Most people would want to go straight to my computer collection or my photos on Flickr. Otherwise you can see what I have been doing recently:

December 5th

waverley (feed #57) 9:15pm Posted on Waverley Camera Club:

November 30th

blog (feed #25) 8:48pm Published a blog post.

November 28th

librarything (feed #60) 7:00pm Added a book on LibraryThing.
MythBusters: The Explosive Truth Behind 30 of the Most Perplexing Urban Legends of All Time

November 26th

waverley (feed #57) 12:05pm Posted on Waverley Camera Club:

November 20th

librarything (feed #60) 7:00pm Added a book on LibraryThing.
The Complete Maus

November 19th

mastodon (feed #55) 1:14pm Posted on Mastodon:

The red does pop (or not depending on the colour management of your browser/device)

Assembled LEGO 42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3 set

November 18th

mastodon (feed #55) 12:59pm Posted on Mastodon:

More tidying up of bits, now the in the laundry is in a box instead of a tangle of wires (connects through the wall to the outside sensor in my previous toot)

Arduino mounted in a wall box in my laundry above the door and window, temperature sensor on the face plate of the box, wires running to door sensor and power supply

November 17th

mastodon (feed #55) 6:28pm Posted on Mastodon:

Getting around to replacing my temporary (almost two years) outside temperature sensor with a less janky solution

Two DHT22 sensors for monitoring the outside temperature, one hanging off a wire poked through a gap in the window frame, the other mounted on a wall plate

November 16th

blog (feed #25) 7:21pm Published a blog post.

November 14th

waverley (feed #57) 8:01pm Posted on Waverley Camera Club:

November 13th

mastodon (feed #55) 8:11pm Posted on Mastodon:

I got around to mounting my bathroom clock/sensor in a less obtrusive manner

On left is the components for my arduino clock and temperature sensor on a breadboard with wires sticking out. On right is the same components but mounted within a white wall plate on white wall with white cable.

November 12th

blog (feed #25) 7:57pm Published a blog post.
librarything (feed #60) 7:00pm Added 6 books on LibraryThing. (Hide Details)
Tools: A Visual Exploration of Implements and Devices in the Workshop Reactions: An Illustrated Exploration of Elements, Molecules, and Change in the Universe Molecules: The Elements and the Architecture of Everything How Things Work: The Inner Life of Everyday Machines Engines: The Inner Workings of Machines That Move the World Elements: A Visual Exploration of Every Known Atom in the Universe, Book 1 of 3

November 9th

librarything (feed #60) 7:00pm Added 8 books on LibraryThing. (Hide Details)
THE ILLUSTRATED AL: The Songs of "Weird Al" Yankovic The Art of the Con: The Most Notorious Fakes, Frauds, and Forgeries in the Art World Stick a Flag in It: 1,000 years of bizarre history from Britain and beyond More is More: Get Loose in the Kitchen Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, From Pointless Bones to Broken Genes Everything to Play For: The QI Book of Sports Bullshit Jobs: The Rise of Pointless Work, and What We Can Do About It A Stroke of the Pen: The Lost Stories
mastodon (feed #55) 4:30pm Posted on Mastodon:

This should be a rule: if you are copying a list of email addresses then stop, you are doing it wrong

November 7th

blog (feed #25) 9:49pm Published a blog post.

November 3rd

blog (feed #25) 11:01pm Published a blog post.
blog (feed #25) 10:50pm Published a blog post.
mastodon (feed #55) 10:13pm Posted on Mastodon:

Can't afford that rare or exclusive set? Find the instructions online and then order the parts from somewhere like Bricklink

LEGO 40501 The Wooden Duck

mastodon (feed #55) 10:09pm Posted on Mastodon:

When there is no official set for your favourite characters it is Rebrickable to the rescue: rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-10186

Wallace & Gromit in the style of LEGO BrickHeadz

mastodon (feed #55) 10:07pm Posted on Mastodon:

The latest addition to my collection of vehicles from movies made in is the Ferrari 205 Spyder from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Instructions from Rebrickable: rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-66942

LEGO model of the Ferrari 205 Spyder from Ferris Bueller's Day Off

flickr (feed #32) 9:54pm Posted 3 photos on Flickr. (Hide Details)
Wallace & Gromit as LEGO BrickHeadz Ferris Bueller Ferrari 205 Spyder in LEGO LEGO 40501 The Wooden Duck

October 31st

waverley (feed #57) 10:00pm Posted on Waverley Camera Club:

October 24th

blog (feed #25) 6:33pm Published a blog post.

October 20th

blog (feed #25) 9:09pm Published a blog post.

October 16th

blog (feed #25) 8:27pm Published a blog post.

October 9th

waverley (feed #57) 6:00pm Posted on Waverley Camera Club: