Episode: CocoaRadio @ Macworld with Alberto Ricci of OvoLab


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CocoaRadio @ Macworld with Alberto Ricci of OvoLab

OvoLab is the creator of the OS X telephony client, Phlink. Alberto Ricci traveled to Macworld from Torino, Italy to show off their latest version. You can link up your home phone line (old school or VoIP) to a USB powered adaptor available from OvoLab.

Phlink has extensive Applescript support for you home automation junkies and now supports recording of all conversations on your home phone line...hrmm.

Phlink Calllog-1-1

Some other really cool things you can do with Phlink:
- Receive faxes using pagesender
- Interact with FileMaker databases over the phone
- Control your house remotely with Indigo
- Take camera snapshots remotely with EvoCam

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