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Wifi Kettle Delivers Tea 11 Hours Later

Still haven't had a first cup of tea this morning, debugging the kettle and now iWifi base-station has reset. Boiling water in saucepan now. pic.twitter.com/lC3uNX5WTp — Mark Rittman (@markrittman) October 11, 2016 We enjoy our hi-tech world until something goes wrong, then you wish things were built just a bit simpler. For example, it’s nice to push a button to roll down the car window until it stops working.
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