Category Archives: Security

DIY filter adapter for a camera lens without filter thread

Some camera lenses like Zenitar 16mm (F2.8) do not have a commonly used filter thread at the front of the lens. However, it is possible to make your own adapter. An easy non-destructive way is to used filter adapter rings … Continue reading

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Touchscreen on Raspberry PI, to show key performance data

A tiny touchscreen on portable Raspberry PI (RPI) might be very helpfull for showing sensor values or key performance data like memory, CPU level or disk space left. My intention is to build a portable air quality monitoring tool based … Continue reading

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Wireless router with 4G USB modem/dongle, by ROOTer

Previously I managed to get the OpenWRT working on a wireless router. As this router also has an USB port, I tried to get an USB 4G dongle working on it. After realizing that the solution is very much dependent … Continue reading

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Test: O365 and Azure test lab guides

Microsoft is providing 30 day trial environments for Office 365 and for Azure. These trials can be used to setup a test and development environment by following the step-by-step guides from MS. If you are intending to start using those … Continue reading

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Recommended Book:Enterprise Cybersecurity

I was positively surprised about this book “Enterprise Cybersecurity“, and I can happily recommend it to anyone working with security management. There are more than one way to do the things, and this book is showing one alternative way on … Continue reading

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Six Thinking Hats, a method to talk about ideas, problems and challenges

Six Thinking Hats method can be useful when taking a discussion/workshop with several participants and at the same time you want to make sure that you will get some concrete results out of the session. This method nicely gives a … Continue reading

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Test, DIY tuning a piano key

I promised to “have a look” on a piano that did not sound “right” any longer; not for some time. A piano tuning professional had said that he does not know any piano with this name. After opening the piano, … Continue reading

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