Robert LaThanhJust sharing my findings, mostly. There's a little bit more about me on my About Me page.
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This is part four of five in a series of posts about my Tesla Energy system and my understanding of how the system works. In the first three posts I cover how the system generally works. In this post, I … Continue reading
This is part three of five in a series of posts about my Tesla Energy system and my understanding of how the system works. In this post, I try to answer some questions you might have about what a system … Continue reading
This is part two of five in a series of posts about my Tesla Energy system and my understanding of how the system works. In this post, I share my understanding of the components of my system, what they do, … Continue reading
This is part one of a five in a series of posts about my Tesla Energy system and my understanding of how the system works. Before we get into how my Tesla system with solar and battery works and what … Continue reading
“40% of people clicked through when the button was blue. When we changed it to green, the click-through rate increased by 20%!” We all know that the above statement is ambiguous; we can’t be sure whether the writer intends to … Continue reading
Words gave us the ability to effectively share ideas and knowledge, and writing allowed those words to spread further and be carried across time. The printing press accelerated that spread, and electronic mediums allowed even more people to share ideas … Continue reading
Getting someone from point-A to point-B will often — even in the distant future — involve a variety of methods of transport. For example, getting someone from their home in San Francisco to an office in Los Angeles might primarily … Continue reading
Schrödinger’s Laugh [shroh-ding-ers laf] -noun The strong expression by one that paradoxically may be either laughing or wailing, this being tied to an earlier random event. It creates an awkward period during which the observer does not know which and … Continue reading
HTTP Status Codes 401 Unauthorized and 403 Forbidden for Authentication and Authorization (and OAuth)
When a client requests a resource from an HTTP server and it’s not allowed to access that resource, the client needs to know enough about why in order to present the right message or options to the user. Basically, we … Continue reading
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