This (worst)post was updated Sept 16, 2020. Title 2: No such thing as Hifiberry overkill. Or? Gotta say a few worst-words about my Hifiberry collection, dear worst-reader. Not sure if you can tell, but I'm a Raspberry Pi fan. I love these these little SBCs (single board computers) and when combined with DACs, IMHO, there's … Continue reading Berry Hifi Galore
In worst-writer's quest to eventually (when exactly?) dump MacOS, I've been dabbling in Linux for quite some time. The problem, of course, is that I'm a very slow learner. Add to that the relative slowness of previous RPi's, I've not yet felt comfortable with Rasbian or any other Linux distro on the RPI3, with the … Continue reading Desk Rig While Migrating To Linux
As I've stated here and there in this worst-blog, Steve Jobs had it right. Long live the post-PC era. Long live... Steve? With that in mind, as of the end of 2019, I've got two too many SBC's in my abode. You know, post-PC stuff galore, dear worst-reader. Oh what to do, what to do, what … Continue reading SBC Rundown
Thought I was gonna wait a bit longer, dear worst-reader. You know, being the never-buy first iteration consume-to-survive guy that I am, at the least, I was gonna put off getting this till the thermal problems were dealt with in version 2.0. But then it was required of me for Xmas that I post some … Continue reading First RPi4
Would you believe, dear worst-reader, that I spent the last few weeks reading up on SBC's (single board computer) because... these little (miracle) devices are so silly-inexpensive AND extremely useful that I can just keep buying them in order to busy my early-retirement existence, I already have three of them in full use so why … Continue reading Pseudo Tech Test 1: RPi OMV NAS Is First Step To Freedom?
I tried to become a watch-nut once. Not a real watch-nut, mind you. Of course not. A real watch-nut spends lots of money on watches. Heck, I don't even like money. Anywho. A watch-nut knows what a complication is. In fact, that's the only thing that made watches interesting to me. The simpler the complications, … Continue reading Apple v Pi Or How I Slowly Got My Computing Future On