For some reason a lot of people are looking at making a move to Canada these days, before a big wall gets built along the northern border to keep out all that maple syrup. Canada has always done very well by its American immigrants and no doubt will roll out the welcome mat; here's the lowdown on where to go. A reader complained that I left out Victoria, BC, for which I apologize; it's a nice place too. More on MNN: So you want to move to Canada?
In which former TreeHugger food writer Kelly Rossiter finds a strange man wandering through her bedroom, and a look at some of the problems (and virtues) of downsizing and sharing. More on MNN: Architecture for the ages: How houses can adapt to aging boomers
There has been a running series on TreeHugger: Your office is in your pants. It was a look at how our phones are getting so powerful that they can actually replace your computer. It has been getting close for a while, but here is the first phone, running windows 10, that is actually designed to do it. More on MNN: Your next computer will be a phone
I mean really, WALL-E is here with the self-driving chair that can park itself (or you) anywhere. More on MNN: Keep your office tidy with this self-parking chair
And here are my Late lessons in learning to listen.