The Big Stack Overflow 1000

I hit 1000+ reputation on stack overflow. I feel this is quite an achievement, one of my biggest (or greatest, or largest? Not sure.). I […]

Graveyard Spiral REDUX

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Quadcopter

I have access to Adobe Premiere Pro and have always felt a little overwhelmed by it (the software) and, creative-wise, the additional dimensions of time and sound. […]

The One Percent: Success

I started this blog/ website (does one still say blog?) with the aim to be part of the One Percent: To give (to the internet) […]

Carving with CNC

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series DIY CNC Machine

The CNC machine has had a few upgrades since my last post. I will list them at some point. The machine now is at a […]

App: Wifi Hot-Spot on Oreo

I rooted my Pixel XL to try and fix the Trigger app’s refusal to turn on wifi hot-spotting automagically when I turn my car on. […]

Dog’s Head

This entry is part 1 of 15 in the series Dog's Head

We bought a giraffe head coat hook a while back – not sure why. Its made of cast aluminium. I have since seen the same […]

Typo Detection Part V: Comparing Matrices

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Typo detection

In the last couple of posts, I considered whether the Frobenius distance/norm or Pearson correlation coefficient were appropriate ways to compare my 4 POS transition matrices. Also, […]

Typo Detection Part II Other Writers

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Typo detection

I have been playing with something to try and detect annoying typos. It uses a natural language processor (at the moment I’m using Stanford Parser) to […]

Typo Detection

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Typo detection

Typos There is nothing worse than when you spend hours, days (weeks?) writing something and then you revisit it and find it peppered with dumb, […]

Smart(or Magic) Mirror

In my (so far) unsuccessful quest to mirror & control my Android phone on a Raspberry Pi + touchscreen (for my car), I kept on […]


WeatherBox Datafeed I added a thermometer to my outdoor solar shower, and a bit more. Table below shows the the most up-to-date data coming out if […]

Day Engine – plan your day away

Day Engine was a web app I created for the 2013 Google Cloud Developers’ Competition. It fared badly in a kind of no-useful-feedback-at-all kind of […]