Category: DIY

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ReStringing my racquet

So this past weekend, for the first time in my life I restrung my own tennis racquet. Last Thursday, during my tennis lesson, I broke both of my tennis racquet strings. So it usually cost me around $40 per racquet to restring at the shop, for both racquet would cost me around $80 plus it …

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LCD 1602 and Pi – Part 1: 1602 LCD displaying Interface IP addresses for a headless Raspberry Pi

So I’ve been working on some projects for work and I dug into my collection of parts and pulled out my OG raspberry pi’s (RPi). I am using them as endpoints for a proof of concept project for OT visibility. But since they are all headless, (meaning there are no monitors or keyboards for input …

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First Raspberry Pi Lab: Hello There

Hello there!  This is my first attempt at messing with Raspberry Pi. It’s pretty simple, pretty much everything is from Adafruit.  Including basic script instructions.  I modified few little things and added Obi-won saying “hello there”. Check it out.

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YEAH! UPGRADES!

Currently my laptop is a late-2008 MacBook Pro. It is probably the best laptop that I’ve ever owned. It is definitively the only laptop that I have ever used for more than 1.5 years. This laptop is currently working on it’s 4th year. From the original specs this model of MacBook Pro only suppose to …