FOR UNIVERSITY CITY MAGAZINE:  Christopher Paradis uses his computer screen to control his security system, remote control thermostat, and remote control lighting. For a story for University City Magazine about "smart homes," which use technology which allows appliances and other devices to "communicate" with each other.   DIEDRA LAIRD-dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
FOR UNIVERSITY CITY MAGAZINE: Christopher Paradis uses his computer screen to control his security system, remote control thermostat, and remote control lighting. For a story for University City Magazine about "smart homes," which use technology which allows appliances and other devices to "communicate" with each other. DIEDRA LAIRD-dlaird@charlotteobserver.com DIEDRA LAIRD
FOR UNIVERSITY CITY MAGAZINE: Christopher Paradis uses his computer screen to control his security system, remote control thermostat, and remote control lighting. For a story for University City Magazine about "smart homes," which use technology which allows appliances and other devices to "communicate" with each other. DIEDRA LAIRD-dlaird@charlotteobserver.com DIEDRA LAIRD

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