RPN Program for TI-89 and TI-92+

I came across an RPN program by Lars Frederiksen for the TI-89 and TI-92+ the other day but it is nearly impossible to find a download. After a bit of searching, I found the links on Reddit (here and here) pointing to Archive.org and another source but I want to archive them here also for my future use.

rpn2022

rpn202-doc

ShipStation and Tindie API Integration

I hit a tipping point last night and hammered out a basic link between the ShipStation API and the Tindie API. It’s built on the solid foundation laid by https://github.com/NuclearManD/TindieAPI and https://github.com/natecox/pyshipstation.

There’s still much to do but it is functional for getting customer info, costs, and items into ShipStation. I’m running into an issue with Tindie not providing correct SKUs or model numbers in the json package but that’s for another day.

I’ll be working to add issues to GitHub to track what needs to be implemented but I encourage others to contribute if able. For now, I’ve put a quick to do list at the top of each file.

https://github.com/EccentricWkshp/SS_Tindie

[Video] Soldering a Limit Switch Isolator

Tools and Craftsmanship

Do more tools make a better craftsman? Do better tools make a better craftsman? Do better tools make a better product?
The answer is probably not. It’s a bit like saying fancy pans make a good meal or a high-end camera takes nice photos. Sure, they help, but they are not much use with out a little bit of knowledge and skill and the same goes for other¬†tools too. Many years ago I was told only a poor craftsman blames his tools. This seems to hold true in my experience – if you can’t do something with a economy tool and some time, you probably can’t do it with an expensive tool either.

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