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Adam Outler
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Security Engineer, Developer, Hacker, Electronics Tech
Security Engineer, Developer, Hacker, Electronics Tech

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+Keith I Myers​ on database etiquette.
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Causation is implied and demonstrated.
Via +Keith I Myers
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you got pwned
Disqus , the comment system provider for many large sites, just announced their database was breached 5-years ago. Way to go, +Disqus​​​, you are 5 years late with this report. Check it out at http://haveibeenpwned.com

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I facepalm every time a new payment system is introduced without consideration to NFC or contactless payment systems.
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Revolutionary!
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The iPhone X responds to failed unlock attempt with mace!
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3D Print the iPhone X Notch!
You can now block a portion of any screen with this new revolution in 3D printed technology.

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$300 3d Print Server
See it live here: https://print.adamoutler.com/webcam/?action=stream&1505786519730
So a couple of weeks ago, I picked up a 3D printer from +Keith I Myers​. It was used, but he threw in a bunch of rolls of filament to go with it. I calibrated it, printed a few things, and I got annoyed with the process of downloading, unzipping, editing, scaling, g-coding, then transferring to an SD card, then ejecting the SDCard, then inserting the SDCard, then starting the print job.

So I tried a few managed prints, and eventually I decided I needed a print server and it was between two items, Repitier host, and Octoprint. After talking to +Keith I Myers​ again, he recommended Octoprint. I had to agree with his logic.

I installed Octoprint on a raspberry Pi, and I noticed there were several interesting plugins, including one for controlling a TPLink smartplug. This allows me to turn on and off the printer as a part of the print job, which is great! so I nabbed that up and installed it. The process was very simple and integration was practically self-explanatory after assigning a static IP to the device.

Now my workflow is download, drag-n-drop to the website, and hit the print button. Couldn't be simpler, and it can be done from anywhere in the world.

Items Required below:
Monoprice MP Select Mini V2 $220: https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15365
Raspberry Pi 3 $34.99 : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CD5VC92/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
TPLink SmartPlug $24.99 : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0178IC734/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Octoprint Free Raspberry Pi Distro: http://octoprint.org/

Now I know what you're thinking...But wait, that's only $279.98, and you said it was $300. ... Ok, so take that $20 and buy some filament, or setup a year of domain registration, you nitpicky person. :)

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The NSA Loves Apple
I would rather use the fingerprint sensor. Via +Keith I Myers from my Linux User Group. Y U NO FOLLOW KEITH?!?!?!
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