Learning & Firefox

Out of all the places I write, this is the easiest blog. I keep it focused on technical information that I have derived / learned and it operates as kind of a set of notes for me to look back into the stuff that I do. As time has gone by, I have done less…… Continue reading Learning & Firefox

On The Bench: Google AIY Voice & Raspberry Pi

Setup my recently arrived Google AIY/Voice Project and am busy going about customizing the interface.  Short a MicroSD card but Amazon will fix that soon enough.https://aiyprojects.withgoogle.com/Note:  Enjoying the Linux nature of Raspberry Pi as well as all the Python tools and use.  Clearly a Confluence Project.

AIY Projects: Do-it-yourself AI for Makers

From Google Developers Blog  Fully assembled Voice Kit.  Thursday, May 4, 2017 Posted by Billy Rutledge, Director of AIY ProjectsOur teams are continually inspired by how Makers use Google technology to do crazy, cool new things. Things we would’ve never imagined doing ourselves, things that solve real world problems. After talking to Maker community members,…… Continue reading AIY Projects: Do-it-yourself AI for Makers

Recreate the Hack from Sneakers

https://github.com/bartobri/no-more-secrets From Lifehacker.com If simply popping into the command line isn’t enough to make you feel like a ‘90s hacker, GitHub user bartobri created a silly decrypting text effect pulledfrom the movie Sneakers. Once you install the tools, you can manually run any command you want through the decryption effect. You can also just type…… Continue reading Recreate the Hack from Sneakers

Open MailTo Links from Twitter in Gmail

Step 1: Open your Gmail account. First, go to Gmail. After it loads, you’ll see this icon called the “Protocol Handler” in the browser address bar.   Step 2: Click “Allow” in the window that pops up. Now click the “Protocol Handler” and a window will pop up. When it does, clickAllow, then Done.