Welcome to CallamMcMillan.com. Delivering Boom since 2007! This is a series of blogs written by Callam McMillan and friends on a range of topics from the technical (Networking, Cisco, Web Development and "How To" guides), to the funny (Idiots hurting themselves on camera), via everything in between.
So what is Boom, and how does this CallamMcMillan.com deliver it? Boom started as a shorthand way amongst the people I work with of announcing we had made a personal impact. I have extended it a step further, so if something you read makes you think, makes you laugh, makes you leave a comment or show your friends, even if it makes you scream out how much you disagree with me, then it's Boom... Delivered*!
(* Please note CallamMcMillan.com is not responsible for any smashed keyboards as a result of our Boom! Sorry about that.)
This is the second video in my series on DIY Electronics and Home Automation. I am looking at what you'll need for your lab and how you go about setting it up.
Besides computer stuff, one of my hobbies is playing around with electronics. Having not done anything for a couple of years I decided that it's time to get back into the subject. As I work my way through what I want to do, I am making a video series to share it with everyone.
It's been a few weeks since I really had chance to work on anything for the website. Which is not to say that I have given up with it, just that I have been somewhat busy with other bits and pieces in my life. What I haven't been able to avoid though is the sight of how messy the comments sections now looks.
Three minutes, as in the period of time. It sounds like something you'd be expected to write about in school after annoying the teacher. I mean, what is there to write about the topic of three minutes? What if we then multiply those three minutes by five, as in the number of days in a working week. We now have a number of 15. Fifteen minutes is enough to actually do something useful... Or not, but it is enough time to do something. It is also the amount of time on average that Southeastern, the train company I find myself cursed to use to get to work take from me each and every week through delays. Multiply this number by a 48 week working year and you now have a cool twelve hours of delays from a mere three minutes a day!
Well, that was quite a month. Today is a rather wet and cold haloween night and this is the first post I've had a chance to put together this month. Admittedly a lot as happened, both for me and in the wider world.