It’s already the fifth walkthrough of the new house! Lots has changed again and we are making great progress. This time I’ve even included some nice drone footage!
After the video which prepared you to run network cable in your home, this video shows you how it’s done!
As mentioned in the previous Home Networking video, the house was almost ready for running the networking cables through the walls. This will be the first post about that, and focus on what tools you need to perform the job!
A while back TechMoan (a fellow YouTuber) did a video about magnetic charging cables. I thought it was a great video but he didn’t do any actual measurements, so, I did!
Let’s talk about Velcro. Why Velcro? I don’t know, I’ve always been a big fan of it and I think everyone should have a plentiful supply of velcro in their life. Don’t you think so?
It’s been a few months since the last walkthrough, so let’s take you through the house again and show you what’s changed since last time! Continue reading Home Networking: Third walkthrough
While browsing for interesting phone chargers I found this fake “Anker Powerport 10”. It looks almost 100% identical to the original! So I decided to give it a thorough test. Follow along while I test the unit in my live style review!
Since I’ve started reviewing phone chargers and cables people have asked me what I do with all those phone chargers? Well, easy, I’m preparing for the phone charger apocalypse! Should you?
Time for another phone charger review. I have several lined up but this time, I thought I’d choose something on the more risky side. A Chinese Noname 10 port charger which supposedly can handle 5v/12A in total. It also has 3.5A ports which could be useful for things like LED lighting!
The next step in the series of building your own ESP8266 is to set the voltage and flash the ESP-01 with the NodeMCU firmware! Continue reading ESP8266 LED Lighting: Setting voltage and flashing NodeMCU