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Beef jerky underwear, gun-controlled lamps, Frank Lloyd Wright's doghouse and more in our look at the web this week

Frank Lloyd Wright may have had a reputation for being difficult, but that didn’t stop him from consenting to build a doghouse for a young boy’s dog “Eddie”. Initially declining, Wright later supplied the plans, which the boy’s father John Berger—who had earlier constructed “The Berger House” from Wright’s design—would realize over the course of 20 years.