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Alexa in Apartments?

Alexa in Apartments?

There is finally someone in my house who will do all of my bidding. (It's really all I ask.)

It's not my husband, even though I insist it was part of our marriage contract and that he should've read the fine print. It's not my toddler. I can't even get her to put on her pajamas without it becoming an all-out battle of wits (which I frequently lose). And it's certainly not my baby. She pretty much just sits there and claps when I ask her to do something. Yes, yes, you're very cute, but that doesn't add granola bars to my shopping list now, does it?

We got the Amazon virtual assistant Alexa, who actually listens to me.

Virtual assistants are becoming extremely popular. And they might have a place in your apartment community.

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