- Uses Dark Sky API
- Multiple Language Support
- Geolocation or custom location by address or zipcode
- Choose Fahrenheit or Celsius
- Hourly forecast
- 5 day forecast
- 12h/24h time format
- Weather Alerts
- Open source
- Chrome, Firefox, and Opera available
Recently I was in the market for a new color printer. My main requirement was for the printer to be reliable and the ink to be cheap.
I decided to purchase the Brother MFCJ450DW new model(MFC-J680DW) for $72.00. The main selling point is there are several companies that sell compatible ink cartridges for cheap. I purchased a 10 pack for $18.99 which is the same price as 1 authentic Brother black cartridge. What a savings! (more…)
If you’re a Time Warner Cable customer, you have probably had a similar experience as I have. I’ve been a loyal customer for over 5 years (partially because I have no other options). When my promotion expires, I have the same conversation with TWC customer representatives.
“Hi my bill just increased and if I can’t get a better rate I would like to cancel my service.”
Ever wanted to play old arcade games? Remember the days of pacman, galaga, spy hunter and mortal kombat? Well why not build your own arcade cabinet.
Complete List of Parts
There are many howtos on building a MAME arcade cabinet. So what makes this one any different. The only real answer I can give is it uses a keyboard controller to connect to buttons and joystick. I used a standard usb keyboard. Here is what it looks like removed from keyboard housing.Follow @Tim_Leland
I want to start this post by stating that my intentions in starting a blog was never to make money. I wanted a place to share projects and ideas to hopefully help others.
Well let’s get to the real reason you’re reading this post. My first blog post was a guide on how to control wireless outlets from your phone using a raspberry pi. This point leads me to my first piece of advice.Follow @Tim_Leland
Have you ever wanted to wirelessly control power outlets from your phone? You could buy a Belkin WeMo Switch for over $40 for 1 outlet or build your own with 5 outlets for under $35 if you already own a Raspberry Pi. Hopefully this post will guide you in the right direction.