Introduction I’ve have a DeLonghi Magnifica (ESAM 4200) bean-to-cup coffee machine and the most irritating part is turning it on and waiting for the cleaning cycle to complete – the unit turns on, heats up the water and then pumps a little through to make sure everything is clean. Since getting an iKettle and being able
I recently found these candles which have a little RGBW LED inside and can be controlled via Bluetooth 4. They have a nice little feature where a small microphone built into the candle will detect if you blow into them, turning them off and – somewhat counter-intuitively – turning them back on again.
I’ve had the BT Home Hub 5 for a few months now, and it keeps restarting and generally acting like a cut-price pile o’ shite. So, in an effort to monitor its shitey-ness, I figured that my home server could extract the uptime and the traffic usage every x minutes. The HH5 is – on paper