Build an “LED Alerter” for Your Remote Work Office Setup
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How-To
Working from home? Build a web-controlled LED tower to announce to others when you don't want to be disturbed.
ThingWorthy
IoTPlaybook Insight: Parks Associates is one of the leading research firms on consumer use of technology, and released an interesting statistic: 41% of domestic broadband households worry about hackers.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
This past Sunday was Mother’s Day and we hope you connected with family in some way or another. In a related note, we feel for those trying to teach computerphobe family members how to use Zoom or Google Meet for the first time.
Open Source Pulse Oximeter for COVID-19
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How-To
An easily constructed USB-powered pulse oximeter device that can be built for around $25 and features an OLED display.
ThingWorthy
IoT Playbook Insight: Mashup the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and social distancing and what do you get? The new Mobil Sentinel with Automatic Fever Detection from Sentinel Robotic Solutions.
MSPs Expanding with IoT and Cybersecurity
Article
According to research from CompTIA, MSPs believe gaining more skills in cybersecurity will be the No. 1 action to help ensure solid market performance going forward.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Nice to distract ourselves with some silly, “May the Fourth Be With You,” jokes, but cheap entertainment becomes gold after enough time in virus jail. On the other hand, hard-core fans who rewatch Star Wars movies on 5/4 each year may not have to call in sick this time.
Podcast
Interviews
The whole country has been on lockdown for months and your clients & prospects are dying to get their employees and customers back 
Calendar Controlled Busy Light
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How-To
WFH? You need a light connected to your calendar to tell your family that you can't be disturbed right now.
ThingWorthy
IoTPlaybook Insight: What better example is there for a set of standards spreading quickly across the world than the World Wide Web? Can the W3C recreate the magic for the IoT? That's the hope of the W3C Web of Things.

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