ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
In case you don’t have young candy-craving children at home, let us remind you this coming Sunday is Halloween. Of course, you can also tell it’s close by the sudden appearance of Spirit Halloween stores. New meme?
Serenity Now! Build your own Bluetooth WFH Stress Monitor
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Manage your WFH stress with this Bluetooth and Cellular-based monitoring system.
Dark Cubed Calls IoT Security an Underappreciated Menace
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In a conversation with ChannelPro, CEO Vince Crisler (pictured left) described the dangers of putting consumer-grade devices from China on SMB networks, and actions that can help mitigate those risks.
Smart Sensor IoT Bring Up on Two Continents
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The Smart Sensor IoT Board is deployed in two continents. Can we bring them both up remotely? Over the next few months, as the Book and Board are released you will be hearing more about both of these!
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Whether Squid Game is your fave, still in your Netflix “My List” (hands raised), or you’re actively trying to avoid the South Korean TV sensation, resistance is futile.
Zigbee or Bluetooth Mesh: Which is right for your application?
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Mesh networking is a useful technique for extending the range and capability of a network. Wi-Fi relies on a central router with a limited range, which all network traffic funnels through.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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If your parents need a gift soon, the 2022 Old Farmer’s Almanac is out and ready to fascinate your father who will read things out loud to aggravate your mother. The prediction for this winter is “A Season of Shivers,” which sounds good for Halloween but lousy for a long winter.
Smart Indoor Harvesting Using Wio Terminal & Blynk
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How-To
Cloud connected, fully automated, smart indoor herb harvesting using Seeed Studio's Wio Terminal and Blynk app.
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Considerations include functionality, power source, network, project size, and security. 
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Thomas Wolfe wrote You Can’t Go Home Again but perhaps Tom Brady didn’t read that novel, because he went home to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro Massachusetts to play the New England Patriots, his team for two decades.

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