Deciding what voice control systems to use for a newbie (Alexa or SDKs); what kind of permission is needed to create your own sensors for an Apple Watch; how to safely dispose of lead solder and lead-tainted components; replacing 75W LEDs (that were just changed) with the more current 100W LED lights – can anything use the 75W versions anymore; and what sensors to use when building a dishwashing robot.
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