Sites publishing popular Running Routes in cities (2/3)

April 14, 2021 — Nico Cartron

Second article in this series, this time focusing on sites publishing "popular routes in cities".

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Amstrad CPC emulators

April 09, 2021 — Nico Cartron

Follow-up of my first article about the Amstrad CPC 6128: this time, we're looking at the top CPC emulators: how they compare and what you can do with them :)

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Interview with JF, InfiniTime's creator

April 05, 2021 — Nico Cartron

In this article, I am interviewing JF, who is working on the PineTime firmware since October 2019.

JF walks us through InfiniTime, from the first developments, up to the latest ones, which I have been documenting on this blog.

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Resetting your Somfy IO roller shutter

April 02, 2021 — Nico Cartron

Yet another quick article on automation.
In this one, I am describing how to reset your Somfy IO roller shutter, in my case to be able to pair it with a Velux Integra KLF-200, and control my Velux roof windows and Somfy roller shutters from Domoticz.

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Domoticz API: don't forget user's permissions!

March 30, 2021 — Nico Cartron

A quick one on how not to waste time (like I did) with Domoticz API because of user's permissions :)

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Review of Amazfish on SailfishOS

March 26, 2021 — Nico Cartron

As a SailfishOS and smartwatch user, I'm using Amazfish companion app on a daily basis and enjoy it.
I recently realised that (at least to my knowledge), there was no "proper" review of it available out there, so I'm filling that gap with that article :)

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InfiniTime "Yellow Banana" - Stopwatch / dual watchfaces!

March 21, 2021 — Nico Cartron

Yet another InfiniTime release, bringing 2 exciting new features: a stopwatch and two watchfaces, which can be swapped at will!

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Sites for manually drawing Running Routes (1/3)

March 16, 2021 — Nico Cartron

This article is part of a series of 3, where I'm exploring the different options available for runners to create routes and then use them on their running watches.

  • In this first article, I am testing the major sites able to draw running routes, with the use case of "drawing the route yourself, from a specific starting point/distance",
  • The second article (to be published) will focus on sites publishing "popular routes in cities",
  • The third article (to be published) will deal with "route shuffling", or sites that allow creating random routes from a specific starting point.

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