alexander.froyseth at gmail.com
Tue May 13 16:35:58 CEST 2008
I have to go to the other side of the room to turn it off
It helps a bit
Mo Abrahams skrev:
> Sounds pretty cool, and I hope someone does it for the fun of trying it,
> but in the mean time do what I do... put your alarm on the opposite side
> of the bedroom so that you have to get up to turn it off anyway, and if
> you use your phone as your alarm, change the alarm tone every now and
> then, I get used to them and start incorporating them into my dreams.
> On Tue, 2008-05-13 at 14:49 +0200, Alexander Frøyseth wrote:
>> Hello again
>> I just have an idea for an nice addon or software (call it what you
>> want) to the alarmclock
>> Okey, let me tell a little story from real life.
>> Every day when I go to school, I have to wake up, and now I have 2
>> alarmclocks, but still I manage to oversleep. Soo what I was thinking
>> about was that I have to solve a puzzle to turn the alarmclock off, and
>> not just push a button. One possibility is a 4 bits jigsaw puzzle like this:
>> another, and perhaps an more easy to make is that the screen shows fours
>> digits that you have to click in right order to turn it off. Perhaps
>> like an antibot test on websites.
>> I am more as an web programmer, so I isent so good to program software.
>> NOTE: You have to have the choice to turn this on and off when you sets
>> the clock
>> Hope that someone think this is a good idea, and tries to program one.
>> Alexander Frøyseth
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