Category Archives: code

Building CouchDB

This is a quick technical post for posterity, if you’re not interested I won’t be offended if you leave now. I’m working to try to get couchdb on my hosting provider, Dreamhost. They’ve been a great service for me so … Continue reading

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I’ve been using a lot of python, jQuery and web services recently and thought it was time to pull together those skills into a public app. Like most developers, I often “scratch my own itch” and write code to solve … Continue reading

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Build your own ioGun!

I apologize for what will effectively be a brain dump post, but a new friend of mine from the hackaday forums is getting started on his own accelerometer controlled system and I wanted to see if I could save him … Continue reading

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Taking (and keeping) your temperature!

I swear I don’t have a penchant for medical terminology but this ioBridge stuff is making me feel like that time I stayed at a Holiday Inn… so refreshing, I think I could perform surgery! After my heart hacks (see … Continue reading

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Bridge to my heart…

Yesterday I talked quickly about my new ioBridge module and how excited I was to get started with it! As I mentioned, my real goal is to bring physical interactions into the digital world and I had a heartbreakingly simple … Continue reading

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