Last Friday morning I got up at an unfamiliar hour to board a train to Leicester, where BBC Stargazing were broadcasting a special live show to coincide with the partial solar eclipse over the UK. Regular readers will have seen Dave Akerman write here last week of his plans to launch two Model A+ Pis … Continue reading →
Last Friday night I spotted a tweet with a picture of a Raspberry Pi running on a screen and mini keyboard concealed within a small hinged enclosure: “I christen thee as ‘Porta-Pi'” its officially finished! @Raspberry_Pi pic.twitter.com/UCIqVPoRLR — Jayme Gisbourne (@jaymegisbourne) February 8, 2014 I thought it was great! Then the next morning I spotted … Continue reading →
The 20% sale on T-shirts ends tonight – and today is the last day for guaranteed Christmas delivery of those shirts outside the UK. Get them while you can – they make for a great Christmas present for your best beloved hacker! (Or yourself…) Here’s a guest post from Rik Goldman, a teacher from Chelsea … Continue reading →