Most of what I do with home automation I learned from asking questions, doing it myself, making mistakes, and learning the hard way. Community forums are a great place to ask questions of like-minded people, many of whom are experts at what they do.
The most vibrant smart hub community out there. They’ll readily answer questions, and if they don’t know, a Hubitat employee likely will jump in a help out too!
Another excellent resource for those getting a little more serious about their smart home automations.
Raspberry Pi Links
All things Raspberry Pi. I’ve got 4 of them, and they for the most part run everything in this house, from the DNS server, to Node-RED, to a reverse proxy.
Life would be boring without music. I doubt you’ll find anyone that would disagree. Check out one of my favorite groups, see where I get my supplies, and follow the link if you need a piano tuned (yeah, I can do that too).
Great piano supply store. Shipping is fast, material is of excellent quality, and they’ve got great tutorials for the beginner looking to learn, although there are several books I’d also recommend.
We all like to travel and check out new places. It’s expensive, but our best purchase was our timeshare. With it we have been able to just get up and go when the fancy hits us and not worry about anything other than just getting there.
Our timeshare. If you couldn’t tell our favorite destination is Orlando. With almost 70 resorts across the US and 1000s of others accessible through RCI, its expensive but worth it. Signing up for points? Drop our names; we get a break on maintenance fees and you will for each buyer you can talk into it!
Links to rules for various card games.
(Coming soon). A slightly different way to play Tripoli that makes it a little shorter but still the same fun.
Helps determine the number of chips to dole out based on total players, chip values, and number of chips.