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Jonathan Takiff writes about technology for the Inquirer.
Hungry for musical adventure? Gather some favorite tunes, preferably on CD or vinyl, and saunter over to Community Audio, 8020 Germantown Ave., in Chestnut Hill.
How paranoid are we? Seriously, you might decide, after shopping the big-box store shelves clogged with home security cameras. Not long ago, snoop cams were mostly the province of such specialty companies as Swann that market hard-wired, CCTV (closed-circuit television) cameras and time-lapse video recorders to shopkeepers and large estate owners. (A four- to eight-camera Swann system goes for $160 to $700, plus display screen and installation.)