Eduardo sez, "Students from the University of Illinois have launched a Kickstarter project for an internet of things garden control system. Their product, Plant Link, monitors the soil moisture level for individual plants and alerts gardeners when the plants need to be watered. Plant Link also has the ability to automatically water user's plants via a wireless valve that can be connected to an irrigation system. The 30 day long campaign has already raised over $55,000 of the $75,000 goal after 12 days on Kickstarter."
Motherboard’s Jason Koebler follows Kyle Wiens around the Electronics Reuse Conference — Burning Man for the service-people who fix your phones, laptops, and other devices — in New Orleans. Wiens is founder and CEO of Ifixit, whose mission is to tear down every single thing you own, write a repair manual for it, and source […]
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