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This Is Still the Most Beautiful Way to Learn How to Code

This Is Still the Most Beautiful Way to Learn How to Code | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Regardless of whether or not you agree with the "code or die" sentiment that's been floating around the internet, if you have decided to teach yourself to code, the sheer number of learn-to-code sites alone is overwhelming.
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How to easily root an Android device

How to easily root an Android device | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Free Windows utility Kingo Android Root makes it a snap to jailbreak just about any Android smartphone. Here's how to use it. Read this article by Rick Broida on CNET.
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Free Screen Sharing | Screenleap

Free Screen Sharing | Screenleap | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Free screen sharing using Screenleap. The fast, simple, and free way to share your screen instantly for online meetings, sales demos, and collaboration.
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How to Build a Website

How to Build a Website | Computerideer | Scoop.it
The tools and services you need to create professional webpages are at your fingers tips. In some cases they are free, in other cases, you can pay for real power under the HTML and style sheets.
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Raspberry Pi computer | Dansk introduktion til undervisning | Living ...

Raspberry Pi computer | Dansk introduktion til undervisning | Living ... | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Raspberry Pi er en lille kreditkort-størrelse computer som er specielt velegnet til undervisning fordi den er så back to basics - læs dansk introduktion her!
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Lav back-up af dine data - helt gratis

Lav back-up af dine data - helt gratis | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Back-up og fildelingstjenester vælter frem i forskellige afskygninger. Vi kigger på nogle af de nye løsninger på markedet, og vært på Harddisken, Anders Høeg Nissen, giver dig råd til, hvad du skal kigge efter.
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This Amazing, Zoomable Universe-In-A-Browser Puts Everything In Perspective

This Amazing, Zoomable Universe-In-A-Browser Puts Everything In Perspective | Computerideer | Scoop.it
From nanoparticles to galaxies, we can understand a lot about how our universe works--but it’s hard to keep things in context. Can you really grasp how
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$35 Computer: The Vast Possibilities of Raspberry Pi

$35 Computer: The Vast Possibilities of Raspberry Pi | Computerideer | Scoop.it
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi comes with no keyboard, no monitor, and no operating system. But the Linux-based blank computing slate opens a world of coding possibilities—if you're patient.
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How To Install Android on Your PC, Laptop or Netbook

How To Install Android on Your PC, Laptop or Netbook | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Who doesn’t have an old laptop or two lying around in the closet? Instead of letting that perfectly good piece of machinery rot into oblivion, why not install Android on ...
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Top 10 Uses for Linux (Even If Your Main PC Runs Windows)

Top 10 Uses for Linux (Even If Your Main PC Runs Windows) | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Even if you're a Windows (or Mac) user, knowing how to use Linux is a valuable skill, and it can run a bunch of awesome things in your home--even if it isn't your main desktop OS.
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Arduino for the Rest of Us: How to Get Started

Arduino for the Rest of Us: How to Get Started | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Could Arduino be the next tool in your home DIY toolbox?
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NOOBS Makes Setting Up the Raspberry Pi Dead Simple

NOOBS Makes Setting Up the Raspberry Pi Dead Simple | Computerideer | Scoop.it
The Raspberry Pi isn't terribly complicated to set up, but it's still a bit daunting to new users, especially if you've never used Linux before.
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iKids’ Programming Tool Scratch Now Runs In The Browser | TechCrunch

iKids’ Programming Tool Scratch Now Runs In The Browser | TechCrunch | Computerideer | Scoop.it
TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.
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The Best PCs You Can Build for $300, $600, and $1200

The Best PCs You Can Build for $300, $600, and $1200 | Computerideer | Scoop.it
We've walked you through building your own computer before, but what we didn't do at the time is give you a suggested parts list for that new computer.
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Raspberry Pi on Wheels: The $35 Computer in the Car

Raspberry Pi on Wheels: The $35 Computer in the Car | Computerideer | Scoop.it
As our vehicles provide us with more and more data, this tiny, toylike computer could become a powerful tool for car geeks.
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The BeagleBone Black Is A New Single-Board Computer That Can Brew Beer | TechCrunch

The BeagleBone Black Is A New Single-Board Computer That Can Brew Beer | TechCrunch | Computerideer | Scoop.it
While the Raspberry Pi is great for educating kids about computing, can it brew a mean beer? The BeagleBone Black can.
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Master the Command Line This Weekend

Master the Command Line This Weekend | Computerideer | Scoop.it
Keyboard shortcuts only get you so far. If you really want to harness the real power of your computer you need to take it to the command line. This week, learn to use the terminal like a master.
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