I went to Sweden back in October to create a new course for Ohmify (https://ohmify.com/join). I was so focused on the course that I forgot to make videos explaining what I was doing. Anyway, this was very fun to do so I will try to make more – and better! – videos in the future. […]
I started this blog in 2012 with the idea of being able to do what I love (electronics) while traveling.
Since then, I've traveled and lived all over the world. I've been to Mexico, Colombia, the US, Australia, China, Fiji, Germany, Singapore ++. And you can read about (or see videos) of these experiences here.
In this section, you can find articles related to my travels and the lifestyle of being a maker.
“We’re never going to make it!” Jensa and I arrived early at the airport in Oslo. But that didn’t help. Because our flight from Oslo had technical problems. So it was delayed and we missed our connecting flight to Hong Kong… Not a good start of our trip…
Texas Instruments sponsored me to do a challenge and write this post. What would it be like to not have access to power plugs? That’s what Texas Instruments challenged me to try. They’ve built some really nice resources that you can use in your next power supply design, and now they want to spread the […]
I just tested Manga Screen! This is project that started four years ago. From a hot, tiny room in a small village in Guatemala – I developed the first version of the touch interface for the screen. The screen was called Manga Screen.
Today, Seeed Studio published an interview with me on their blog. If you’re curious about the things I’ve done over the last 5 years, check it out. (Hint: Traveling, writing books, doing workshops, creating courses+++) Seeed Studio is a hobbyist-friendly shop that sells electronics and PCB services. I’ve used them since I started out and […]
The following is from the book 5 elements of effective thinking by Burger and Starbird. A great book that shows you how to think better: