Baby Turtle Pen

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Last year we used a Raspberry Pi Camera, a.k.a. TurtTV, and their favorite foods to lure our baby turtles out of hiding so that we could bring them inside the house for the winter. Babies often don’t survive their first winter of hibernation. This summer we didn’t want them to disappear out into the yard never to be seen again. So Andy built a pen area to keep them safe and so that we could feed and water them without … Read More

My DIY Prusa i3 3D Printer

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A year and a half ago, I ordered the cheapest Prusa i3 3D Printer kit I could find from 3D Printers Online Store. A few weeks later, two battered boxes full of wires and parts (some knock-off) arrived at my doorstep from China. I only recently got it working well enough to successfully print small items. It didn’t really take me over a year to complete; I bought a house soon after purchasing the kit and all my spare time … Read More

Happy Edible Book Day!

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Edible Book Day, also known as the International Edible Book Festival, happens on or around April 1st. The rules are simple – create a cake with a “bookish” theme, using a literary inspiration, or in the form of a book. Check out winners from these festivals: The University of Illinois Duke University Libraries University of Texas at Austin iSchool Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library

New Year, New Blog Name (and More)

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I’m bringing in the new year with a new name for the blog: End to Endpaper. The name is borrowed from the title of my next bookbinding project, which will be a flag book containing some of my marbled paper. The new name carries with it connotations that describe both me and this website: libraries, books, bookbinding/crafts, and sharing stories. End to end refers to looking at a process from the very beginning to the very end. With information management, … Read More

TurtleTV – Raspberry Pi Camera for My Turtle Habitat

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Can I watch Stargate with you guys? #turtle #terrificturtles #happyfriday A post shared by Heidi Uphoff (@endtoendpaper) on Sep 23, 2016 at 5:08pm PDT Earlier this year, we discovered our new house came with a few unexpected tenants: desert box turtles. For the first two months, we thought we only had two, dubbed Sheldon and Shelly. Estimates today range from 10-15. Turtle moot at turtopolis #turtles #turtopolis #happyfriday A post shared by Heidi Uphoff (@endtoendpaper) on Sep 9, 2016 at … Read More