Mar 31, 2015

Why patch? Unlike WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla!, TERMINALFOUR is very particular about where content appears in a template. The concept of loops is still present, but handled in an unusual manner. You get one main loop, which pulls in all page content marked as the text/html format, and then a predefined set of additional loops […]

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Feb 14, 2015

My kitchen was missing something. I’d looked at clocks and artwork, but none of the options were simultaneously affordable and nerdy enough for my liking. What I needed was a way to incorporate my love of thrift store finds and coding into something functional, attractive, and unique that would cause my visitors to be delighted […]

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Jan 24, 2015

I’ve recently been attempting to enable a 3D printer to make parts out of nylon 618, and I immediately ran into the issue that the parts tend to fail to adhere or, when they do adhere, warp off the bed midway through printing. One of the common bits of wisdom with printing nylon is to […]

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Dec 3, 2014

One point that became immediately clear upon running my Raspberry Pi remote control car was that any decent control system needed a way to accommodate new hardware and improved scripting without requiring significant, irreversable modifications to the program. The bot needed a way to accept easily upgradeable bite-size plugins to control things like moving forward […]

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