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  • Monitor Everything Related To Your Home….All Online

    [caption id="attachment_9925" align="alignleft" width="369"]Tom Coates, of San Francisco, uses Twitter to monitor the home automation in his home. Tom Coates, of San Francisco, uses Twitter to monitor the home automation in his home.[/caption]

    Did you forget to turn the lights off before you left for work? Maybe you left the heat running all weekend while you were about to board a plane and leave for vacation? Or maybe you're searching for a new apartment and don't want to go through the hassle of finding one. Whatever problem you're having with your house, there is a solution....it's called home automation.

    Check out this interesting story from The New York Times that discusses how home automation has really come in handy for a lot people.

    They are questions that can upend a workday without warning: did you remember to turn the stove off? Did you leave the air-conditioning on? Did the house burn down? These quotidian worries, banal but sometimes all-consuming, have nagged at generations of homeowners and renters.

    Now, both supergeeks and mere mortals are using the Internet and high-tech solutions to deal with the challenges of home life, from finding a landlord to prevailing in a battle with one, as well as receiving reassurance from afar that, yes, you remembered to close the garage door.

    In San Francisco, a homeowner gave his house a Twitter account that posts an update when there is unanticipated movement on the first floor, and welcomes him home when he walks through the door. A tech-savvy renter in Philadelphia programmed a gadget to chart how often the temperature in his apartment changed, and proved to his incredulous landlord that the air-conditioner was not, in fact, functional.

    In New York, apartment seekers are turning to a website that lets them remotely hire people to do the tedious work of finding a livable apartment in a city not long on them.

    Read more at The New York Times

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