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Flowroute, a SIP service provider, recently enabled SMS on all of their phone numbers (DIDs). This means that if you have a DID from Flowroute, your phone number can now be used to send and receive SMS messages. This article will show you how you can receive those SMS messages with Perl. (You can skip… Continue reading Receiving SMS from Flowroute with Perl
Long ago, in a world much different from today, one could check 411.com, anywho, and even google for Caller ID names. Those days are gone my friends. It’s slowly becoming a pay to play world… I just played with a solution from OpenCNAM that was pretty freaking simple. There’s a negative — it ain’t free.… Continue reading OpenCNAM for Asterisk cidnam lookup
Ann Arbor DDA, you massively fail. If you were a ship, you’d be the titanic… Can you believe in today’s world that a government agency would conspire and discuss the control of public information? What if that information was a top secret as… parking space availability? I’ve posted an article on VoIP Tech Chat detailing… Continue reading Ann Arbor Blocks My Parking App
Some of the local papers / sites picked up the Parking Space story… check it out: Ann Arbor Chronicle HD Teeter Talk Ann Arbor News Arbor Update 🙂
Ok, if you use Asterisk (or a Do It Yourself type VoIP service), you sometimes do not receive the CNAM (think Caller ID with Name data) from your carrier. Well, since geeks like information and anything “free,” there’s a simple way to use the internet to do a reverse number lookup query. So, if you’re… Continue reading Geeky Item of the Day – Free CNAM
I have a new phone on my desk (or as Yeni calls it, the mesk). Why mesk? Combines messy and desk… but I digress (as usual). As I was saying, I recently purchased a Polycom Soundpoint IP 450 phone. The phone is great — small foot print, clean, great speakerphone, and enables HD Voice. HD… Continue reading Geeky Item of the Day