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Well Mr. UPS just showed up late today with a package from Element14 and tariq.ahmad. Now I wondered what could it be? So I ripped it open. Inside aside from propaganda Tee Shirt and Stickers, there was an Arduino Micro 5v, a Huzzh Feather, and two antennas, one for WiFi, the other for Cellular. And yet another Solderless Breadboard. Oh yes and the note wishing me happy holidays on a Disney Star Wars postcard. So to all my palls at Element14 happy holidays, merry Christmas, happy Hanukah, or wha ...
This is what you might have in your house. A 200 amp main panel, with a sub-panel for your Basement. You will notice the four large breakers in the lower left of the main panel, One of them feeds the sub-panel. But there only separated by a few inches. We will separate them by tens of feet. Also, the panel will not be a standard electrical panel, As I can't mount my controls inside. We will solve this problem by using industrial control boxes in which everything is mounted on DIN-Rails. This pro ...
This photo is to show you what this person thinks a Smart House should be wired! And there is a ton of it. I don't consider this very smart! Rember in my last posts, I talked about smart wiring? So let us start with the Requirements for the Rooms first. Rooms that are about 15' to 20' square.Network Cables: 2 in most rooms VoIP Cables: 2 in most rooms (2 phones as each phone is plugged in the VOIP switch 24port Cisco) TV Cables: 2 in most rooms, Larger rooms can but doubled Office 4 RJ45 Da ...
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Hacking Your Library

Posted by phoenixcomm Top Member Nov 30, 2019
In 2004,  Kendall Grant Clark of www.XML.com, wrote a series of articles called "Hacking The Library" they where: Geeks and the Dijalog Lifestyle (Feb 8, 2004) The Library of Congress Comes Home (March 17, 2004) Six Steps to LOC@Home (April 28, 2004) Putting ISBNs to work (June 2, 2004) Also, PyZ3950 a pure Python Z39.50 which you will need as well. And lastly, you need Tyrannionware: Synopsis: "Tyrannioware (written in Python) retrieves MARC data via Z39.50 from a host (I've tested a ...