Send Notifications from a Raspberry Pi to your Phone Using Pushover

In my last post I put together a Raspberry Pi project that would display whether a dryer is running on a webpage hosted on the Pi. If you haven't read that article yet you can check it out here. If you haven't read the article yet the gist of it is that it used a vibration sensor to tell whether a clothes dryer was running and to display the status on a website hosted on the Pi. That was nice but it had some disadvantages, mainly that you could only check on your dryer while on your home ...
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Web Enabled Dryer Monitor for the Raspberry Pi

I was lying in bed sick over the weekend, contentedly watching old Firefly episodes, when something horrible happened. I remembered that I had a load of clothes in the dryer and I was going to have to get up, walk across my apartment like a caveman and use my own eyeballs to check if the dryer was done. After that ordeal I vowed to come up with a way to make sure I never had to go through that again. Fortunately Kookye recently sent us their Raspberry Pi IoT Starter Kit which has all sorts of ea...
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Raspberry Pi Bluetooth Terminal

The first thing you do when you buy a Raspberry Pi is to access the terminal using SSH, with PuTTY for instance. This is a great when you have network connectivity, but what if you want to use your Pi without network access? You could connect using the micro USB port as a serial port, but then you can't use that port for anything else. In this article I'll walk you through a simple project to access a Raspberry Pi terminal over Bluetooth using your Android device or PC. You can create files, ins...
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