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Lazy Safety

19. March 2015

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I’m going to add to this but wanted to throw something up to test some new features of the site. What are some simple steps that you can take around your house to “set it and forget it”? Once implemented, you need only a few minutes every few months to verify they are still functional, […]

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Lazy Frying?

7. March 2015

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Things don’t have to be “techy” to appear on LazyAutomation… Lately, I have been converting over to cast iron pans for cooking on the stovetop. They are easy to maintain, extremely cheap (a 12″ cast iron frying pan will run you about $20) and will last FOREVER. My interest in cast iron began with a […]

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Lazy Gardening

15. July 2012

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Well, the vegetable garden is thriving. The tomatoes are growing, the peppers are coming in nicely, and we’ve already harvested a ton of cucumbers and zucchini. The problem is watering the garden. Normally, this should be something very easy, but I am extremely complacent when it comes to watering the garden regularly. What’s a lazy […]

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Lazy Security?

24. February 2012

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I recently had a scare when a neighbor was burglarized. Why he picked his house and not mine was more a case of increased odds in my favor (in my opinion), as opposed to simply dumb luck. Over the years, I have taken certain steps to better secure my home and give me a better “security […]

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Whole House Audio – Now on Android!

6. November 2011

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You may have read my previous post on my whole house audio system. I have been very happy with it over the years, but lately, the ability to EASILY choose which music I wanted to listen to AND be able to listen to it anywhere I want has been a struggling cause. My system has been […]

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Lazy Smokin’

25. September 2011

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Ok, I’m on to my latest “hobby”. Smoking Food I have been reading about (and enjoying) smoked foods throughout my life. I’ve even tried smoking in my Weber grill. How do I do this with as little effort possible and achieve a decent to better than decent piece of smoked meat? It began with a […]

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Lazy Commuting in New York City

18. September 2011

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This is specific to NYC; depending on your city, you may or may not have this option. So I got an e-mail the other day from the MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority, NYC’s transit division) offering their new EasyPay MetroCard. It doesn’t get any easier than this. If you have to commute regularly (or even not […]

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Gadget Boy, meet Android (oh, and a cool app called “Our Groceries”)…

28. March 2011

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So I have had an Android phone before… I originally owned the Samsung Moment which, although it was a cool phone, it wasn’t all that spectacular in my opinion. A few weeks ago I renewed my contract and chose the HTC Evo 4G from Sprint. This thing is a beast. I guess it doesn’t hurt […]

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Progress, progress…

7. March 2011

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So my weight loss is coming along. I am really not paying too much attention to it – I would say I am paying more attention my workouts more than anything. In the spirit of being lazy, incorporating running can be tough. But you do need exercise regardless, and for me – well running does […]

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Follow My Progress – Daily Burn

23. February 2011

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So they say that to truly commit to something, one should announce it to the world, in order to be held accountable. I want (make that I need) to weigh 190 pounds. I also need to accomplish this in the laziest way possible… Follow my progress at DailyBurn by clicking here or by clicking on […]

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