I'm a simple tumbleweed farmer on Instagram: “So I know I've been AWOL recently and my phone has been having a ton of charging issues that's made it hard to post #marvel #fandom…”
3,655 Likes, 30 Comments - I'm a simple tumbleweed farmer (@simpletumbleweedfarmer) on Instagram: “So I know I've been AWOL recently and my phone has been having a ton of charging issues that's made…”
Touchscreen Wall Mounted Family Sync & Home Control Panel
Touchscreen Wall Mounted Family Sync & Home Control Panel: We have a calendar that is updated monthly with events but it is done manually. We also tend to forget things we have ran out of or other minor chores. In this age I thought it was much easier to have a sync'd calendar and notepad type system that c…
Build Your Own Long-range WiFi Antenna for Less than $100 - Practical Sailor
As most sailors have found, trying to use a typical laptop WiFi card to connect to a marina or yacht club hotspot doesnt cut it. A more acceptable compromise is an amplified WiFi card which can theoretically boost transmission power to about 1,000 milliwatts.
The best weapon for digital warfare!
Aptly named for the kind of activity it’s made for, the Hunter 1.0 is a keypad designed explicitly for FPS (first person shooter) games. Putting everything you need under the span and within the reach of your left hand’s fingers, the Hunter can be used along with your mouse to become your most effective gaming gear.
Free Built-In Bluetooth Audio Instructional | Rogue Engineer
Check out this simple instructional on how to add built in bluetooth audio to your home or outdoor space for under $150! Diagram included!
Home Audio Installation: Install a Whole-House Audio System
Run wire and install speakers and distribution modules so that you can control music by remote control throughout the house.
If you have a mount for your TV, fasten all of the electronics with the unsightly wires to it. (If you need to, build a small lightweight frame to attach to your mount.) Bundle up the wires as much as possible before fastening them to the mount so they don't get tangled once they're up there. Use bungee cords to secure heavier hardware like a cable box or router. Plug everything into a power strip so you only have to worry about one wire running from your TV to the wall.