A while back I posted about a new domain name and server, but I did not, however, tell you that we are also on a new (better) IRC network… Yes, that means that it is time to reconfigure your IRC clients and bouncers.
I’ve been inactive lately, and I apologize for that. I recently got a job and have been working all day every day other then the weekends when I rest, however I’m going to start working on projects after work instead of resting. Why? Because it doesn’t matter how tired I am, as long as you guys get content :D!… Anyways…
There are various books out there for those who want to learn programming or how to tinker with technology. Books that will help guide you to the right path! Some are free and some you have to pay for, but with the right mind you can do anything.
You have a Raspberry Pi, and you don’t really have the money to buy hardware or just want something real simple you can do with it using items you most likely have around your house. This guide/how-to will help you do exactly that!
After moving servers and domain names, we finally got around to getting our social media accounts connected to WordPress again. This means that all of our posts, will be linked on each social media account. Why should you care? Instead of having to keep checking back here or setting up email notifications, you can just scroll through your feed on the specified social media and notice our posts there!
You clicked on this post and came to this page because you thought of a lamp that actually lights up made from a raspberry pi. Sure, a Raspberry Pi home lighting system sounds fun and is on my list of projects to make, that’s not what we mean by LAMP. What we mean by LAMP is a Linux Apache MySQL PHP server. We are going to teach/tell you how to make a Raspberry Pi web server that is fully functional.
Thanks to Wiley, we are on a new server and domain name! He helped us out by informing us on how to get a free domain name and is allowing us to use some of his server space! We owe him a great deal.