Robin Glauser

My Blog about Development, Design and my random thoughts.

Runaway argument error in Latex / Overleaf

{ \par <refgrp> \par <bibl id=”B1″> <title><p>Robot carers, ethics, a\ETC. ! File ended while scanning use of \BMCxmlcomment. <inserted text> \par l.562 \bibliography{bmc_article} % Bibliography file (usually ‘*.bib’ ) I suspect you have forgotten a `}’, causing me to read past where you wanted me to stop. I’ll try to recover; but if the error is serious, you’d better type … Read More

Three Rules for Life

Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again. Nelson Mandela Success and failure are two sides of the same coin. While success is always celebrated, failure is mostly met with disappointment and frustration. However, the truth is that both success and failure are an inevitable part of … Read More

The 4 worst things that can happen when you start with 3d printing (and how to fix them)

A few months ago the 3D printer (Ultimaker 2+ Extended) I bought arrived and I got started with printing out stuff right away. In this article I will talk about the four worst things that happened while printing out various parts and how I fixed them. At the end of this article is a short FAQ to give you some … Read More

Chrome freezing when uploading or saving files on Windows

If you’re encountering an issue where your Google Chrome window freezes after uploading or saving a file, you’re not alone. This issue has been reported by many users and is caused by a problem with Windows Explorer. When you have fileshares that aren’t connected, this can cause Google Chrome to freeze when uploading or saving a file. This is because … Read More

Setting up your enviroment to stop procrastinating

Procrastination is a common problem that affects people from all walks of life. It is a habit that can be difficult to break, but with the right tools and strategies, you can overcome it and set yourself up for success. In this article, we will explore four effective ways to stop procrastination and get your life on track. 1. Cold … Read More

Using OBS Studio to serve yourself coffee

Using OBS Studio and a green screen to serve yourself coffee may sound like a strange idea, but with the rise of virtual events and remote work, it can be a fun and creative way to bring a personal touch to your video presentations. Here’s how you can set it up: Set up your green screen: The first step is … Read More

Fixing Canon Error 853

Canon Error 853 is a common error that affects Canon printers and it is caused by the Secure Print feature. This feature is designed to keep sensitive information confidential by requiring a password before printing the document. However, this feature can sometimes cause issues with the printer and result in Error 853. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to fix … Read More

What is the training loss in machine learning?

Training loss in machine learning is a measure of how well the model is able to fit the training data. It is calculated by comparing the model’s predictions with the actual values in the training set, and it is typically represented as a single number or a small set of numbers. The goal of training is to minimize the training … Read More

How to Fix “No space left on device docker”

mkdir: cannot create directory ‘x’: No space left on device docker It took me a bit of time to find the solution for this, so here is a solution for the next person searching this on google. First open up the Docker Desktop app and go into the settings: Then go to Resources and there you can increase the disk … Read More

How to optimize your workflows with shortcuts and custom tools

“If I only had an hour to chop down a tree, I would spend the first 45 minutes sharpening my axe.” – Abraham Lincoln. The following relevant XKCD comic displays what calculations go on in my head when I think about automating a task. There are many things we do through the day, that could be automated or even improved … Read More