You’re probably enjoying Pokemon GO like many others!
The game doesn’t outright tell you how to transfer Pokemon for candy so we wanted to highlight in a few easy steps:
Did you get a little extra Christmas cash this year? Or maybe not sure how to spend that gift card? Join us as we countdown the top 3 streaming devices under $50.
The Roku Streaming Stick is a solid device, but we’re giving in third place. It’s the most expensive of the three devices we couldn’t find any solid reason to shell out the extra dough.
The Chromecast is definitely a neat little device! You’ll easily be able to cast tabs from your chrome browser on your computer, phone, or tablet to your TV in HD. However, we found that it’s versatility is also it’s crutch. Because the Chromecast depends on users to configure additional devices you can sometimes run into tiny glitches. In addition, not all WiFi devices are supported and if you have a locked down router you might experience issues casting from your devices to the Chromecast.
The Amazon Fire Stick is by far our favorite streaming gadget under $50! This nifty little stick comes with it’s own remote allowing for quick and seamless setup. The remote only has several buttons and is designed with simplicity in mind. In addition the user is forced to watch a quick 60 second setup video when they first activate the device, which is great for teaching kids or adults how to use their new stick. This stick can do it all, it can stream Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime content.
With the new Evaluation system in Ohio my curriculum director needed an easy way to create a folder for each teacher to keep track of all of their documents, evaluations, slo’s, etc. So I went to work and created an easy to use script.
I started working on a new project that is going to let me control the Arduino using WiFi. I looked at several different options to accomplish this goal. There are WiFi shields that could plug and play straight into the Arduino, but they are somewhat expensive ($79) and it uses up pins on the Arduino that I may want to use on other parts of my final robot project. My next option I looked at was an Ethernet shield. It would plug straight into the Arduino losing pins and now requiring a router of my choice. I would expect the cost to be higher than the Wifi shield cost, because I would want a decent router that is capable of high performance. My last option I looked at was the one I went for. It requires a wireless router that supports DD-WRT with USB support. Here’s a list from DD-WRT wiki of the compatible routers.