Apple didn’t put a little home in each of its stores, but TechCrunch reports, “Apple has unveiled interactive HomeKit experiences in 46 of its retail stores worldwide ... when you go into Apple’s new retail stores you’ll be able to use the Home app from either an Apple Watch, iPhone or iPad to control devices like the Philips Hue light bulb, the Hunter ceiling fan and many others.”
Dr. Foreman: The kid was just taking his calculus exam when all of a sudden he got nauseous and disoriented.
Dr. House: That’s the way calculus presents.
TIL that Season 8, Episode 1 of “House” is about mast cell disease. I found that tidbit in a great little book titled, My Crazy Life: A Humorous Guide to Understanding Mast Cell Disorders.
This map from this medium.com article shows the most expensive housing markets in the United States. (Which helps to explain why some seemingly average-looking homes in Colorado are so expensive.)
Here’s an article about “bestie” friends who built a row of small houses next to each other.
This pictorial shows a series of images where a man is working on a project to use a Tesla battery pack custom to power an “off-grid solar power setup.” After reviewing the images, follow the link in the first paragraph of the pictorial to learn more about what he’s doing.
dwell magazine is my favorite magazine about houses and home design. They have a lot of good articles about modern architecture, cool prefab homes, energy efficiency, and much more.
“LivingHomes creates environmentally friendly prefabricated houses with an emphasis on design. The C6 is their newest, most affordable model, and also their greenest. It’s Energy Star® certified, designed for LEED Platinum certification, minimizes indoor air pollution and uses less energy, water and material resources than most built-from-the-ground-up homes.”