Welcome all visitors from EEWeb! Today I am excited to have my site featured as site of the day: http://www.eeweb.com/websites/mostthingsweb. As far as new content is concerned, I am working on an AVR PWM tutorial, and a new Raspberry Pi automation project. More details soon!
I have just finished migrating all of my BitBucket repositories from Mercurial to Git. All of the projects are still accessible at the same URLs they were before, but they now use Git. The reason for the change is that I have been using Git for a number of projects since the summer, and have grown […]
Since 2009 I have sold my photography and designs on my Zazzle store. Recently, I decided to rebrand the store and somewhat integrate it with my blog. If you are interested, please check it out either by using the new “Store” tab above or by clicking here. Much of what I sell comes from my […]
Happy belated new year! Wow, I’ve been slacking on this blog. Anyway, I wanted to give a quick update on what I’ve been doing over the past month and what I’ll be doing in 2013. So long Windows! I’ve switched to Linux! Linux Mint, to be exact. I made the switch during my Christmas break, […]
Take a look my friend’s new blog about tea: http://epiteablog.com/ He has some neat information on the science and history of tea, how to brew it properly, and reviews of various teas. There will also be a store opening soon. Here’s an excerpt from one of his latest posts about the origins of Rooibos tea. So, […]
I’ve just finished moving all my projects to BitBucket and changing their version control systems to Mercurial. This change was a long time coming: Subversion was really pissing me off (I know Google Code supports it but BitBucket has a nicer interface) and Google Code had a few annoyances. So, here are the updated links for each […]
In case you didn’t recognize this site when you first came to it, please be aware that I’ve changed themes. I’m now using Suffusion.
Although I’ve generally been dissatisfied with GoDaddy (sex-sells marketing, constant up-sells, etc.), their most recent infraction really pushed me over the edge: error logs are not enabled by default. Logs must be explicitly enabled, which isn’t very helpful after an error has just occurred, which is usually the case on a live site. Granted, this was on […]