/r/InternetIsBeautifulpost a link to a blog that someone used to track their sneezes, I decided to track my sneezes over 2016.
That was late December 2015. I quickly create a basic website that I could access from anywhere that would quickly log sneezed into a database, saving the month, day, and timestamp along with it.
This post was originally published on the Missouri S&T Solar Car team blog
I had thought about just purchasing an altimeter, but that's boring. I wanted to put time, and thought, into creating something that I could use almost on a daily basis. And I had been doing some research and there were a couple great tutorials online about this that I could fall back on. Specifically, this Instructables article by qubist, and I got most of my inspiration from ALTDuino.
And of course other mischievous things that Kerbal Space Program makes possible.
My only complaint is the icon on the server file is absolutely drab; just a generic "program" icon. It's ugly.
So I took this matter into my own hands, and created an icon that I feel represents it perfectly.
Because of this, I feared that I would do it late at night when the front desk would be closed and I wouldn't be able to get my spare key.
The solution to my problem was with my Arduino, a keypad from eBay, and a servo motor.
I was adding comments to my program…
Countless numbers of the people I have helped with programming do not add comments while they’re actually writing the code.
Instead, for some reason, they have learned that going back through your program and adding comments once it’s done, is acceptable.
I wouldn't trade my Windows Phone for anything.
And the same goes for Cortana, she has learned about me, and improved my schedule ten-fold since she was released. She is incredibly powerful and continues to grow every day, but there are still some basic things that I think she should be able to do.