Author: Daniel

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Prime day was eventful, for all the wrong reasons

The 12th July was Prime Day, Amazon’s answer to the blue cross sale. This is relevant, as I was saving my money for this special day, planning to use it as an opportunity to...

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It’s like rayeeyaaaaaaain, on your wedding day

Maybe not rain, but there’s certainly no sun today, and that makes testing my solar panel challenging. That said, I’m now (fairly) confident that the battery is receiving a charge, as the multimeter is...

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Danger Danger, High Voltage!

I am Edison. I am Tesla. I am capable of generating power from the very sun itself. I am God! *Ahem* Alternatively, the first project in the book is now complete, and I have...

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Let there be light

The solar panel arrived today. It’s about the size and shape that I expected and thankfully doesn’t seem to weigh too much. Obviously, the point of a solar panel is to sit outside and...

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My progress up to this point

Nothing exists in a vacuum, and desires don’t spring out of nowhere, so it’s surely obvious that prior to spending £126.58 on components, I must have engaged in some toe dipping, right? My interest...

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The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

The Maker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, a book written by Simon Monk (who I gather is quite well known within the maker community, having authored various books on the Arduino and Raspberry Pi),...