This is a new device called iDoorCam. claims to be able to notify you via iPhone or iPad whenever there's someone at your door -- even if you're not at home. When the button is pressed, an alert is sent to your phone, which is acceptable by anyone set up to receive iDoorCam alerts from your device. iDoorCam's camera-equipped device connects to your home internet through WiFi and attaches to your existing doorbell power wires. The device costs $165 and is expected to be available from October.
"This lightweight portable seating solution comfortably props you up whenever you need a break from walking or standing. It features telescoping sections that extend from 18"-37", a fiberglass reinforced seat, and a reversible rubber base that switches from hard surfaces to soft (turf or sand). Perfect for sit-standing relaxing in lines, at music festivals, parades, sport sidelines, standing desks, parties, star-gazing, or wherever." $80.
Two women(Tali Shaul, a psychotherapist and Hagit Morevski, an ecological pond water treatment specialis) living in Even Yehuda have come up with a creative solution to the Israeli housing crisis: they transformed an out-of-use public bus into a luxury living space. They bought an old bus from the Israeli public transportation company Dan’s warehouse and began the transformation. The bus was stripped inside and broken down, so much so that Shaul and Morevski decided to enlist the help of their designer friend, Vered Sofer Drori.
"These grapes are called Witches fingers and are from the Californian breeding program International Fruit Genetics. Although it sounds like it could be GMO it’s not, they are made through the hybridisation process of taking pollen from one plant and brushing it onto another plant. There are quite a number of these varieties now, in different colours as well. Whats really interesting is that IFG also have a few other unusual varieties such as ‘cotton candy’ which when ripe acquires the taste of cotton candy – it’s very unusual but also delicious. You guys in the US should see the variety on the shelves in the next few weeks actually." You can always check with Melissa’s Produce, here. (When they have them in stock, you can order directly from them.)