Monthly Archives: November 2013

Howto: Setup Arduino on Chromebook

Background Arduino is an interesting microcontroller platform / board that arguably launched the era of low cost, standalone microcontroller systems. At this time, there are a multitude of these devices in the $50 less price range – but the Arduino … Continue reading

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Howto: Android Development on Chromebook

Background One the primary reasons I got the Chromebook was to support a broad range of development options on a Linux platform. The risk is that since it is a Chromebook, it is most definitely not a general purpose Linux … Continue reading

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Howto: Browse (more) Securely / Privately / Anonymously

Background For a number of reasons, many people are increasingly concerned with their privacy and security on the Internet. Since the primary reason most people use the Internet is for browsing, this would be a opportunistic use model to look … Continue reading

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Howto: Share Files Securely/Privately

Background The joint concepts of Secure and Private are relative and subjective. Relative in that there are very few absolutes, but there are an infinite number of variations that may be better or worse. Qualifying “better or worse” is where … Continue reading

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