Dear Lifehacker, I want to set up some basic home automation tasks but I've never done anything like this before. How do I get started? For that matter, what kind of things can I do and how much should I reasonably expect to pay?
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Home Automation Benefits (Infographic)
Our homes are going to become only smarter in the future. You don’t have to be a technical genius to automate things around your home. My Alarm Center has put together an infographic that covers the benefits of home automation:
Transform Your Digs into a Home of the Future, DIY-Style
"Hacker Ryan of the blog Studio Lights created the iKitchen with a handy iPhone-like interface that can track a kitchen database with a barcode scanner, manage to-do lists, recipes, and plenty more" (Thorin Klosowski of LifeHacker).