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Hi All, I'm in the process of making new LED strip lights for my awning. I am following a fab tutorial on making them provided by Dan Trudgian. I know many would have seen this awesome project. What I need help with is some how modifying my current awning/door light which is 12v so I can plug in the new awning strip lights. Can I simply wire them to the Bulb connectors? As most of the Led strips are made using 2. 1mm DC Sockets and Cables could it be posible to use the bulb terminals and install a female 2. 1mm DC socket to the underside of the light. I hope this makes sense! The current door light looks like the attached photo. Any help will be appreciated!
http://www. bbc. co. uk/news/technology-21304049 Time to change your password? People should be cautious about opening emails which appear to be from Twitter. "You have to be careful if you get hold of one of these emails because, of course, it could equally be a phishing attack - it could be someone pretending to be Twitter. "So, log into the Twitter site as normal and try and log in to your account and, if there's a problem, that's when you actually have to try and reset your password." Another expert in online security, Professor Alan Woodward from the University of Surrey, warned users to be wary of messages sent them by the hackers via Twitter itself. "They can then send what's called direct messages," he said. "They can put malicious links in those."