I wanted a portable but big enough power bank for my car trips and camps. The one that can charge laptops, can run some small power tools and have UPS like functionality.
I have been thinking about running SDR on Android for some time. So I did this week. The setup is useful for “showing” radio waves to kids and adults. It also makes sense to see it when you want to debug wifi channel or other radio issues at home.
Echo and Pathu like long walks. I do like long walks with them. Usually, it isn’t easy in Bangalore with lots of traffic. But here in Thrissur, they go for long walks on pretty roads.
I have been full-time at a standing desk for almost two years now. Except in long meetings (which happens rarely), I don’t sit. I wondered if I could do more with my feet than just standing. What if I could use a foot pedal? Some use cases could be scrolling up/down, muting/unmuting in a meeting, pausing/continuing in OBS, etc.
many, I like online meetings. It gives me an option to attend an appointment from the comfort of my home office and listen to virtually anyone. Also, I have a very efficient way of taking notes. My home office – Tokyo, has good light and air. Any physical meeting in any other place won’t reach this level of comfort. That said, there are things that I still want to improve.
My first personal laptop was a Sony Vaio (PCG-6C2L) ), which I bought for cash at Best Buy in Milwaukee. I used the advance cash Infosys had given me. It was 13.3 inch, very portable laptop. It had two hard disks. Once small 30GB SSD for OS and a bigger regular one for the...