RPi resurrection – Pt. I – Pi-hole

Couple months ago, got to know about the Pi-hole project. It’s an ad-block server that can you can configure at the network level. That is, it can be configured as the DNS in your home router.

Of course, the benefit of network-wide ad-blocking is that it does its job in all of your home devices. If however, your router does not allow configuring a DNS — then you’d have to configure the DNS on a per-device level. While it may sound painful, but trust me, it’s worth it!

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Tying snips.ai, Strava & Google Speech Engine

So, this happened a couple months ago, and I had lots of fun doing it (watch the video):

A detailed post would follow. (And yes, as mentioned in the video description, kindly ignore the choice of LED colours :)).

Algo fun!

One might have seen plenty of videos, animations and other alternative approaches to explain how some sorting algorithms work, but these ones take the cake. This video demonstrates Quick Sort. There are several more on the channel page, and all of them are as much fun!

My deep intrigue and excitement for eastern Europe made me like them even more. 🙂