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Technology Wander a little of this a little of that

There is something about unboxing that makes for a fun experience. In particular, as you can see from the included pictures I am unboxing a new 3D printer. SNAPMAKER is an all-metal 3D printer. It also includes a laser for cutting both objects and doing laser engraving. I am going to make a bunch of Labs’ Lair Too wooden drink coasters for home and the boat! I guess it is sort of one of those things I like to do, I am not sure there is the same level of interest for others.

A couple of other things to think about – the first being office cleaning. Yes, it is my annual New Years resolution. No, I haven’t managed to eve get the entire office clean. But this time at least I have taken more things out of my office than I have brought in. Since I get a lot of cables, it means I am getting things out of

One of the cleanup tasks I am going to get done is a little more cable management. Right now I have too many cables lying on the various surfaces. I need to untangle them and move some of them around.

My last technology wanders today the culmination of the last few days. I’ve spent a lot of time on AR, VR and Transactive Energy in the past couple of weeks. I need to wrap the two distinct series up in the next couple of days. The fun part is that they are extremely interesting topics. However, they are also topics I could write about for weeks, and I am not sure there is that large of an audience for that. I will wrap them up in the next few days.

What do you think?

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Written by DocAndersen

I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project.


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  1. You have inspired me to clean out the last 20 years worth of cell phones, cables, cartridges to printers that died years ago, chargers to dead electronics, and all the various dinosaurs of the computer age i still hoard like a pack rat, claiming tons of drawer and office space. Most useless for anything but recycling.

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