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In this episode, we speak with Geek.tv personality, Joe DiMaggio, to learn how the “smart home geek” community has exploded in recent years.
In addition to helping us understand how we are part of this community, Joe shares a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be part of a community of smart home professionals.
We discuss the state of the smart home industry and the upcoming CES, as well as the latest smart home technology and gadgets.
Joe shares his insights into how to get your smart home on the smartest path possible.
We also discuss the rise of the “selfie” as a way to communicate, how to create your own home screen, and the best ways to use Instagram.
Joe DiMoggio is the co-host of the podcast, “Joe DiMGood.”
You can also find him on Twitter as @JoeDiMogg.
Joe’s other shows include Geek.com, The Geek Show, The Gadget Show, and The NerdWallet Podcast.
Joe also hosts the podcast The Geek Room, a place for you to connect with other smart home geeks.
Follow Joe on Twitter at @JoeD_DiMGood, and like Joe on Facebook at Facebook.com/JoeDiGood.
Joe is the host of The Geek Podcast and Geek Room on Geek.TV.
You can follow Joe on YouTube and follow the Geek Show on YouTube at YouTube.com/_geek.podcast.
Joe also hosts a podcast called The Nerd Room, where you can connect with the Geek community.
Follow The Nerd on Twitter @NerdRoom, and Like The Nerd and Geek on Facebook.
Joe has a new book out called Smart Homes: The Ultimate Guide to Home Security and Security in Your Home.
You’re going to love it!
Follow Joe at @TheGeekRoom, Instagram @JoeDaMogg, and Facebook.
Follow Joe on Instagram and Instagram.com/+JoeDaGood and @Geek.tv.
You can also keep up with all of Joe’s posts on Twitter and on Instagram.