value, a change in the weather, say something to your Kinect, etc.) and then select a reaction (e.g. advance a PowerPoint slide, turn on a lamp, start playing a movie, etc.), and within seconds, you have a connection running.

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    [YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGB4yBoX[/YT]

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    clicking the link I get a malformed video message on my desktop.
  3. cedarlog's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfa1 View Post
    clicking the link I get a malformed video message on my desktop.
    fix it
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    I think the program has absolutely amazing potential! However... I cannot find the "Mayhem Remote" app in the Windows Marketplace, Android Market (now Google Play), or Apple's App Store...

    Anyone found these apps yet??
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    Wow!!! This adds so much potential!

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