Schlage WiFi Deadbolt replaces your existing deadbolt. By connecting to your home’s WiFi network, it allows you to control your door from anywhere through the Schlage Home app.
Susan Crawford’s Fiber demonstrates how America’s myth that the free market works in every instance has failed Americans when it comes to accessing truly high-speed Internet connectivity.
Ice Cold is the sixth book in Tess Gerritsen’s Rizzoli & Isles series. I have read each of the first six and liked all of them. Ice Cold was tremendous. I like the series so much I’ve given up on ranking them. I finished Ice Cold in one night.
Robin Cook’s Pandemic is the 11th book in the Jack Stapleton & Laurie Montgomery series. I didn’t know it was part of a series until I started reading. Even though the ending of Pandemic was disappointing, I liked the characters and story. So, I’m going to the beginning of the series.
Tess Gerritsen’s The Keepsake is the sixth book in the Rizzoli & Isles series. I have read each of the first six books in the series. While I have enjoyed all of them, The Keepsake is my new favorite.
Kyle Swenson’s Good Kids, Bad City is one of those books I read knowing it will infuriate me. I read it because I can’t think about this kind of injustice and racism enough. As a lawyer, I want so badly to respect the law. As someone who has learned enough to realize people enforcing, prosecuting, and judging the law as well as the law itself are too often not worth respecting, I can’t stop being disappointed. Far too often the “justice system” is really the injustice system. Way more often than many white people want to admit the reason the “justice system” becomes the injustice system is the color of the defendant’s skin.
Max Blumenthal’s Republican Gomorrah highlights the hypocrisy, connects the sleazy dots, and demonstrates the true character and history of the Christian right and its hold over the GOP better than any book I have ever read.
The Pinochet File produced by Peter Kornblugh and the National Security Archive uses declassified US government documents and phone conversations to demonstrate America’s involvement in Chile through the ’70s and ’80s. With shocking, stunning detail, Kornblugh uses government secrets to tell a story that will surprise most Americans.