After years of anticipation and excitement, my Flipper Zero has arrived! Software is still early yet, so I haven’t done much more than clone and store RFID, NFC, and IR signals. i am excited to see the interesting things me and my new dolphin friend will get up too.
My 3D printer has been sitting half disassembled and sad in the corner of my office for weeks. A simple latch thwarting my repair. I finally sorted it out this week and it’s been printing nearly nonstop! i can even change filament mid print! watch live be3n.com/3D
One of my older Trezor’s had a little hardware issue (USB port broke off). when i went to look for my paper backup, it was not where i expected. With no backup, I had no way to transfer the coins or tokens. This is essentially how coins get burned. Without access to the key, they aren’t your coins. it would be a shame to loose these assets, so i sought out a solution.
Luckily, i had some expert help. my guy, referred me to his guy. amazing work. Huge thanks to Bill, for averting catastrophe. now i am putting my new paper backup somewhere safe. (and somewhere else, also safe)
I’m doing experiments with UTM to create a single purpose XP system with zero network access. in this picture, i am trying to fix a damaged system while simultaneously installing a fresh one. eventually got it working like a champ, and now it’s almost as portable as an app. Huge thanks to 4PCTechs for your insights and archive of ancient drivers!
This was actually the idea that started it all! It took me a while to finally complete it. I know that i am missing the serial mouse from the original Macintosh and 128. Despite having one, i decided to keep my 128 with all its pieces. Besides, i never touched one until after college. The mice represented here had my hands all over them most of my life. I am very happy with how it came out.
I have acquired a 2001 Ducati Monster 900 Dark i.e. that was purchased for the movie Mission Impossible 2. It has practically no miles (1886). It was ignored in a garage for a decade so it required a fair amount of paperwork and some maintenance to get it working well and street legal. there are a few minor cosmetic issues like a small dent in the gas tank and broken and taped on turn signals. (i believe the signals were removed for the film)
A few people have asked me to get them pictures and info so i figured this was the fastest way while i work on my actual sales page. I tried to document all the flaws.
This is actually my first go at using this little trick. I only noticed it a few years ago. i haven’t had a need to use it. Until now. i am so delighted that Synology continues to innovate. Every time i deploy a Synology, it has even more functionality. i am not getting paid for this, honest endorsement. I only wish they made direct attached storage or SANs. I do not mean to imply that i have a problem with NAS.
I am not only upgrading the capacity, but the throughput and seek times as well. With dual drive protection, it will be a few redundancy passes before i see any additional storage and probably even longer before i will see much more performance. it will be an interesting project. The process so far has been simple. i just deactivated the outgoing drive and replaced it with the new bigger faster drive. Once that is done, you repair the volume with the new disk and wait. And wait. Eventually do it all again. And again.
After my last car was destroyed, I knew i wanted an electric car. After extensive research and soooo much driving around to check out cars. I am very excited to announce my Model 3 that i have named Zapp Brannigan in honor of its electric power and my favorite cartoon. I cannot wait until i can drive to visit my friends and family again.