The Trials And Tribulations Of Building An IOT Garage Door Opener — Hackaday

Garage doors can be frustrating things, being a chore to open manually and all. Many people opt to install a motorized opener, but for some, even this isn’t enough. Hooking up a garage door to the Internet of Things has long been a popular project, and [Simon Ludborzs] decided to give it a shot. Naturally,… viaContinue reading “The Trials And Tribulations Of Building An IOT Garage Door Opener — Hackaday”

No Wasted Ink Writers Links — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Originally posted on No Wasted Ink: Welcome back to another Monday of writing links here on No Wasted Ink. There is plenty here to entertain or inform you about the craft of writing. I hope you enjoy this week’s selection. I apologize for not having a links post last week, but I was away at… viaContinue reading “No Wasted Ink Writers Links — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog”

Content Sites vs. Ecommerce Sites —

There are many different kinds of online businesses. If you’re a reader of this blog, you likely prefer to build ecommerce websites. And while I think ecommerce is great, today I want to talk to you about a model that I’m personally heavily involved in: Content websites. Both ecommerce and content websites are highly profitable,… viaContinue reading “Content Sites vs. Ecommerce Sites —”

How to join Whisper & the Roar or submit guest writing — Brave & Reckless

Originally posted on Whisper and the Roar: Are you a fan of exceptional writing? Are you a writer of poetry, prose and micro fiction? Do you consider yourself a feminist? Whisper and the Roar is currently recruiting new Collective Members as well as guest writers and putting the call out for previous Whisper writers to… viaContinue reading “How to join Whisper & the Roar or submit guest writing — Brave & Reckless”

Cook this: Seared duck breast with brown sugar–vinegar cabbage, roasted potatoes and herb salad from Ruffage — National Post

Originally posted on ravenhawks' magazine Magick for Mind Body and Soul:
Our cookbook of the week is Ruffage by chef, writer and former farmer Abra Berens. Over the next three days, we’ll feature more recipes from the book and an interview with its author. Ribboned and caramelized red cabbage is the centrepiece if Abra Berens’s comforting main…

Dwayne Johnson Thinks A Black Superman Will Happen Soon — Archy news nety

Dwayne Johnson states that he has a cinematic comic book adaptation Superman played by a black actor. The action star is next to The Fast and the Furious spin off Hobbs & ShawIdris Elba’s villainous super soldier Brixton Lore declares himself “Black superman.” Recent years have seen POC characters from comics begin to receive more… viaContinue reading “Dwayne Johnson Thinks A Black Superman Will Happen Soon — Archy news nety”

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