Articles at InventorSpot.com
Japan offers a rental market for just about everything; pets, prostitutes, and yes, even relatives. Of course, no amount of money will form a tangible blood connection, but the right price will get you someone willing to pretend and fill that void in your life.
Forgive me for being so bold. I love the new wireless motion sensor lights. They save a ton of energy and who wants to play electrician anyway? But these gadgets are all made for closets and garages, not for living areas... except for the Indoor Wireless LED Wall Sconce.
It has several things going for it in addition to energy savings and my inability to screw up its installation. It may not be the brightest lamp in your living area, but it is bright for a lamp that is not electric-powered. The LED lamps are comparable to a 25 Watt incandescent light, so they are suited for a hallway or small recess in a large room.
Most motion sensitive lights are not covered, and although the LED Wall Sconce has an acceptable and eclectic cover to be placed in areas where it might be considered gauche to hang a bare bulb. The 4 D size batteries required to light the unit have a life span of about 120 hours which speaks to the efficiency of the LED's.
The motion sensor will turn the light on when it senses motion, but will not shut off for three hours, unless you manually turn it off. Although the Wall Sconce can hang outdoors as well as indoors, the staying power of the light makes it a less practical lampt to use outdoors.
If you're thinking about working at home you have a couple of ways to go about it; you can start your own, or you can buy one that's pre-existing (and hopefully successful) if you want to avoid doing the groundwork yourself. While your motivation to work at home shouldn't ONLY be because of the location, but also because of your love for the job, it does have its many benefits.