Smart Home DIY on a tight budget

After twenty years of reading about smart homes I decided to finally make mine smart(-ish) as well. I’m working to reuse as much of existing infrastructure, so I can spend as little as possible. At the moment my system consist of: * hub * four google assistant speakers * hive thermostat * cctv camera *… Continue reading Smart Home DIY on a tight budget

HTML5

This week I’ve attended meeting of London-GTUG (Google Technology Users Group). Main themes of the meeting were Chrome Extensions and HTML5. First part was interesting, but not inspiring – the Firefox plugins are widely available, Chrome Extensions just close the gap between the browsers. I like the architecture of Extensions and reasonable restrictions Google put… Continue reading HTML5

Using Google Forms for feedback gathering

For some time now Google is running Google Forms service which allows anyone to create web forms using extremely simple creator. Just log in to your google account, go to documents to try yourself: Then follow on-screen instruction, there’s nothing that can cause any trouble to anyone. When you save the form, you will get email… Continue reading Using Google Forms for feedback gathering