Taking things apart to look at their parts and work out how they work.
It’s part of the process.
I need to build a thing to help with my 3D printing at work.
Music, and time to clear out the bird box again for the next family.
We’re stuck at home isolating with Covid-19, so I’m building things to fill my time. Like a skull with eyes that light up (3D printing, resin and LEDs).
3D print was 3DKitbash’s Skull Box with Brain:
It’s time to upgrade my PC again, 4 years after its last upgrade. Its role has changed in that time. What CPU should I buy?
If you haven’t heard of Twitch, it’s a huge place where people play games and other people watch people play games. In fact, it has expanded far beyond that and you can watch people do all sorts of things. Maybe you want to learn how to cross stitch or about 3D printing?
Twitch (and other streaming platforms) are more than this. They are also places where people can connect, we can listen to regular voices in the background while we do things, and communities form. For some people, probably even more so in times like these, they’re a reliable form of social contact.
I thought I’d try to stream on Twitch a little regularly for some of these reasons. We can talk about stuff, or we can just play through some games. Whatevs.
Vlog 100! We’re off to the Insomnia gaming festival but there’s a problem.
How to find geocaches with just your Garmin Fenix 3 (and while running).