If you have been tempted to try playing with cheap ESP8266 or ESP32 devices, give @esphome_ a try. It is so simple. This is all what is needed to get a $3 ESP8266 track temp and humidity. 2/3rds is generated by the ESPHome wizard. Auto-detected and integrated by @home_assistant pic.twitter.com/aPSF8iRADM
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When people tell you that cycling in the Netherlands is dangerous, show them this graph (and point them to the right version). As @RachelAldred points out: we NEED exposure-adjusted numbers to prevent naive conclusions. From: researchgate.net/profile/Nicola… (via @rahulatiitd) pic.twitter.com/n69blCBTP4
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One of the really useful parts from my @home_assistant setup is status of appliances. This works with power meters, so no need for “smart” washer etc. The washer notifying us when done is really useful on days when the kids have produced a lot of clothes that need cleaning. pic.twitter.com/4W5fMU0oe6
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Afgelopen vrijdag was het hele team compleet tijdens onze Guapa Contribution Day. Deze dag stond in het teken van nieuwe ontwikkel technieken uitproberen en samen gave dingen te doen. 🤩 #webuildsuccess #magento #team #contribution bit.ly/2HRZBiu pic.twitter.com/VsA3T2OGRF
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I happened to stumble across the recorded livestream of @tantek's IndieWeb talk at the Decentralized Web Summit, so today I extracted just his talk from the livestream and published it as a standalone video! 📺▶️ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9FSPcmybT8 #dwebsummit #dweb
Holy hell, Node. A package with 2 million downloads a week and the maintainer hands over control to a rando stranger? And now it's mining cryptocurrency. Wow. github.com/dominictarr/ev… pic.twitter.com/MkqhHzjic1
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