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3D Printed Bathroom Cabinet Shelf Finishing Strip

3D Printed Bathroom Cabinet Shelf Finishing Strip

The shelves in my bathroom (mirror) cabinet do have fixed positions. So when trying to put an electric (standing) toothbrush in there, it would not fit. So I just took out a bit of one of the shelves. And this left an ugly front side of the shelf, which needed some solution. First attempt was just using a bit of electric isolation tape; Of course this works fine (a bit shabby, but it’s juts a normally closed cupboard). But as…

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SEO Wisdoms

SEO Wisdoms

Or: how to get your data to be found on the internet… Intro So… at the office we were moving from one web mail/storage system to another (too bad, not getting any better), and we had to go through our old documents to determine what to keep. And in the pile of stuff to check, there was a nice photo of some Search Engine Optimization (SEO) rules which will (probably?) never get old. We did have these rules up on…

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Simple Tcp Vpn Over Ssh Socks

Simple Tcp Vpn Over Ssh Socks

Github Project: https://github.com/atkaper/simple-tcp-vpn-over-ssh-socks Poor-man’s VPN for TCP traffic over SSH dynamic socks tunnel, uses Linux/iptables Taken some TCP tunneling code from Christophe Devine, and turned it into a transparent socks proxy. This serves as a lightweight / poor-man’s VPN connection, to combine firewalled networks into one. Requirements; use linux on your end, and you need to be able to connect to an SSH server on the network you want to reach. And the local and remote network IP-ranges should NOT…

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Pebble Watchfaces

Pebble Watchfaces

Github Projects: https://github.com/atkaper/pebble-simpleweek-nl and https://github.com/atkaper/pebble-simplicity-nl Pebble is a smartwatch, once created by a no longer existing company as a kickstarter project in 2012. See wikipedia for more info; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pebble_(watch) I do own a couple of these watches, and did create my own “watch face” for it. I still use the simpleweek-nl one, which displays the time, date, day, and week number. The “strange” number in the top left corner is indicating the year divided by 13 (4 week periods), as…

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