I recently discovered Node-RED, a flow-based programming platform for IoT.
In the past, I tried several solutions at my households, ending up writing my own node.js server that was dispatching API calls to the several devices around, like Philips HUE Lights, Android TV, SONOS, etc.
With Node-RED, everything is pretty straightforward, and it does not require much more than just connecting several blocks together, defining flows and behaviors.
If you are into home automation, check it out!
After a great week in Los Angeles, digesting my west coast jet lag, it’s time to pack my bags and join my 600 co-workers in Whistler, Canada.
For the next 7 days we’ll have the chance to spend time together under the same (huge) roof. If you want to have a glimpse of what will happen, follow our Instagram stream #a8cgm!
“We must find a better way.” #
If you think this video is awkward, imagine how terrible is to have a constant pressure on your own body image.
The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Katerina Kamprani. Check it out!
Apparently the meditation and food schedule method is working well on my jet-lag. I can pull through the whole night, being rested in the morning, even when I wake up at 3 am.
I’m glad it’s working.