I’m starting a blog series here, about my Home Automation journey.
I want to talk about some of the developments I’ve had, things I’ve learned, and share the fruits of my efforts (large and small) with anybody who might care to peruse them.
So this is a part summary, part rambling about my home automation journey (so far), with links to my actual GitHub code and how I set this thing up. Questions are welcome.
So… where do I begin..?
So it’s nearly the end of 2018, and quite a year it has been.
A lot happened this year, and overall it’s been good, but I can’t help but feel that I could have done more and also things happened just about right anyway.
As I look back I can think of a few things.
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Warning: This is essentially a brain dump, so it is more like a set of notes than a tutorial as such. I’m planning to clean this up and develop it as I go along. It’s incomplete. I’m publishing this, because otherwise it will sit as a draft probably forever. This is mostly me talking myself through troubleshooting, I do that a lot. Read the rest of this entry »
I usually don’t blog about political issues, but I feel I need to get this out there.
I was raised to believe some vital priorities about care:
Firstly, that I should be compassionate and and attentive to the plight and suffering of others, and try to make meaningful positive change to improve their lives.
Secondly, Read the rest of this entry »
I make it no secret that I’m a great admirer of the Mad Max movies by George Miller, in fact they are on my list of movies to watch before you die.
Today I stumbled upon a comparison video of the classic Mad Max Trilogy Read the rest of this entry »
Mick Ebeling’s story of hacking technology.
I saw this video a long time ago, and bookmarked it for sharing.
Lets be clear on something from the start: I really like YouTube. I use it all the time, almost daily, and I really enjoy it because there is such a wide variety of content on there to consume.
I also really like and appreciate how the YouTube ecosystem has spawned a lot of independent channels dedicated to producing quality content. Anything from daily news, documentaries, independent movies, comedy, tutorials, advice, education… so much. Read the rest of this entry »
Well, this is interesting…
Microsoft has added what appears to be a very comprehensive comparison of services provided by Azure and AWS.
What is interesting is that there are (currently) some services provided by Azure that dont (appear to) have an AWS equivalent.
With Microsoft seemingly making positive mindshare strides in recent years, this is another good move it seems.
Details can be found here: