I played a bit with css3 keyframes and html5 audio tags.
Since I'm a gamer, I decided to create this Sentry Turret from the famous game Portal or Portal2.
Graphics and design was made by Patrick Schneider.
It's just a "ZONK" sound from the famous TV show "Let's make a deal!" (in Germany known as "Geh aufs Ganze!")
Sometimes I have a lack of motivation. I'm very proud about what I've reached in my life so far. And I'm deeply grateful about all the good things which happened to me. But still there are moments when I'm reflective and the "I can do it" feeling is nearly gone.
"I want to have so much money, that I don't have to care about money anymore".
In most cases the reason of a motivational lack for me is money. I'm only at the beginning of my career and not getting "the big money". That means, that every little accident causes a huge impact on my bank account.
In those moments, a good film, a song or even a book can bring back my motivation. That I can believe again, that someday I don't have to be that fussy with my money anymore.
Today I received a package from TNT shipping service. I was wondering. It couldn't be the W-Lan-Repeater I ordered because the package was too thin to contain it. I opened the package and was still wondering. "A book?". But then I noticed the authors name "Dave Wood"!
I finally received my copy of the book "Interface Design - An Introduction To Visual Communication In UI Design" where the old version of my website (http://attackemart.in/old) is an example of "innovative and successful" user experience.
I'm very proud to be a part of a printed book again! Thanks you Dave Wood.
The R-Pi ran hotter as I installed nginx, rvm and other programs. So I had to think again about the fan. My wonderfull Android App "RasPi Check" showed me that the temperature was about 49°C - 52°C as ruby 2.1.0 was compiling. So I had to think about the fan again.
Today I bought the missing parts for my R-Pi. A 32GB SDHC Card, a power adapter and a fan filter instead of a fan grid (just because the electronic store didn't had one left).
It's christmas time and I've got a Raspberry Pi Version B!
I was planning what to do with it. Some home entertainment? Or an IP webcam to watch my Sphynx Cat "pumpkin" from my working place? No. I want to have my own server!
So I will configure my own "attacke pi" server for some little websites and rails projects. I also got a 40x40x10mm 5V fan, a heatsink set and an acryl case for my R-Pi for christmas. So I took a drill, some screws and nuts, and created a cheap cooling case for it.