It’s already easy to block ads network-wide with the Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi, but now you can do it for even less money by running it on a C.H.I.P. microcomputer, which you can buy for $9. There is a little bit of manual work to get it on the network since it doesn’t come with an Ethernet port. […]
The Pi-hole project has been growing steadily for quite some time now and is been becoming difficult to manage. I usually spend a few hours a night after my full-time job fielding questions and reviewing pull requests. Lately, it has been mostly responding to people instead of writing code, because without a userbase, there is […]
I always have a lot of fun seeing what people do with their Pi-holes. This is one of my favorites: a case with a start/stop button and LED indicator lights for the current status of the Pi-hole.
You can create your own icons to replace the Dropbox badges that appear that the bottom-right of folders in your Dropbox. All you need is an image editor and an app to convert images to icons.
The GameStick I had high hopes when I backed the GameStick Kickstarter project. After finally receiving mine, it was underwhelming. The UI was slow and sluggish, there were not many games, and the controller had considerable lag. Many of the issues were fixed, but you can turn your LGameStick into an old school emulator. You […]
My C.H.I.P. computer arrived yesterday. The first thing I did was take an obligatory banana picture as seen below.
The conundrum: Website content is supported by advertisements, but you don’t want to see them. But when you block ads, you are costing your favorite sites money. The solution: Soon, there will be a way to make everyone happy. Users can pay a subscription to support both the ad-blockers and the content creators and still […]