The wings of a computer engineer
The wings of a computer engineer

Personal blog for Timothy D Meadows II

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The wings of a computer engineer

The wings of a computer engineer

Personal blog for Timothy D Meadows II

Stream Inventory

I am extremely excited to announce that i launched Stream Inventory on October 1st 2019. Stream Inventory is your streams real life inventory system. It's mission is to assist Twitch streamers with finding the right on-demand products, or warehousing of their existing merchandise. It can also handle fulfillment and distribution. While als…

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The Curious Case of Dragon Mining Tech

A few months ago, a friend, asked me to look into a bitcoin mining company he, and, a group of others who where investing in mining contracts with. Investing in cryptocurrency is a risky business for new users, and, old users a like. Typically if you're not doing all of the work yourself you're always at risk. That being said, let's jump…

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Hi-jacking cloudflare domains due to removal

In May of 2018 i reported this issue to Cloudflare through HackerOne. Domains that have been pointed to Cloudflare by their respective owners through their registrar that have been removed from Cloudflare, can be hi-jacked by other Cloudflare users. Title: Hi-jacking cloudflare domains due to removal Weakness: Improper Acce…

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The Pi-Top Cluster

Not too long ago I had made a post about the pi-top and a child-hood dream I had of creating a modular "testing" PC for developers. With the joy, and success I had creating the previous pi-top. I decided to buy another one, this time in black! The Idea My day, to day job(s), consist of programming in JavaScript, and C# as well as managing…

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Screeps

I always have been, and I always will be an avid gamer. I've long accepted the fact it's just part of who I am. You also won't find me directly supporting too many games on my Blog. However, around the first of this year, I stumbled onto a game on the Steam platform called Screeps. The description then read, "Screeps is an open source MM…

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A view through the security looking glass

I've had an interesting view of the security industry. Being a software engineer for over 20+ years in both the application and web space. I have had the pleasure of both hacking and being hacked on many occasion. I would absolutely agree with many industry professionals that security is nothing more than a cat and mouse game. I will add…

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The Pi-Top, and, a dream!

Roughly a year ago. I found an interesting project on Indiegogo. Typically those that know me. Know I'm not a fan of Crowd-funding. While it's a very powerful tool. One I've tried to use myself. It's also can be very questionable if a project will deliver, or, if you are out the money you invested. Regardless, i took the chance. I investe…

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Holograms?

Not too long ago, a DIY video, was going around showing how to make an amusing illusion of a hologram using your cellphone, a specialized video, and, some reflective material. In the case of the video they used old plastic cd cases (without scratches). Thankfully, i have access to a family member who has cut glass for over 30 years. So i…

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Adafruit FONA 3G - Cellular Breakout

I recently purchased 2x Adafruit FONA 3G - Cellular Breakout boards. While Adafruit has had the 2g version out for awhile now. I live in a forest, in the mountains. Pretty much a death sentence terrain wise for cellular, or, wifi signals. The exception seems to be 3g. With the cellular booster i have setup, i tend to get a pretty stable 3…

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MobBob v2.5

Since my 3d modeling skills are not exactly "amazing". Yet... I often find myself searching Thingiverse. Recently, i ran into a little 3d printable Robot. While there a few of these on Thingiverse. This one got my attention because it's primary computing source was a Nexus 5. Which, happens to be my phone. The robot was called MobBob, and…

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