I’ve recently acquired some TP-Link ‘Easy Smart’ managed switches - cheap, decently built (metal casing), and a lot of features above the usual unmanaged stuff:
Back in the day I used to have one router in the house: the D-Link DIR-825, flashed with OpenWRT. Configured with two SSIDs - one for internal network use, and one for guest access - the latter being separate from the internal network of the flat.
After the latest lan-party with some friends, where we played a lot of Rocket League, it dawned on me that this game (and numerous others) is probably a lot easier to play with a game controller instead of the mouse/keyboard combination. And as I have the WiiMote and the Wii Classic Controller lying around, I thought I’d have a go at getting these to work on Windows (as opposed to buying someth...
An update on the “My history in gadgets” post from a while back, and the 2014 update:
In yearly tradition..