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After truncate, image still burns to SD card but raspberry pi don't load. Can you please assist.

Nice! You should look into using OpenHab or HomeAssistant as a centralized UI for all of your "things". With one of these applications, your…

One of the things I REALLY like about the more recent Teensy's (3.5 and later) is that they have a built-in true Real Time Clock that can…

I can't wait to see how this smart home project turns out. =P Also, RIP Python 2.7. o.O

RFID reader track the information in the antenna on the chip. Mostly the chip fixed on a card. When the card is in the territory of RFID…

Yea, those are a great option too! Just saw an opportunity for a project.

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I saw those too... it had a bazillion pieces (aka ~5000). I really wanted to call and ask how 99 is the limit... why not just throw out the…

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