Monthly Archives: December 2017

Reading EEPROM – Obtaining the GE Concord Express Installer Code

One of the more frustrating things for me is when someone, or some company, attempts to control me. Typically having the desire for less responsibility, I have no desire to control individuals in this way. Recently, I started looking into … Continue reading

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Displaying Pi Output on an LCD

A few weeks ago, I shared an¬†article about leveraging the Meraki API and a Raspberry¬†Pi to create a Dummy Light for My Network. Today’s article expands on this slightly by adding a 16×2 LCD Display for additional output flexibility. For … Continue reading

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A Dummy Light for My Network

I’ve always heard the red lights in car dashboard referred to as Dummy Lights. One example might be the use of a light to indicate high temperature in lieu of a temperature gauge. Over the past few weeks, I’ve spent … Continue reading

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