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A Website-Down-Alarm lets you know the bad news first
posted December 5 2014 20:43.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Whoever owns a website, i have a nightmare to share: "Your website is down!". Selkey Moonbeam graphically says

If your website goes down, you want to be the first to know.


And I agree 100%. Whenever I click on my website and it delays to load... Cold sweat!

To solve this problem, or rather learn the bad news first, he designed a Website Down Alarm around the Tessel, a microcontroller that runs JavaScript.

You can follow his instructions in this link to make your own Alaram and sleep tight (and do not let the bed bugs bite)!

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