One of the things I am always interested in is ways to capture and backup things that are important to me. I frequently talk about backing up cellular phone pictures. I also back up my blogs. For many years I copied the blog into a word document. Now, I use an automated tool that is wholly online, Blog2Print. There are limits to what Blog2print can do, in particular, the number of pictures per book and so on, but overall it is a very useful toolset. If you are a WordPress blogger, Blog2print helps you, creating an online pdf backup of your blog. You can also order physical books, I’ve done that a couple of times as well.
I am bringing it up now because they (Blog2Print) doesn’t have or didn’t have a Niume plugin. While I had backups of all my Niume posts because I always post yesterday’s post on WordPress today, I didn’t get to make a book from my Niume Posts. I do miss Niume. The world of blogging is hard enough without having to worry, is the platform going to go away.
Our home seismograph got a reading from the Earthquake in Costa Rico two days ago. I shared the actual readout yesterday and again today as the image with my technology blog. I am still learning the ins and outs of having a seismograph. Overall it isn’t that hard.
The concept of you see, measure and of course what you need to know is always interesting. Sometimes information is something you don’t know you need until it is too late. One of the things I am thinking about is how could someone create a unified modular IoT framework both software and hardware. It is something I am noodling right now and may bring it to Kickstarter to build.
Technology is something I enjoy, but it isn’t the only thing I enjoy!