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Over at Mozilla HQ (where Firefox, a browser that many of you are using to read this, is made), some retro hardware hacking┬áhas been going on. The Mozillans have worked their way through several office music services, but nothing, so far, has stuck. Then this home-made project, which started as a bit of a joke, … Continue reading →
A few weeks ago, Dave Honess mentioned that there would be lots of brilliant Raspberry Pi activities at MozFest this year, thanks to a huge amount of organising effort from Raspberry Pi Creative Technologist Andrew Mulholland – Andrew, we’re really grateful for all the hard work you put in to make everything run smoothly! MozFest … Continue reading →
This year Mozilla Festival is taking place at Ravensbourne College in London (next to the O2 arena) on 7-8 November. Map here. This is Mozilla’s annual hands-on festival (affectionately known as MozFest) and is dedicated to forging the future of the open Web. It’s where passionate technologists, educators and creators unite to hack on innovative … Continue reading →