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3D Printing – Slicing Software and Tools

If you're new to 3D Printing then you need to know some of the Slicer tools available to you that help bring your prototypes and creations to life. I cover some of the tools I use which may be useful to you as you start your journey.

Common Scams – The FB “Live” Competition

Over the weekend, some fraudsters set up an apparent live feed where (allegedly) Robbie Williams was going to give you £5,000 for answering a simple question... If it's too good to be true then it probably is. This article highlights the scam and how to report them.

Headless Raspberry Pi Desktop Installation

This article explains how to install and configure a Raspberry Pi with Debian OS without the need to plug your Pi into an external Keyboard, Mouse and Monitor. As an optional extra, I'll show you how to enable VNC if you want to remotely connect to the Pi desktop.

Twenty Four Point Eight

Since almost losing my life to Sepsis last year, one of the numerous side affects of the multiple surgeries and procedures I've undertaken (and there's been plenty) has been the continued and repeat infections.

250th Blog Post

Muckypaws website started in the mid 90's as an excuse to teach myself HTML and Java/JavaScript using some space on a BT Internet Web Server. It came free as part of the internet package (Oh those were the days), and closed in 2012 after 15 years when BT terminated their webspace offering.

Where’s Lou?

Hello, the following is a true story which started life as a simple man mistake, I’d left the empty loo […]

1.21 Gigawatts

My home wired network developed a faulty LAN port, and I didn't really want to pull new cable through the house. Thankfully with the Preciva Network Repair Tool Kit, Identifying the fault and fixing it, turned out to be much easier with the upgraded Network Testing Tool.

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3D Printing – Slicing Software and Tools

If you're new to 3D Printing then you need to know some of the Slicer tools available to you that help bring your prototypes and creations to life. I cover some of the tools I use which may be useful to you as you start your journey.

Common Scams – The FB “Live” Competition

Over the weekend, some fraudsters set up an apparent live feed where (allegedly) Robbie Williams was going to give you £5,000 for answering a simple question... If it's too good to be true then it probably is. This article highlights the scam and how to report them.

Headless Raspberry Pi Desktop Installation

This article explains how to install and configure a Raspberry Pi with Debian OS without the need to plug your Pi into an external Keyboard, Mouse and Monitor. As an optional extra, I'll show you how to enable VNC if you want to remotely connect to the Pi desktop.

Merry Christmas 2020

Merry Christmas 2020, In this article I'm going to show you how to adapt the official Raspberry Pi 3D RGB Xmas Tree to read a PNG file to apply a pattern to the lights on the tree, improving on the supplied official scripts.

3D Printing – Slicing Software and Tools

If you're new to 3D Printing then you need to know some of the Slicer tools available to you that help bring your prototypes and creations to life. I cover some of the tools I use which may be useful to you as you start your journey.

Common Scams – The FB “Live” Competition

Over the weekend, some fraudsters set up an apparent live feed where (allegedly) Robbie Williams was going to give you £5,000 for answering a simple question... If it's too good to be true then it probably is. This article highlights the scam and how to report them.

Headless Raspberry Pi Desktop Installation

This article explains how to install and configure a Raspberry Pi with Debian OS without the need to plug your Pi into an external Keyboard, Mouse and Monitor. As an optional extra, I'll show you how to enable VNC if you want to remotely connect to the Pi desktop.

Twenty Four Point Eight

Since almost losing my life to Sepsis last year, one of the numerous side affects of the multiple surgeries and procedures I've undertaken (and there's been plenty) has been the continued and repeat infections.

250th Blog Post

Muckypaws website started in the mid 90's as an excuse to teach myself HTML and Java/JavaScript using some space on a BT Internet Web Server. It came free as part of the internet package (Oh those were the days), and closed in 2012 after 15 years when BT terminated their webspace offering.

Silverstone – Lap Land Experience

Wow... The light show was amazing (Not quite Pink Floyd light show ready), but a lot of effort had gone into the light show around the track, from lasers, sensory walls, light panels and big LED screens. Live snowglobes were dotted around the track with actors inside, depicting various Christmas Themes, the atmosphere with other drives was electric, all cheered on by Silverstone Radio and their live DJs out on the track talking to people joining the fun.