As part of my exciting new "Launch A Website That Matters Using Weebly" course, this is my take on why a blog is important on your website.
A lot of people are sitting the wrong distance from their TVs. Either too close for the amount of detail, or too far to see all the detail.
My principles with regards to the size of a TV...
Lots of people = Big TV :: Big Room = Big TV. :: Small willy.... you get the picture
Beyond that I refer you to the chart below...
Over the years I've tried quite a few backup solutions. The challenge with a lot of them is I'm a tinkerer which means I usually end up over complicating my setup. The result is I'm not confident that everything is actually being backed-up.
I also want...
Enter BackBlaze, made by ex Apple employees. It's unlimited for just $5 a month, you can enter your own private key for a second layer of security, and it will backup external drives. This means I can shop lumps of data off my internal drive to my flimsy external drive, safe in the knowledge it's backed-up (no it won't re-upload the file)
They do a 15-day trial (at the time of writing) and unless you have an egregious amount of stuff, and a horribly slow upstream then what are you waiting for?
What backup system(s) do you use and why? Comment below, and share BackBlaze with your gung-ho non-techie, super-data-risk-taking friends now!
MindCuber Lego Minstorms EV3 Cube Solver
Here's a little SFTW (Something For The Weekend)...
Lego MindStorms is an amazing invention, great fun from 5 years to 50 years old! Thanks to David Gilday of MindCuber for the amazing design and program.
I built this in a couple of hours, and it's a joy to watch. It's quite humbling to be beaten by a robot solving a Rubik's Cube. All you need is this MindStorms EV3 kit (my Amazon affiliate link)
Ready for something even faster, check out the monstrous CubeStormer 2 on YouTube. And more recently the CubeStormer 3 on WikiPedia.
What do you think? Have you invested in Lego for you and your family yet?