The Problem to Be Solved

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Before working on any new project it's important to have a good grasp on just what ends you are trying to achieve. Accomplished podcaster and all-around good egg [Allison Sherridan](https://twitter.com/podfeet/) of the [Nosillacast](https://podfeet.com/) has a policy for product reviewers on her show: _first, start with the problem to be solved_. Since I believe this is a wise and logical course of action, the second post in the home technology series will do just that. Let me just start with the caveat that I'm going to throw the word **need** around rather loosely for this post. I realize these are toys, for the most part. I could certainly survive without them, but these are toys and tools that I use in my day-to-day life pretty extensively, and a number of my…
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