This is where I play around with websites, web servers, and web development. Sometimes I break things. If you want something to be permanent, I suggest you save a copy at The Internet Archive.

Most Recent Posts:

  • Reflashing the Pocket CHIP in 2023
    In the event you need to reflash a CHIP computer in 2023 or later, this post contains a walkthrough of a successful reflash using Ubuntu 14.04 on a Live USB.
  • A $90 DIY Weather Station with Air Quality Monitoring
    Having accurate local Air Quality information can help you make decisions about whether to open your home’s windows or weather you should wear a mask when going outdoors. This weather station will report that and much more to an MQTT broker of your choice.
  • Inventory, Even in the Woods
    When you need a better way to manage a movable property inventory but you have a budget of $0, you build a custom app in your spare time, right?
  • DIY-ing My Way to Better Ventilation
    Cordelya writes about the process of developing her own flavor of CO2 monitor using a Raspberry Pi computer and a CO2 sensor.
  • 10 Micro-electronics Projects that Aren’t Robotics
    If you or your kid can’t muster up excitement about robotics, go take a peek at these 10 projects. I’ve included a variety of different projects that do different things, run on different platforms, require different knowledge levels, and have different price points. Some of them also include the opportunity to learn about enclosure fabrication.