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September 28 2016

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Put away those pea shooters, kids. There’s a real man in town.

February 19 2016

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Midnight Radio. Written by Ehud Lavski. Art by Yael Nathan. If you like it, please share.


We love this. Well done, @elcomics!

January 20 2016

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Back seat
#sfstreetart #sfmuni (at San Francisco, California)

January 17 2016

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Yum. (at San Francisco, California)

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Jamóóóóón Iberico! (at San Francisco, California)

October 13 2015

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Wheels up again.

October 09 2015

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Positively beautiful SG Custom
@tavis96 @colourteal (at Chattanooga Choo Choo)

October 08 2015

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‘59 Les Paul
@tavis96 @colourteal (at Chattanooga Choo Choo)

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at Chattanooga Choo Choo

October 05 2015

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at Downtown Chattanooga At The River

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at Walking Bridge Chattanooga

October 04 2015

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at Ross’s Landing

October 01 2015

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at Chattanooga, Tennessee

September 27 2015

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Wheels down.

September 26 2015

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at AT&T Park

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at AT&T Park

September 25 2015

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Third Cali-versary today. Started the day with a clear morning and beautiful sunrise over the City, listening to Tycho’s Burning Man set on the way into the office. Going to wrap it up tonight marking one off the bucket list- catching AC/DC at AT&T park with the lovely @kerrykirk04. (at AT&T Ballpark. San Francisco Giants.)

September 13 2015


Sitch Mobile Sensor MK1

Here's a quick rundown on the purpose and parts for this sensor: Purpose: Untethered sensor, dials home via a WiFi connection.  Bring your own cellular hotspot (though if you suspect rogue base stations...) or if your destination has open WiFi, there you go.  The system will continue to run disconnected, so for information gathering purposes you can still gather on the road and the results should be forwarded to the collection point when you get within range of your configured SSID.    Parts: Pelican 1200 case (because sex appeal) iFrogz 9000 mAh USB battery pack NooElec NESDR Mini Raspberry Pi 2 Model B StarTech USB cable (left angle) JBtech Jet Black Case for Pi Samsung 32GB Pro micro-SD Globalsat ND-105C Micro-USB GPS receiver (with adapter) USB 802.11n WiFi adapter USB extension cable (used to distance the SDR from the pi) Log periodic antenna from Kent Electronics ( I cut the wire from the baby whip antenna that came with the NESDR and soldered it to the one I picked up from Kent Electronics.  The antenna tucks away nicely under the foam and still gets good reception.  The SDR generates enough heat on its own that you'll never be able to get away with running it with the lid closed for very long, and be sure to leave enough clearance around the vented side of the pi case so your CPU can breathe. The Pelican case is pretty much overkill unless you can find one second-hand.  A shipping box with foam inside, cut to fit the equipment, would do well enough for most situations.  This is the Cadillac version- great if you're taking it out in the elements for whatever reason.  I've run it for beyond six hours on that battery pack and there's plenty of juice to go.  I'll do some testing at some point in the not-too-distant future and get some real metrics on battery life.  Stay tuned. With the exception of the antenna, everything you see here was acquired on  Later this week I'll try to put together some material on the barebones kit- the one that's supposed to be at or under $100.
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