Today marks the day I finally gave up on Internet Explorer. I tried IE7,
I wanted to like it, but it was bloated and slow, gobbling up 300MB of
RAM. I've been using Firefox on and off for months but today I'm
switching to it as my primary browser on all my PCs. It's simply a
better user experience, has more add-ins that I want, and it's svelte
compared to the monster IE has become.
Yeah, I know the rest of the world switched years ago, why did it take
me so long? Guess it was just the result of 10 years at MSFT.
Digital Twin are an online representation of a real world object, a copy of its properties in the digital world and a way to send updated and commands to it. In effect I've been making them for years but now they have a trendy name.
Home automation systems need to respond to events in the real world. Sometimes it's an analog value, sometimes it's binary, rarely is it clean and not susceptible to problems. Let's discuss some of the ways to convert these inputs into actions.
Several years ago we did a major remodel. I did all of the finish electrical myself and supervised all of the rough-in electrical. I also put in all of the electrical system and water in our barn. I have opinions ...