Open-source smartwatch that is fully arduino programmable (run by an ESP32), usually lasts 5-7 days and costs around $50.
Quite a few watchface examples exist online. From what I understand, the watchface is the firmware for this clock,
so no too easy changes there.
There are assembly kits with a case that can be bought for some $ more that will keep the watch a bit more safe (though not e.g. swimmingpool ready). The watch/display so far only exists in square shape.
karlicoss of the data liberation project HPI explains how to best store and access data moved from various points in the cloud/web/internet to your drives and why databases might not always be the best choice.
Save your grabbed data without any manipulation.
Let the manipulation happen every time you access/interpret the data.
If you have slices of data (mostly time frames), don't try to merge them on disk but save as extra files and merge on access/interpretation as well.
You can make use of databases for access caching since the last points generate some overhead for each access.
A versatile and extensible platform for home and life automation with hundreds of supported integrations - GitHub - BlackLight/platypush: A versatile and extensible platform for home and life automation with hundreds of supported integrations
Seems really interesting, like a lighter-weight, more programmatic alternative to e.g. HASSio.
Has a lot of plugins and connections and the blog is very inspiring.
Takes snapshots of currently open/active windows and their titles. (By default every 60s, can be more fine-grained.)
Snapshots can then be reviewed and tagged automatically through writing a categorization config file,
e.g. tagging all browser titles with ^.*//scholar.google.com/.*$ as Research, or as Research:Papers, to get even more finegrained.
Allows idle-detection and tagging to remove.
Data can be exported out to .log files or to csv files.
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