Mike A. Marin, PhD

This is my personal website. It reflects my interest in technology, primarily software development and electronics. Most of my work has revolved around the architecture, design and implementation of software. I’m currently playing with microcontrollers and embedded systems -- today referred to as internet of things.

Recent Posts

Describes how Hugo static web sites can be easily converted to Gopher holes and/or to Gemini capsules using a simple tool called Hugo-2-Gopher-and-Gemini.
The Netgear R7000 Nighthawk AC1900 Router is a great dual band WiFi and gigabit router. But, unfortunately some functionality requires a Netgear account. To fully take advantage of the device without a Netgear account, this post describe how to install FreshTomato into that device
Removing Facebook from home network is important because some other applications and web pages that you visit may be using the Facebook API, and so, passing data to Facebook. Adding a DNS sinkhole (Pi-Hole in this case) will help eliminate some of that communication.