This is my weather station powered by a Raspberry Pi 3A+ running Raspbian Buster lite. The weather station is a WS3080 and the software is pywws which uploads live weather data to Wunderground, Windy, openweathermap and weathercloud. I’ve now replaced this setup with a Raspberry Pi running weewx that receives data from the weather station… Continue reading Raspberry Pi 3A+ as a weather station
2 cups bread flour ½ teaspoon dried yeast 1 tablespoon honey 2 tablespoons olive oil ½ teaspoon salt 1 cup warm water
If you’re new to this, I thought I would start by what I would call a basic starter kit for stamping. It can seem daunting to try something new, but here’s what I would recommend you get. Clear acrylic blocks in a variety of sizes. If you’re pushed for money, and really don’t have the… Continue reading Basic stamping starter kit
If you’re a grown-up, or at the very least pretending to be one, you’ll have come across the trend of colouring books not designed for children. You may have even purchased one or two, or received them as gifts. Have you done any colouring in them yet? If you have, what did you like? What… Continue reading Colouring in
Today As you can see from my picture, accidents happen. Also I’m not patient, partly because I’m just not wired that way, and partly because I know I’m on a very strict time frame. This is the wonderful stamp of the month set from HobbyArt. They do a wonderful thing, and once a month one… Continue reading My creating
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I was bored so here you go!
Hi still working on amazing 288+ science center I got for my birthday!
Test to see how well the WordPress app for Android works.
I asked our daughter the other day if she wanted to learn how to do some programming and she said “yes, she would”. I haven’t really done much programming since BBC BASIC over 20 years ago, so I decided to go for Python. This book Python For Kids seemed to be the ideal book as… Continue reading Learning to program with Python