build a full-sized replica of a Dalek prop from the original television series Doctor Who.
Time to Give-Up Toilet Paper?
I’ve pipe-dreamed about buying and starting to use a bidet to reduce my toilet paper consumption. Use a 3D printer to make our own.
Panic Sells, Calm Saves
Panic Sells, Calm Saves The safest way through the coronavirus and any other outbreak is staying healthy and well-informed. World…
My Experience with the Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer
If you haven’t joined the craze and purchased your very own Official Creality Ender 3 Pro 3D Printer then read…
Let’s Make Something Together
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Existential Crisis – Role-Playing Game Simulator
Maze simulation for role-playing adventure using basic elements from Dungeons & Dragons.
How To Backup and Restore your Inventory Management System
There are two important sections of The Inventory Management System that need to be backup and/or restore. The system stores…
Using a Raspberry Pi for your own Inventory Management System
An open-source, inventory management system written in PHP with a MySQL database has no problem operating on a Raspberry Pi. Initially, you’ll only have local network access, but if you want to allow remote web access, you can.
Basic Inventory Management System Web Application
I’ve spent a great deal of time searching for the right inventory management system for my work. I want the system to be relatively simple, straightforward, with only the necessary bells and whistles. Perhaps, even more important to me is the ability to modify the system to suit my needs. It’s rare to find an off-the-shelf product that can be modified or enhanced to suit needs. Fortunately, there are several open-source projects on GitHub related to Inventory Management System projects. I need to be able to customize the project to suit my needs. Similar to WordPress, the project I have selected is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database.
Wired or Wireless?
Electricity replaces the sun, wind, and some natural processes as the dependency for plants to grow indoors.
The first glaring problem with the typical indoor garden is that extension wires are annoying and a potential safety hazard. On the other hand, wireless communications can lack the reliability of the wired variant. Going further, should the system be available to the local network or should it be connected to the Internet?