Most of that time was spent watching PornHub on his refrigerator.
The problem is he’s controlling it with a raspberry pi. He needs a computer with a faster processor.
the kettle still has buttons for manual control so i’m not sure why he had to resort to the saucepan.
this reminds me of when i was a kid and instead of cleaning my room i spent all day trying to build a robot to clean my room, and we didn’t have the electronics kits to even do that back then so it was mainly fantasy in my mind, a plastic bucket with a broom and a fire log pincher claw arms, etc. it was never going to clean my room. needless to say my parents weren’t thrilled, but in my kid mind it was a totally legit effort that if succeed would have solved the bigger problem. i blame the jetsons.
You should never be ashamed for dreaming of a Rosier future.
Calvin, that you?
The whole C&H story was a week long and starts here
We should merge these stories:
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A wi-fi kettle is a solution looking for a problem. You still have to fill the thing, and be in physical proximity to pour the water into a teapot/cup.
A 100 pound problem at that.
Sure, it’s got issues, but after the bugs are all worked out it will be fractionally more convenient in limited cases than the non-wifi one.
(It’s not just wi-fi kettles)
This is one of those things that a small percentage of people will understand perfectly, and the rest will be incredulous. The incredulous people are probably right. I have totally done stuff like this though.
i’m not the first to say this, but “Internet of Shit” is more apropos.
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Just look at it:
is there more where that came from?
I love the animation of the original radio play. When I was in seventh grade, I was reading this part in study hall and succumbed to uncontrollable laughter for about half and hour. I was kicked put of the room and could hardly even talk to explain to the teachers or staff what was so funny. My sides ached all day.
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I feel like most of this problem could be fixed with a Teasmade.