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In this “On The Fly” Update, Hoffy shares that he is disassembling a USB keyboard that suffered an accidental soda bath. He also comments on other technical matters that have been a fault in the production of the show.
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Well, due to a misfortunate incident, involving a bottle of cream soda being dumped into the keyboard of my main unit, I’m going to be confined to the laptop for a while. It was a purely an accident on part of my Son, and it will be a while before I can replace it.
Living With Lymphedema
It has been one week since I began taking Guaifenesin to see if it serves an effect on my Primary Lymphedema. Granted it has been only one week since taking it twice daily I have seen no directly visible change. I am not convinced as of yet that it is not effective. I look at it in the perspective of it has taken 30 some years for me to degrade to the level I am and in all fairness, I think it deserves more than a week to prove its case.
I can say that a lot of the congestion I have felt for a while, through0ut the rest of my body, however, has cleared up real nice. This overall has made me feel much better. I will not be increasing any dosages until after one month, and with physician approval. I will continue my weekly updates on this topic until I am convinced of either its effectiveness or lack thereof.
W.A.R.P. Workshop Automation & Reporting Protocol
W.A.R.P.’s purpose is to provide a network-based GUI to control various components around the workshop. Sometimes, I will retire upstairs and forget to turn something off. W.A.R.P. will allow for me to not only have local control via a manual switch but also the ability to override that switch via the GUI remotely.
Example: Main Workshop Lights are left on. Even though the manual light switch is turned on, I will be able to tell those lights to turn off through the GUI. Once returning to the Workshop, by turning the manual Switch OFF and then ON again will reactivate the lights locally.
Hoffy’s Model Railroad
Ever since I was little, trains have always been in my life. My Grand Father loved his trains, and though he only brought them out for Christmas I always looked forward to them. My Parents and I would also go on day trips in the summer which frequently passed through Strasburg & Reading Pennsylvania, Continue reading