The good, the bad and the $700 IoT cold-press juice machine.

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I'll show you how to use Yahoo's free Weather API.

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Five of my favorite slick DIY projects that somehow relate to IoT

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In this next-to-last installment of the Digital Pantry project, we do some enclosure fabrication and build our own vacuum molding table!

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The tech news world has been buzzing with the recent congressional vote to overturn FCC privacy rules that were passed last year. We look at how ISPs can access and use data from your IoT devices.

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I create a Yagi antenna out of Popsicle sticks and paperclips and use it to measure connection strength (RSSI) to WiFi access points.

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With 50 billion IoT devices projected to join the web by 2020, whose platform will they be on?

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Increase the range on your 2.4GHz IoT devices with these simple antenna hacks.

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Learn how to build beautiful GUIs on your connected Raspberry Pi projects using NWJS (formerly Node-Webkit)

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IoT can be leveraged for a more sustainable future. As makers, we can take action at home.

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While many of us fancy a new "Home of Tomorrow," the real growth in IoT is occurring in places most of us don't see.

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Stay connected with this Particle Photon-enabled stuffed animal.

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Build a power switch for the Amazon Echo that can be activated from a voice command.

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Got an internet-connected device as a gift? Let's have a quick chat about how to prevent another Mirai botnet attack.

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It appears we have a similar sense of humor, here’s my Capri Sun squeezer, Juiceppi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PobIVgIPoew
Sure, but today’s novices will be writing tomorrow’s tutorials, and if we tell them today that “and” is a thing, whereas “&&” is a…
I agree completely and that is the point I was attempting to make (perhaps not as clearly as possible). Shawn stated that XOR isn’t…
> There is no need to teach people obtuse punctuation like “&&” and “||” when C++ (and, by extension, Arduino) has perfectly…
You’re right that the choice of basis operators is arbitrary. (A common basis choice in high-level languages is AND, OR, and NOT.) You’re…
There is no need to teach people obtuse punctuation like “&&” and “||” when C++ (and, by extension, Arduino) has perfectly reasonable “and”,…
It’s interesting that you expressed the XOR as: P ⊕ Q = (P || Q) && !(P && Q) The classical expression for XOR is P ⊕ Q = (P && !Q) ||…
SparkFun’s tutorials are really fun and easily accessible. Thank you so much for sharing
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Nice write up, but I want to pick on one thing. You said exclusive OR is not considered a fundamental logic operator because it can be…

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