I bought a surface 3 way back as I wanted a PC that fitted in a large inner jacket pocket. This is a 10″ screen and does so. It has been handy and transportable. It only has 4 gigglies of Ram but otherwise is a good workhorse, I even have Revit on it, but it
I have a Surface 3 and a Surface Book (original) . I have constant problems with my Surface 3 power. The battery stops chareging and I have to put the tablet away until it recharges.A pain I have recently had issues with it connecting to the Wifi, which is irritating if I want to watch
Uploading a new WordPress site to my VPS (Virtual Private Server) became a bit of a problem a couple of months ago. I was trying to set up a simple template site for my Son-in-law for a woo-commerce product site. Unfortunately my VPS did not want to do so, even using the Microsoft web platform
I’ve been keen to do some temperature monitoring. This is IoT basics 101. I thought of a use case for my Beer Brewing. Jaycar had DS18B20 temperature sensors at $7.90$ NZ each. They are cheaper than the DH11 & DH22 which are more expensive as they do humidity as well. So I thought I’d start
I came across Node RED as I was looking into IoT projects to do with Raspberry Pi. You can use it on PC’s and on Raspberry Pi’s, it comes installed in the Noobs package. It is an Open Source visual programming language that you plug actions into each other to create a flow of actions.
While on the Raspberry pi site, in the download section, there is a 3rd Party OS for Windows and I thought I’d like to try that out. My VPS is a windows server and I thought it would be interesting if I could boot the RPi up with different OS’s. There is a setup page
Further to my earlier article ” Physical Ms Flow button -IoT part 1” I have been tinkering around with Arduino code & Flow buttons a bit more. Some successes and some failures. The failures I cannot seem to connect to the device any more. So updating the code in Arduino desktop does not re-install on