¿Nos has puesto ya a cien?
Configurar puertos de switches en ocasiones puede llevar a decir sordideces de manera involuntaria...
Networking objects is a bit like love. The fundamental problem in both is that when you're sending a message, you never really know whether the receiver understands what you're saying , and there are thousands of ways for your message to get lost or garbled in transmission.
Tinkering is what happens when you try something you don't quite know how to do, guided by whim, imagination, and curiosity.
When you tinker, there are no instructions — but there are also no failures, no right or wrong ways of doing things. It's about figuring out how things work and reworking them.
Contraptions, machines, wildly mismatched objects working in harmony—this is the stuff of tinkering.
Tinkering is, at its most basic, a process that marries play and inquiry.