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Stuart Weenig
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I'm an engineer who doesn't care for a lot of fluff for fluff's sake.
I'm an engineer who doesn't care for a lot of fluff for fluff's sake.

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Online circuit schematic design and simulation
This is pretty cool, although I haven't actually had a chance to use it since most of my circuits don't involve much signal processing and are quite simple DC circuits. However, LushProjects has this circuit simulator that is completely online and free to u...
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Hard puzzle with an easy solution
I've been keeping this tab open on my browser because I wanted to work out the solution myself. I finally figured it out (2 years later). Don't give in and look at the solution without giving it a good try. Hint, you can do it without any trigonometric func...
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Boolean Arithmetic
I had to explain Boolean arithmetic the other day to non-makers. These guys didn't have any real experience with electric logic circuits, but the pictures here seemed to help.
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Prusa's ColorPrint tool
When 3D printing, there's usually a jump in cost and complexity for printers that can print multiple colors. As a workaround, you can pause the printer, switch the filament to a different color, print a few layers with that different color, then pause, swit...
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PiVPN
Rolling your on VPN can have various benefits. The biggest of which is that when you're on an unsecured network (i.e. any wifi network that you don't own yourself) your traffic is encrypted back to your home and then goes out to the internet. This means tha...
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Sense HAT Data Logger, my version
I ran across this project and decided to give it a try. Without actually trying it out on a physical SenseHAT, I simplified the code down to this:
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PressPi
I wanted to figure out the best way to put WordPress on a RaspberryPi. Turns out the best way is an image called PressPi . Load this up, lock down all the security, load CertBot so it's all running over https and you're good to go. In case you're interested...
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HTML Maps
I recently needed to overlay a bunch of links on top of an image. This is done one of two ways, CSS being the more modern way. Essentially, you create a div with a bunch of elements inside it, which elements are all positioned absolutely. <div style="positi...
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W3Schools and their incredible CSS Library
Anyone who has built a website in recent history knows the importance of good CSS. I myself have been compiling a master CSS sheet that I use on most of the web development projects I'm involved with. I realized that I was trying to accomplish the same set ...
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Installing LAMP in one step
Go educate yourself on LAMP . Installing LAMP has been getting easier over the years. Now you can install it with a single command line: sudo apt-get install lamp-server^ More information here .
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