Chrystina needed a shoe rack so I designed and made this for our laundy room.
We are in Maui, Hawaii, celebrating our “1000 day” anniversary on November 15 2019
Photos here: https://imgur.com/a/Ng4AgM8
This is my first project in our new home. Establish home network location and make it nice!
Chrystina and I went to Waterton for the day. It was great. We had a picnic, went on a hike, got up close with a bear, found some fascinating caterpillars, ate delicious ice cream, and checked out some monstrous wind turbines on the way home. Got lots of nice photos. And videos too! Continue reading Waterton Windmill Weekend
So after my silly Garage Heist dropcam video gained moderate popularity, the fine people at Nest Labs decided to send me some free stuff! Everything I will need to thwart future heists.
The card puts it over the top. This really put a smile on my face today.
I was cleaning up my network today and was frustrated that I couldn’t enable bridge mode on my Telus Actiontec v1000h modem/router to put it into a modem-only state. The problem is that Telus changed the root/tech passwords on firmware 31.121L.13 and nobody knows what they are. My buddy Mike told me to try editing the webpage source and I’ll be damned it actually worked!
Basic Instructions (if you don’t want to watch the how-to video below):
1. Go to 192.168.1.254 (or whatever your gateway is) and log in to the admin/telus account.
2. Go to the Advanced Settings tab and open up WAN IP Addressing.
3. Open up your web browser’s developer tools (F12)
4. Search for <tr id=”id_rfc_1483_transparent_bridging” style=”display: none;”>
5. Change “display: none;” to “display: block;”
6. Select the now visible Transparent Bridging option on the page, then Apply
7. You’re done! You can see that the bridge is enabled on the Status tab under Connection Status > ISP Protocol.
Kevin, Simon, Chrystina and I playing TLOU. Had some good moments!
Kill Stealing 201 Full Match
Another Sweep Full Match
Another Sweep… But… Dammit!
Kill Stealing 201, One with the enemies, and Dude Perfect
Simon, Chrystina and I tearing it up in our last round of TLOU for the night.
I restored a Beaver 3800 Jointer and built a retractable caster mobile tool stand for it. I got the retractable caster idea from Carl Holmgren (see video). He is the retractable caster mobile tool stand master! I didn’t have any plans when I built it.
Build log image gallery and video below.
Continue reading Hidden Retractable Caster Mobile Base Design — Beaver 3800 Jointer Restoration