Tag Archives: Toolkit

A must have app for your iPhone – DocScan

This is an app that I was recently introduced to. In the past, I have used the built in camera to take pictures of receipts that I wanted to make sure that I didn’t loose. Even in good lighting, getting … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – The Next Order

Ok, I will admit, in the few days that I have had my Raspberry Pi, I am hooked. The more I have researched the possibilities of what RPi is capable of, the more ideas I had of things to try … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Proper shutdown options

Before I got too much farther in my learning process with the Raspberry Pi, I knew enough about Linux that there had to be a proper shutdown process so that all the files are properly closed and all running process … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – First Boot

This is the next installment in my series about my recently acquired Raspberry Pi. in my last installment, I prepared the SD card with the latest release of Raspian distro. In this video, I will show the post process that … Continue reading

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QR Codes – Friend or Foe ?

I have been seeing more and more of these strange little squares with a variety of patterns in them otherwise known as QR codes. After getting my iPhone several years ago, I came across a bar code scanner from AT&T … Continue reading

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Make the move to Rechargeable Batteries !

We have all had the collection of batteries in the kitchen drawer. The next move is to buy batteries in bulk at placed like Costco, keeping them into the freezer to prolong the shelf life until they are needed. What … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi – Boot Media creation on a Mac

Got a little surprise from the Postman today when part of my RaspberryPi order arrived. The order is arriving in separate packages. In this case, the RaspberryPi board and the 8GB Sandisk SD card arrived. I took the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Implementing a Trunk or Etherchannel configuration on a Cisco device

When I first started working with network equipment, it wasn’t long before I setup my first trunk network connection. Configuring single port trunk and access ports was a lot of what I did at first. Like an access port, a … Continue reading

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RaspberryPi – The Final Shopping List

After yesterday’s post, I started placing the order that I talked about. While putting the order in, I found several 4GB Sandisk SD cards, so I didnt put that item on the order but did keep the 8GB card on … Continue reading

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A Followup Review on SEL-2924 Bluetooth to Serial adapter

After my initial review, writeup and video about the SEL-2924, I read all of the documentation available from SEL’s website (http://www.selinc.com) and found a few things that warranted me doing another video. I made reference in the first video to … Continue reading

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