Instructional posts designed to take the complexity of a system setup down to where anyone can follow it step-by-step
Around mid-November I got the Nexus 6 from Google. My previous phone was the Samsun Galaxy S4, and when I purchased the S4, they threw in the Desktop Dock for free.
Since it served me so well, I decided I’d …
If you’re like me, you prefer to see your news in chronological order and not filtered, delayed or curated by an algorithm based on what it thinks it knows about you and your preferences. And, if you’re like me, you’ve had to put up with the Facebook version of “Most Recent,” even though it’s not recent, and not relevant, and definitely not all of the “news” you care to see. Well, here’s how to fix it, step-by-step, thanks to a suggestion from “Martin, from rainy England”
In my previous post, I put together my build of the Raspberry Pi Laptop, but was unhappy with the fact that my circuit board would be exposed, and there would be loose wires (mainly the USB cable) just freely arched over the Pi.
I decided I should cut a USB pass-through slot in the cover of my Raspberry Pi case, since the USB draped over the circuit board in a simple arc, and laid down very nicely by the HDMI port and USB ports.
So here’s how I did it…
In an earlier post, I wrote about my personal tech road map, and the first milestone on that was to build the Raspberry Pi Laptop out of my Motorola Atrix 4G Laptop Dock and Raspberry Pi.
I can’t take credit for this, as the project idea and implementation has been around for at least 2 years. However, I did make some changes to the steps I followed, and modified my Raspberry Pi case to make the circuit board a little safer.
I bought a Raspberry Pi recently, and have been slowly gathering all the hardware pieces I need to build something with it. One of those pieces is the TP-Link Wireless USB adapter, similar to the one shown here.