Wooooot! Calibration time come on! Now that my Virtual server woes have been dealt with, we're printing again! This time we're going to tune our startup sequence. Reduce our prep time and minimize our time to print! But before we dive into that, we
Back again with another tech post! Don't worry, this isn't going to be another crazed rant! This has been something in the works for a bit that I had to get out. A long time ago, I made this virtual server from some old hardware lying around to run
We're back!! This time we're fuuuuuuming! WHEN IT COMES TO OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE THERE ARE PRINCIP.... *deep sigh*. OK, before I go into full blown rant mode, lets take a step back. Unlike the last post, this won't about 3D printing or upgrades, just
Yes! Another Upgrade! But this isn't your typical 3D printed upgrades like in the past. Nor is it your average technological shenanigans to automate things. No no, this is the real deal. Actual store bought, authentic, locally sourced, not your fath
YAAAAAAAS! Another printing post! That's right, the practical prints just keep coming! Last time I announced I have a new little joy in my life, so I might be posting less frequently. However, that doesn't mean I'm gonna stop printing anytime soon!
Yeah, yeah, yeah... I'm going to talk about Crypto. I'm sure you've come across someone who has talked your ear off about how amazing crypto is. How its the next generation of money, its the ultimate middle finger to the banks, and how it grants
Hello again! Remember a few posts ago when I said I would get back into printing after I get things situated? Welp, now that I finished my Halloween post, I think its time to debrief on how we got there. Lots of lessons learned and silly mistakes to
Most if not all tech goes through a usage life cycle. Obviously it starts with the tech being brand new. Fulfilling a new role or consolidating several existing functions in our lives to make things easier. Sometimes giving us access to informatio