Another way to celebrate our laziness

A remote to control lamps and other stuff

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Sometimes we get the feeling that we missed our calling in life. Rather than writing about gadgets, or anything else for that matter, we could easily see ourselves working for an outfit called something like "The Lazy Store" or "Remotes R Us."

But as long as we have to rely on a day job, our passion will have to be confined to featuring such items as the "RemoteLinc," which can control a variety of household staples--electronics, kitchen appliances, the garage door, for example--from anywhere in the home. Ubergizmo says the remote can even be used to "create multiple lighting scenes," whatever that means.

But now that it's almost the weekend, we need to know: Could we use this remote to control the remote that automatically mows our lawn?

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