It's in the paper version - until someone scans a copy we won't have it here. We're actually a bit pissed off with Wired; they were a nightmare to deal with (as well as wasting a huge amount of my, Rob's and Eben's time through refusing to grok that we simply DID NOT HAVE production units when they started talking to us last year, the journalist actually tried to trick us into agreeing to delay release until they'd got an article out by saying his editor had signed some sort of agreement with the trustees!) and we specifically asked them not to do a couple of things they'd suggested. Namely trying to reverse-engineer our BOM, which opens us up to all kinds of stress with our suppliers, who don't want their other customers saying "But you gave Raspberry Pi the same thing for $n" - and photoshopping a case onto an alpha board, which is just downright misleading. In the end, the article is a couple of columns at the edge of a page - where they try to reverse-engineer our BOM and show a photoshopped alpha board.
They're off the list for press samples, and I don't think we'll be giving them any more interviews.
Director of Communications, Raspberry Pi