It's been a little over a year since we launched the hometech podcast. During that time we've been fortunate enough to hear from many of you with suggestions, comments, questions, and loads of positive feedback. Without fail this correspondence has led to inspiration and ideas for future episodes. In light of this fact we had a thought: why not take the correspondence itself and make a show of it?
With that by way of introduction, we are excited to present to you the first edition of "Listeners' Corner". We were joined by Jonathan Horvath, who has been one of the most active members of our budding community. You may recognize his name from another recent episode and / or from a guest review he was kind enough to send us on the Yale smart lock. Jonathan has a interesting background in the commercial access control space. He is also working on some very unique projects in his own home, using open source tools to create his own Z-Wave based home automation hub. Tune in to hear all about it.
At the risk of sounding clichéd we often like to remind you that without your listenership this show may as well not exist. As podcast creators we obviously like to hear ourselves talk. But, after all, if we knew no one was listening the production would surely lose its luster in a hurry.
See you next week!
- RadioShack Creative Marketing
- RadioShack says their stock is worthless
- RadioShack Tape Player
- Control4: No Control Of Its Destiny
- Julie's Rebuttal: Why Seeking Alpha is Wrong
- Jonathan's Review of the Yale Smart Lock
- VIDEO: BrightSky Automated Home powered by Control4
- "Perverted Robot" Wink Commercial
- Revolv Commercial
- Jonathan on Twitter
- Jonathan on GitHub