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2012-12-11 06:09:35 AM  
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whatshisname: WTF is a Pi? Or are you presumed to know what it is if you read geek.com?

No, but if you have used the intertubes before you may have heard of a site called Google
2012-12-10 09:29:17 PM  
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LasersHurt: whatshisname: WTF is a Pi? Or are you presumed to know what it is if you read geek.com?

It's a very small, very cheap computer. It's 35 dollars. It was originally created to make a cheap thing for kids to learn on, but enthusiasts got after them by the thousands.

They can be built into things to make all kinds of computer powered, networked devices. They interface with common microcontrollers for projects as well.

Thanks. You should try to sell those two sentences to the author to the linked article.
2012-12-10 06:36:42 PM  
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Protip: when you write an article about a thing, tell me what that thing is.
2012-12-10 05:53:00 PM  
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Pssh. Wake me up when someone puts it in one of these.

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2012-12-10 04:12:35 PM  
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Raspberry Pi in a VHS-C case


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Raspberry Pi in a VHS TAPE 

... and SERIOUSLY.. how was This gem  not listed??
2012-12-10 02:54:28 PM  
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what is that thing and why should I care?
2012-12-10 02:15:50 PM  
1 vote:
What, no pipboy?

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