If you are reading this, you probably already know about Pokémon Go, so I’m not going to say anything more about this awesome game. I was very reluctant at first, but after the upgraded ‘bootleg’ version was released I was Poké-balled right into it. My thought being that this was going to be the next best thing for this decade – and it will. #pokemonkznsc
WinSCP is a free and open-source file transfer emulator, almost like Windows Explorer. We will be using WinSCP to connect to a Raspberry Pi, which will enable us to easily copy files and directories from other sources and easily set their permissions.
In today’s world where language is neglected, even though it should be flourishing with all our communication technology I thought it would be a nice idea to at least inform my staff members at work. Fortunately my search wasn’t in vain as Wordnik’s API was it!
Reposted from Behind The Scenes – Getting Started with Wordnik’s Word & Worldlist API
This is a short somewhat introduction post on how to share a Raspberry Pi directory on a local area network (LAN). Whatever is in this directory, however it got there (i.e. local directory, USB mount, etc.) will be available to the rest of the LAN after following these steps.
This post will explain how to get the Raspberry Pi to read and interpret RF signal-codes to be used for logic. Ultimately I’ll show you how to “capture” signals as strings and compare them with expected strings to trigger either a Bash or Python script.