At the beginning of December, while a monster of an ice storm had most of us in Dallas/Fort Worth trapped inside, a group of people gathered in San Antonio to talk about helping our wounded warriors. The meeting, held at the headquarters of grocery retailer H-E-B, was about a specific initiative: building state-of-the-art Smart Homes for […]
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Growing up, I never thought of the possibility of three-dimensional printing. It’s a difficult concept to wrap your head around when you’re watching your teacher physically crank out mimeographed carbon copies. As an adult, I’ve had the pleasure of watching the technology of 3D printing develop. There are the “wow”-worthy designs, of course. But what […]