OpenHumans – Donate Your Data to Science

  OpenHumans.org is connecting the dots between citizen scientists and professional medical researche by providing a simple interface for users to share their health data. I was able to easily connect my years of RunKeeper, Withings and Apple Health Kit data to the openhumans site. Now all my past and future activities will be available for researchers. Once […]

45 GitHub Issues Dos and Don’ts

Jason Chen has a great blog post with simple advice for contributing to open source projects on GitHub.  In particular Jason talks about what to consider when opening issues, sending pull requests, and more to an open source project.  There’s lots of great advice like not adding on unrelated issues to an existing one.  Check […]

Some Simple Button Switches, Torn Down and Deconstructed

KuzyaTech takes apart some generic buttons and asks, “What can we learn from simple things?” I too do this analysis every time I tear something down or have to disassemble something for repair, or otherwise. It’s a fun learning process and you can imagine yourself in the shoes of the person who made the decision […]

The Aerographer: Arduino Project #ArduinoMonday

Via CreativeApplications.net Created by Luiz Zanotello during his ongoing master studies on Digital Media at the University of the Arts Bremen, The Aerographer is an installation that explores the state of uncertainty in times of ubiquitous technological mediation, borders among territories and boundaries among bodies. Designed both a system and an individual, the Aerographer is […]