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“I always have visions and dreams of things you can do, and this is a realization of something,” Dweck, 58, said near his violin-shaped pool, where about 5,600 fiber-optic cables light up like multicolored strings. “The idea is to improve quality of life using technology.” The company he registered last month, Live Better Systems LLC, will have competition from Wall Street veterans working to make the good life better…The renovation of his stone-and-shingle house — whose reverse-osmosis filtration makes his shower water “like bottled water” even if it lacks the Delos vitamins — will cost $3 million, he said. He estimates he’ll spend an additional $3 million fixing up grounds that include the pool, a baseball field, an outdoor kitchen and a movie screen. “Lots of people have that money,” he said. “They’re willing to spend it on, to me, much more frivolous things.” [Bloomberg, earlier]


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