Even on the best, remote desert island away from it all, one thing that we don’t want to escape from is staying connected with loved ones. We do, however, enjoy escaping from our phones and computers as go-to methods of communication. A lovely new project addresses these issues, helping people not in proximity speak with one another in a new, wonderful way. The Good Night Lamp is a wi-fi enabled light which, when turned on or off, communicates with its pair (wherever that may be), by turning it on or off as well. Shaped like a house, the gesture of the small lamp illuminating or going dim can tell loved ones across the country or across the city that you are going to bed, stopping work and heading home, or just saying hello. The Kickstarter campaign to get it going ends soon!