Over the years we have acquired a few domain names we thought we’d end up using someday. Some have gone up and value others have not.
So we’ve decided to start cutting down on the number of domain names we have and better combine those we want to keep.
LittleSoftwareBarn.Com is our ‘see us, see what we’ve done’ site.
LittleSoftwareBarn.Net is our locally hosted domain and allows us to interact directly with our internet of thing using local systems.
Other sites that were purchased thinking they would fit a future need, are being let go.
Sites we see as investments, in the name, are being kept.
We will be keeping http://travelingmickey.com it seems very popular, lots of visitors.
And N4N.us we will keep, because we like the WordPress blogging system.
Got my first real job in web development in over a year, which was good. Had to spend a few days attempting to fix a coding issues that ended up being a hosting issue. It is all good now, finished way ahead of due date. Added lots of features the client didn’t expect. All and all, RapidWeaver is a time saver and great tool for both big and small jobs.
After watching the development of “The Cloud” as a marketing tool for software companies, I’ve decided it is a con, a way for the developer to control the user and milk them for more money.
There are a many ways to utilize “The Cloud” the two major ones are as a personal storage space like DropBox, OneDrive (and its many incarnations) and iCloud, and then there is the way Nest and many many Phone apps developers store your data on their servers for ‘security reasons’. Which is just a nice way of saying, oh yeah, we will charge you an unnecessary amount each month to use their app. After you have a few of these apps, the monthly charges really add up.
What happened to Individual Cloud storage, putting your own NAS on the internet and using that? (Hint: Most users don’t hold the skills to setup, no offense), or their ISP makes it almost impossible.. So everyone has to pay more for less.
How many sensors can we plug into one Arduino and setup outdoors? This is how many I was able to cram into one Project Box.
The system uses a ESP8266 Wifi / Arduino Card with a screw terminal Shield. — I attempted to run it all with two 12 volt solar panels with a solar charger. Didn’t have enough juice, so ended up just plugging into outlet located outside.