These did not look very happy and took a long time to sprout. In the end I didn’t eat most of them, but I planted one which is actually doing quite well in the garden.
I modded my multimeter, roughly following this guide: https://www.jackenhack.com/aneng-an8008-modify-for-better-accuracy-faster-readings/
I used the parts I had, which for the 3V rail were 100nF and 10uF ceramics, and a 470uF Rubycon. The voltage reference also got a 10uF. The replaced cap was a 100uF Chong.
Autoranging is still frustratingly slow, but I think it is probably a bit faster once it’s in the right range.
Putting in a new patch panel and cable. Panel was from aliexpress, seems quite solid though. Metal, claims Cat 6a.
How does LCSC know I am a cat? Are all their customers cats?
(It’s a picture of an lcsc box with a cat on it.)
Cheapest LoRa things I could find on Aliexpress. Hardware seems nice, documentation and software leaves a lot to be desired.
Also a rubber stamp I made by laser etching rubber and a plywood handle. :)
Yerba mate brewed in an espresso machine seems to give good crema, and actually tastes pretty good!
This is what happens when you leave me alone with a coffee machine. (Yerba mate in a portafilter).
I sieved it first to remove the sticks.
A model of a stretching cat in the Prusa 3D printer Slic3r software. Downloaded from https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1565405
River is a humanoid based on the planet Earth. It likes computering, adventures through time and space, and being a cat.