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Thu, Jul 31, 2014 9:12 AM
Obviously you could take your spare change to the bank and deposit it, but why do that when you could make some unique jewelry or home decorations?
HVAC heavyweight Honeywell unveils Lyric, an attractive and eager-to-adapt household thermostat with GPS-based functionality.
While his classmates were off doing who knows what during spring break, one Bard College student was busy converting an old school bus into a solar-powered micro-home.
In the bucolic exburbs of New York City, one of only 11 mass-produced homes designed by the legendary architect hits the market for the very first time.
Unlike incandescent 3-way bulbs that really only have 2 discernible levels of brightness, the 3-way Cree LED boats a trio of brightness levels that you can actually see.
Video: The Peaceful Belly Farm in Hailey, Idaho, found a unique way to advertise a plant sale.
The Internet of Things dons a pair of gloves and straw hat and moseys on out to the garden with Edyn, a connected garden system seeking crowdfunding cash on Kickstarter.
Just because your dishwasher takes care of the dishes doesn't mean it couldn't use a little cleaning of its own. But don't worry, it's an easy problem to solve.
We're not yanking your chain: Big Ass Fans unveils an exceptionally smart ceiling fan that automatically kicks into action the minute you enter a room.
This alternative form of gardening can add a unique spin to your vegetable or flower gardening.
In memory of a fallen protester, this incredible garden features spent grenades that have been repurposed as flower pots.
While the median age for farmers is 58, more than 250,000 people under the age of 34 became farmers in 2012.
Explaining that his car 'doesn't need its own little home,' L.A. County resident Chris Aune converted his 2-car garage into a cottage and rents out his main house.
Put off by the the work involved with maintaining a lush front yard, Georgianna Reid explores inventive, neighbor-irking new landscaping methods.
One of the world's oldest professions is gaining popularity among America's younger generations, thanks to demand for organic and locally sourced food and a desire to get back to basics.
Actor graces the cover of Wine Spectator magazine along with his winemaking partner, Marc Perrin.
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