Now that we’ve got Siri up and running on the RPi I want to start integarting it. Unfortunately I’m waiting for a GPIO connector so I thought I’d play with Siri itself to get a feel for the SiriProxy functionality. Continue reading
This entry talks through the steps required to create a SiriProxy on your RPi that will enable you to trap custom Siri commands made on an iPhone and then perform a custom action using the RPi, which I’ll cover in a later entry.
As I have limited display devices (TVs) in the home and there is always a battle with the kids the first thing I wanted to do with the RPi was set it up wirelessly and configure remote access through both command line and a screen viewer. This entry provides the step by step guidance to do this. Continue reading
So the Raspberry Pi finally arrived from Santa on Christmas day, it’s taken me until now to get around to doing anything with it. I’ve a lot of ideas on what to do, I just need to decide on one. However the first step is to get it set up, and this is what this entry focuses on. Continue reading
Today I saw an article published by the Guardian on a discovery that the Apple iPhone stores location data locally and has done since iOS4, the article can be found here. The article includes a link to some open source Mac software to view your movements, unfortunately “I’m a PC” so I wondered how I could extract the same data and plot it on a map, and it was actually fairly easy, although I didn’t go for the animations or time based stuff of where I was when.