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  • carltonwb commented on khinds10's instructable AtticTemp - Temperature / Climate Logger6 months ago
    AtticTemp - Temperature / Climate Logger

    Followed the instruction and worked first time out.I have a silly question though. Why have a screen on the device when it is in the attic.In my area it can get to 150F+ during the summer and a screen seems out of place.I am going to try one that will integrate into my setup.Thanks for the great work.

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  • carltonwb commented on Jadem52's instructable Science of Kimchi 1 year ago
    Science of Kimchi

    Can this be done in a vacuum seal bag (like used for sous vide)

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  • carltonwb commented on jones424's instructable Washer Dryer Built In2 years ago
    Washer Dryer Built In

    Any problems with vibration of the units (walking). I am moving and have to buy two new units. Thought if I did not have to buy the metal base it would save me a few bucks.

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  • carltonwb commented on Piney's instructable Raspberry Pi Wall Mounted Google Calendar3 years ago
    Raspberry Pi Wall Mounted Google Calendar

    I have built this using chromium and pointing to a custom html page that includes a clock module, google calendar, and weather for the two places I live. Each section is about 400px height and 350px width.My only problem is the Google calendar. After figuring out how to get it to display properly (making the calendar public) I am still having problems.If I place my html file on a live website and call up the file url it displays perfectly ie if I have 4 meetings in one day it will display one and then say +3, allowing the calendar to display the entire month properly. But if I display it on the PI it shows all 4 meetings causing the calendar to only display 3 weeks before it is out of frame.Anyone have ideas on how to correct this.Thanks

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