It’s the first of the month again. What better on a cold December evening than settling down on the hearthrug with a paper copy of the MagPi and a glass of mulled wine, and building a Santa-trap with a Raspberry Pi?
MagPi The November edition of the MagPi is out! The MagPi is a community magazine produced by Raspberry Pi owners, and is now available in print as well as as a free download. If you’d like to see the MagPi have a future in print, please buy a copy.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced Wednesday that the Broadcom display hardware used in its flagship Raspberry Pi system board is now the first ARM-based system-on-a-chip to use open-source drivers provided entirely by the vendor.
Another month, another MagPi. This issue has a page from the Raspithon team about their 48-hour coding marathon; a new electronics project from Mike Cook (remember those steady hands games where you’d guide a loop around a bent wire without...
The MagPi’s arrival every month is making me very aware of the weird things that happen to your subjective experience of time when you’re as busy as we are. The days have sort of dilated; from beginning to end, they seem endlessly, impossibly long.
Raspberry Pi Foundation hit by grudge DDoS attack PCWorld.co.nz The tiny Raspberry Pi Foundation website and forum has been hit by two short but nasty DDoS attacks in the last week, the second attack flurry that has targeted the organisation since...
2012 Review: Raspberry Pi and wireless futureElectronicsWeekly.comThe openness of Raspberry Pi and its rise to fame on a shoestring budget is a great intro to my next trend which is the continued rise and building-out of social media.
Download Issue 8 of The MagPi Digital Magazine for lovers of the Raspberry PiConnected Digital WorldThe MagPi, a free online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi, whose first issue was released a few days ago, is a perfect example of that.
Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits : Blog - MiniPOV SpokePOV Tools MintyBoost Gift Certificates AVR Development Arduino Useful stuff BoArduino TV-B-Gone Game of Life Propeller SIM reader ...
Download Issue 7 of The MagPi Digital Magazine for lovers of the Raspberry PiConnected Digital WorldThe MagPi, a free online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi, whose first issue was released a few days ago, is a perfect example of that.
Download Issue 5 of The MagPi Digital Magazine for lovers of the Raspberry PiConnected Digital World (blog)The MagPi, a free online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi, whose first issue was released a few days ago, is a perfect example of that.
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