This is homepage of ham radio station oh5hba. Info about me and my station, which may interest other ham operators can be found thru menu. This page contains links that I use often in my everyday life. Reason for this site is just for own fun and it helps to find important things when i’m not at my own computer.
Interesting news feeds from different sources:
- As both beginning hackers and Silicon Valley investors alike keep discovering, there are a lot of differences between hardware and software. One important difference is cost of iterating over a …read more
- This week, Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Kristina Panos met up to discuss the best hacks of the previous week. We have no nerdy news this week, but is that necessarily …read more
- In a recent article in Elektor magazine, [Clemens Valens] describes the construction and software for an ESP32 walkie-talkie system that uses ESP-NOW for the wireless connection between units, along with …read more
- When there’s a vulnerability in a system library, we install updates, and go on with our lives. When there’s a vulnerability in a Java library, jars get rebuilt, and fixed …read more
- Long time readers will have followed the twists and turns of the John Deere repair saga, in which the agricultural machinery manufacturer has used DRM to restrict the repair of …read more
- The launch of the Arduino UNO R4 marks a huge leap forward for our community. For us, it’s also the chance to celebrate the people who bring our ecosystem to life with their bright ideas, radiant enthusiasm, and shining insight. That is how the UNO R4 Stars blog post series began: to highlight makers who have not […]
- The Project Hub is where Arduino users share their achievements to inspire, help others, and maybe show off a little. With thousands of projects already uploaded, in categories that run the gamut from “flying things” to “smart lighting,” we are proud to celebrate this community-boosting initiative by selecting three highlights every month for a special […]
- Most people with an interest in robotics probably dream of building android-style humanoid robots. But when they dip their toes into the field, they quickly learn the reality that such robots are incredibly complex and expensive. However, everyone needs to start somewhere. If you want to begin that journey, you can follow these instructions to […]
- Get your coffee ready because Arduino Cloud Café is brewing! Join us on December 12th for an interactive session where we discuss the latest Arduino Cloud release, sip on some IoT insights, and answer your burning questions. We’re thrilled to welcome Sachin from Techiesms, who’ll not only share his experiences with Arduino Cloud but also […]
- ChatGPT is certainly the best-known large language model (LLM) available today and it has a lot to offer. But you can’t run it locally and instead you must use OpenAI’s online service to access its functionality. That doesn’t, however, mean that you’re out of luck if you want to use ChatGPT on your own DIY […]
- Flash drives are an excellent way to transport files and data around and offer high transfer speeds. Here are some of the best.
- Offering a massive display that you can use all day, the only problem is figuring out what exactly you'll use them for.
- Find your old text messages, quickly, when you need them.
- Sending personalized Christmas cards that look good is really easy if you use Canva.
- By now, you're probably bored of the same old Spotify interface. Why not tweak it to your liking?
- The Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) runs a free program that allows creators to certify that their hardware complies with the community definition of open source hardware. Whenever you see the certification logo, you know that the certified hardware meets this standard. Currently the Certification database lists over 2600 individual certifications! In November we added […]
- Our editors have put out their top picks for our 2023 gift guide The post Gift Guide: Make Editors Top Picks For 2023 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
- Kingroon's KLP1 is fast, sturdy, and very cheap. Don't expect the most precision though. The post 3D Printer Review: Kingroon KLP1 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
- They waterproofed their 3d printer and put the whole thing in a tank of water. What they found was surprising The post Dunk Your 3D Printer Under Water For The Ultimate Overhangs appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
- The Xtool S1 is a 40 Watt diode based desktop laser cutter that can easily compete with more expensive c02 machines in features and power The post Review: Xtool S1 40Watt Laser Cutter appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.