The ultimate DIY hot-wired home

Jonathan Oxer's entire domestic life is a proof of concept of software-controllable electronic gadgetry, from the Ethernet-enabled, Second Life-compatible mailbox to the RFID chip in his arm.

Australian Jonathan Oxer is a techie by trade, but he doesn't leave that side of himself at the office. In fact, he's turned his entire domestic life into a proof of concept of software-controllable electronic gadgetry, from his home's Ethernet-enabled, Second Life-compatible mailbox to the RFID chip in his arm.

Read the story, and the accompanying Q&A with Oxer, in Computerworld Australia: "Ohm Sweet Ohm: Outgoing Linux Australia president's hot-wired home"

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