Hi all. I worked on a site to chronicle my new hobby HomeKit. I wanted to document and share my experiences building a smart and sensitive home, following a few simple rules: 1. Make sure all smart accessories can still be controlled through physical controls. 2. Keep it practical; stick to the improvements that make sense. Each post will be part problem solving and part review. My first two posts are in effect now. I hope you enjoy them and please do not hesitate to tell me what you think. Luck! & # x200B; * [HomeKit Builds & Reviews: A Series](https://homekitbuilds.mrrooni.com/2021/05/04/homekit-builds-and-reviews-a-series.html) * [HomeKit Build & Review: ecobee4 SmartThermostat with Voice Control](https://homekitbuilds.mrrooni.com/2021/05/08/ecobee4-smartthermostat-with-voice-control.html)
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