I donate time and experience to a local non-profit (The Ballarat Hackerspace) that provides the Ballarat region with a workshop and promotes STEM fields. Most days I can be found working out of the Lab 79 co-working facility in Ballarat.
If you see me around Ballarat ask me for some free
Bitcoin and I’ll explain why what I give you is technically the real
If you are a local non-profit or community group then I am very keen to help you out with small/medium sized projects (providing the organisation is completely nondiscriminatory towards race, gender and sexual identity/preference). Non-profits and community groups do amazing work and I hate to see them over spend on IT when that money could be better spent providing their services to the community.
 within approximately 30 minutes drive from Ballarat
Feel free to contact me, the best ways are:
I post random stuff to the steem blockchain which in turn can be read here:
While I have accounts on other platforms I do not actively use them.
If you are interested in what you read the quickest and easiest way to get onto steem is to buy an account via blocktrades.us. Use
litecoin to do the purchase. If you need any help just ask via any of the above listed contact methods.
N.B.: I am not interested in debating or discussing the above statements for the same reason I wouldn’t enter into debates on the topics of unicorns, leprechauns or pixies.
I own and drive a Tesla Model S, it is primarily charged from the solar panels on my roof or the renewable energy from Tesla Superchargers. If you have questions about Tesla ownership feel free to contact me, fair warning – I will talk your ear off.
My Tesla is currently % charged.
Some Tesla related hacks that I’ve done can be found on HCKR.IO
If any of the above inspires you to buy a Tesla you can use my referral link to save yourself some money ($1400 in Australia, ~$1000 USD elsewhere) and get unlimited supercharging for your Tesla: http://ts.la/scott1272 (you definitely want to use a referral code).
I also have a Powerwall 2 attached to my house. It is setup to charge from my solar panels and provide power to the house once the sun goes down. It also offers backup power for those times when the grid power is unavailable. With this device I can normally achieve around 99% self powered every month.
My Powerwall is currently % charged.
Displayed charge levels of my Model S and Powerwall are live and will only be available when my home internet connection is operational