Hello! I'm Michael. I ride bikes and climb mountains. I also program computers, often using Go.
It's 20.17°C in my apartment (as of 2m1s ago). Click here for more data!
This uses Raspberry Pis and temperature sensor modules to log the temperature of various rooms in my apartment at regular intervals. It employs Google Cloud IoT Core for device management and communication, and Google App Engine for the service that handles data ingestion and display.
This uses a Raspberry Pi, an LED driver circuit, the Linux IR Remote Control library, Google Home, and IFTTT to control an audio amplifier by voice. Its documentation has proven useful to others trying to configure LIRC > 0.9.0 on a Raspberry Pi.
Easy Stackdriver Logging in Go on Google App Engine Standard second generation runtimes.
Securely and durably back up your private key using QR codes printed on paper.
Florilegium (plural florilegia) is a medieval Latin word referring to a compilation of passages from other writings. It derives from the Latin flos (flower) and legere (to gather): a bouquet of flowers. (source, source)
Thanks to Harry Potter and the Sacred Text for introducing me to this practice. Go listen to the podcast, it's the best! While we're on the subject of Harry Potter, it's important to call out JK Rowling's transphobia. Rowling's views are hateful and dangerous. If you're unfamiliar please educate yourself (read a response to JK Rowling's transphobic essay, see HPST statements and resources here and here), and let's all make an effort to support and validate trans and nonbinary people.
Below are two randomly chosen items from my personal florilegium, placed together.
Your task: Read these excerpts individually, together, and in different orders, keeping your mind open to new meaning that emerges as you do so. Refresh the page for a new selection.