I have recommended KoboToolbox (and KoboCollect) for nonprofits, and we also use it at DataMeet to collect all kinds of data, including IDVC. For IDVC, I pull the data from KoboToolbox, do some massaging, and then upload it to CouchDB. It works very well. But what if I want to make this whole process real-time?
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I have been having some neck pain for the last two weeks. I have been wearing a collar upon the doctor’s advice. It’s kind of under control now. But I might have to do something more to fix it.
I have been moving to Bruno from Insomnia App in the last few weeks. I loved Insomnia. I have introduced it to so many folks. In recent times, though, it has become very cloud-oriented. In my last update, I thought I lost all the data. I had to downgrade to get it. That was it.
I have used VirtualBox for creating Virtual Machines, especially when trying something new or needing isolation. Over time, parts of the needs were satisfied by Docker (Podman). But there are still instances where I would like a proper virtual machine. These days, I have moved to QEMU, that too, Quickemu.
I have a Zoom H1n, which I have used for recording things on the go. But one of the features is to use it as a USB microphone, which I knew about but had not tried. This week, I tried. It was easy and worked really well. I am making a note here for future me and anyone else.