This last week I gave a talk at the Linuxing in London group about IOT security. The main themes were why you should bother and how to secure a system. The talk looked at some historical examples where systems were
Currently, the route from Northern Ireland to Scotland is via the Stranraer ferry, this is a slow route and often closed due to bad weather. All this will be a thing of the past once a new combined tunnel and
Given that the penultimate post of the year falls on Christmas eve, I’ve been thinking about sleighs. Over on YouTube, Warren has been making a fantastic wooden sleigh. Just a table top version but a lovely build. Over at Greenfield
Andy unboxes a #SurpriseMakerParcel from Alfred Chow – Maker of things. There’s an interesting selection of items in the box, some really old ones and some useful electronics.
There have been some interesting comments on Twitter recently about selling price of handmade items. Fiora Aeterna shared an exchange from her friend a Cosplay prop and costume maker. There were a couple of notable points about the exchange. Firstly
Back on April 24th 1988 a tabloid newspaper reported that a Lancaster Bomber has been found on the moon. At the time this was thought to be fake news. Ivan Pullnileg a reporter for Russia Today claims that a leaked
Mad Morda I spotted Mad Morda via her application to host Element14’s “The Ben Heck Show”. She’s been making electronics, mods and 3D printed projects and publishing on youtube for the last year. I wish her the best of luck
Are bowls food safe? Jimmy Shaw brought up an interesting discussion on twitter the other day about where to draw the line for advising viewers. My thought was that this specific item should have been mentioned. The reasoning is that