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Middleware for using Wit.ai with Botkit-powered bots
Prototyping new information ideas in CUNY class that is, itself, a prototype. #GoMeta
A quick demonstration for a problem (bug?) in Claudia.js
Experimenting with Amazon Alexa ... with a Raspberry Pi
The embed for my mailchimp signup form.
A system for submitting Make Every Week blog posts via text.
Data files I use for demonstrations and workshops. May contain missing, stale or tinkered-with values, so don't consider it reliable beyond demos.
Raspberry PI-TIMOLO ( PI-TImelapse, MOtion, LOwLight ) uses RPI picamera and python for Remote Headless Security Monitoring & Auto Sync files with Google Drive. Auto Transitions Camera Settings During Twilight.
For watching a set of URLs and notifying someone when something has changed.
Text a number to learn where the party's at.
In which I make a fitness watch that doesn't let some company watch my fitness.
Presenation files and notes.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into an Alexa Client
A twitter bot that replies with a forecast.
John Keefe's Project Webpages
An art project and gift for maker extraordinaire Liza Stark.
A lambda-based Twilio chat bot that stores responses
This is a package of files to go with the book "Family Projects for Smart Objects" ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/1680451235 ) by John Keefe. For details and more information, jump over to http://keefe.cc/family-projects .
A quick demo using a Ping distance sensor and Neopixels
Mongo DB Native NodeJS Driver
Lightweight Infrared library for Arduino
My attempt to parse and use the MTA Turnstile Data
An Arduino-driven sensor that texts (and tweets) its readings
This is me learning how to make nodebots with Johnny Five.
A reporting and sensor journalism project at West Virginia University for Fall 2015.
Changing LEDs based on my heart rate. Part of my Make Every Week project. See http://johnkeefe.net/make-ever-week-heartbeat-leds
Posts a restaurant suggestion into Slack every weekday around lunchtime.
A bot that answers questions via text, as an example of using Twilio cookies. Part of #MakeEveryWeek.
Connecting an wifi-enabled Arduino to the Sparkfun data-collection site at data.sparkfun.com