The many uses of the internet

Hey CNSII’ites. This is just a small message to say thank you for all the support I’ve received so far, and to inform you of the subject of an upcoming article we are preparing. In it, we discuss many of the different and fantastic uses that the internet has – from finding your ancestors to finding and locating the best local services for your home. It is going to be a bit of a mammoth read so please do what you need to do to prepare yourself for it.

A better way to keep your precious items safe

CNSII has returned to bring some great content to you on this winter eve. I love surfing the web in fact it’s one of my favourite past times. I like spending time researching brand new and innovative inventions and state of the art products.

Recently I stumbled upon a page detailing an interesting new idea that hasn’t actually been released officially yet. I’ll try my best to explain exactly what it does in this post. If you want to learn and find out more, then I’ll be leaving a link to it towards the end of this post.

It is essentially a padlock that has many other capabilities that makes it much more useful than any normal padlock. Generally I’m a pretty big fan of padlocks. They have so many different uses and can be used on many different appliances and possessions.

Personally I use one on my caravan, and one a cupboard in our kitchen where we keep sweets and crisps. This is to keep my kids from breaking into it believe it or not. I’ve also got many friends that use them on things such as motorcycles and safes about the house.

Anyway, every standard padlock has its strengths but all of them have one major weakness. They don’t entirely protect your things. They can ultimately be broken into with enough effort.

So what do you do when your padlock gets broken into and your possessions are exposed? There isn’t much you can do at all to be perfectly honest. Wouldn’t it be good if you could do something about it as it is happening?

Well now that is exactly possible. An inspirational team have developed a new lock that harnesses the power of technology to deliver a phone message as soon as someone tries to force it open.

Let me explain this in more detail. Whenever someone was to attempt to break into your lock or force it open, the lock would sense this and instantly send you a message or phone call. This is amazing as it means you can react to the situation as it is happening. Imaging how many burglaries this thing could prevent. So if you want high security padlocks you now know where to go!

Please let me know what you think of it too.

You’ve entered the system

Welcome to CNSII – the Central Nervous System of Internet Information. It might sound like quite a confusing name to you, but the purpose of this new blog is supply you, the reader, with new information about the nature of the internet. We’ll be making insights into how our use of the internet is slowly changing and commenting on new trends and practices across the net.