Back in the days, coders didn’t have the convenience of stackoverflow or GitHub. You wanted to do something, you had to “invent” it yourself. We survived and thrived. Because we owned our source – and we understood it – every nook and cranny.Read More →
As a late-term “Baby Boomer” – I grew up with black-and-white TV and an assortment of shows that didn’t need a lot of blood or sophisticated tricks, but glued us to the TV sets anyway. Time to re-create some of the magic.Read More →
I’ve got to tell you: If I would be working at Mozilla, I would have been sad, disappointed, maybe even somewhat angry that Mozilla’s leadership wasn’t able to ‘sell’ the Firefox engine to replace Microsoft’s Edge technology. Why is it that Mozilla seems to be unable to compete against Chromium? Read More →
Here is the general idea: I wanted to have a record player that looks nice, spins at the appropriate rpm, is able to display matching labels and where the tone arm tracks the playing song in real time – in other words – the record should end depending on the length of the song. All of that should work without any interaction.
The Raspberry PI is a cute little machine. It’s easy to do a lot of useful things with it. And it’s easier than you might think. Read More →
Secumundo now supports “Content Security Policy” to protect against malicious cross-site-scripting. The art of developing web environments in an evolving world. Always a challenge, sometimes a PITA. Read More →