You mine minerals from the ground which get put onto a conveyor belt. The belt takes it to furnaces and it’s loaded with robotic arms. Different robotic arms take the smelted materials onto different conveyor belts to assembly machines where they are turned into slightly higher level materials. Keep this going and soon you’ll be […]
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My name is Ralph and I’ll be your blogger today. I hope you’ll enjoy your time here, reading my various blog posts. Don’t be shy and read as many articles as you like.
I can’t believe it’s already been one year. It seems like only yesterday when she was a tiny little lump of 3 or so kilos who would only eat, poop and sleep. Now she dances when she hears music that she likes. She crawls, climbs stairs, and recently has started walking without holding on to […]
In my previous post on setting up a tiny awesome Raspberry Pi as a media center for your living room PC I closed the article off by saying something along the lines of “put YouTube on and enjoy”, but I feel like some people would like some more details on how. Here’s a quick rundown […]
Whether you have a smart TV or not, you can make a TV smarter by simply adding a computer. Going with OSMC on a Raspberry Pi is easy on your budget and it’s nice and small so you don’t have to clutter up your living room. I’m writing this as a “how I did it” […]
QR codes, or “Quick Response” codes, are the next iteration of bar codes. They work better than bar codes because they provide their own context and can contain much more information than standard bar codes. People like to create QR codes to print on posters, in magazines, or on business cards to quickly redirect someone […]