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Paul Trebilcox-Ruiz
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Kitty trying parts of the tree. She dashed off after the laser soon as I stopped filming, too

Well, didn't apply for io this year. Going to a wedding the following weekend, and glad I'm not throwing the money down for a conference days before >> little bummed, but at least they record all of them 

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Spinach and lettuce are sprouting. Aww yeah. Another month and some until I can move them into the ground outside
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2/27/17
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Did a quick browse through this, but looks promising. Just ordered a small USB microphone to try the speech input stuff for my skeleton project.
Now that Android Things Developer Preview 2 supports USB audio, it's the perfect way to start playing with Text-To-Speech and Audio Recognition.

Here's an article explaining how to integrate those in your projects.
Spoil: TTS integration is very easy. Audio Recognition will take you a little longer, depending on how you want to implement it.

http://nilhcem.com/android-things/control-your-devices-through-voice-with-usb-audio-support

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Working on my smart cat tree with attachment one using #androidthings 

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Waiting on accessories and boots, but soon I'll be applying for the 501st (group that dresses up like star wars characters for charity, visiting children's hospital, sports events star wars nights, and other events) 
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Finished ripping up my garden last weekend, and now it's snowing. This weekend is going to be coffee/tea, electronics, and working on my mando costume. Got an imperial officer kit on the way, and stuff to put together an x-wing pilot that I'm aiming to have finished up by Star Wars celebration in April. Aw yeah.

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Working with Arduino stuff. Used a ESP8266 enabled board to connect to Google Analytics based on a tutorial for an ethernet shield and another board. Source up in a gist for good measure, and original source that I modified listed at the top of that gist
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