Today’s post is about creating your first 3D printed part. I’ve recently started playing with 3D printed parts using a PolyPrinter 3D printer. With the PolyPrinter, learning 3D printing was much faster than I imagined, and very easy to do. If you’re just starting out, I highly recommend downloading a simple project from Thingiverse just… Continue reading Your First 3D Printed Part
So my latest IoT (Internet-of-Things) project has me doing some woodworking, and much to my surprise, the woodworking piece is much harder than setting up the Pi, programming Python scripts, and wiring up I/O. It just does not come naturally to me. Here’s what I’ve learned so far:
Today’s post concern’s itself with Derek Siver’s book “Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur.” I recently finished this short read via an audiobook on Audible, which is pleasantly read by Derek himself. Overall one gets the feeling that the building of his business was a casual, almost accidental affair that… Continue reading Casual Company Building: Review of Derek Sivers’ “Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur”
After you start developing for the web a little bit, you’ll certainly run across the following CSS: In fact, this is considered by some to be best practice, and would be included at the top of their CSS file in every project. So what is it? border-box is one of three (3) options for the… Continue reading What is CSS box-sizing: border-box?
Browser-Sync is a package that allows you to see changes to your website in real-time in the browser on save. This quick tutorial will tell you how to set it up. It’s easy!
So iOS has an interesting feature when using the FileReader API that it stores an image in a default orientation irrespective of how the image is taken, so a portrait image is stored in landscape, e.g.: