Sadly it’s time for me to retire my lovely iPhone 3GS. This is my unboxing of the iPhone 5 from 21st of Sept. 2012.
Btw. I still have the 3GS. I cannot access the App Store any more, but calendar, messages, browser, email and maps – the basics – still work. I love that phone.
I’ve had a cargo bike for 5 years now, and I’m super happy with it. However, it has been improved over the years to become a lot more family friendly. Read about what I’ve done here.
I created an online story collection to keep the stories about my brother alive. The project is now on GitHub.
I have never welded anything in my entire life, but for about just as long – I’ve been wanting to learn. And now the time has come! Read on to get the basic information needed to get started.
If you take a step back, there is not much you have to know to understand Minecraft. What makes it interesting however, is the emerging gameplay. Read on to quickly get a basic understanding of Minecraft.
How do you keep your bookmarks safe? There are really good paid services available, like Pinboard.in, and then there is Linkding; a free open source project, perfect for your Raspberry Pi.
This is the first time I am doing anything with electronic paper, and a Raspberry Pi for that matter. The journey was fun, and quite frustrating at times. Read on to learn about the process.
Making a turn based game on iOS that relies on GameKit and Game Center would have been a pretty straight forward affair if only the documentation was consistent, clear and without errors. Sadly the documentation is quite bad making things feel so much more complicated than they are. In this article I’ll first provide you… Continue reading Turn Based Games with GameKit
The idea of honest code is not anything new. We are all to some extent trying to be honest when coding. However, conditions arise that causes us to cut corners, and that is often when dishonesty seeps into the code. And once it is there, it tends to stick around. Writing honest code is to… Continue reading Writing Honest Code
I’ve never liked seeing a console I love being replaced; it bothers me that the move may be little more than financially motivated. At least I feel that is true for the Xbox and the Playstation – each generation bringing little else than more horsepower. Which is why I appreciate Nintendo. Sure, the lifespan of… Continue reading Switch It Up