So many articles and blog posts since 28th, its hard to know where to start. I'm going to ignore the obvious candidates and go for this one:
Why the Next Steve Jobs Needs a Raspberry Pi, Not Patents
Linux Foundation Executive Director shares why he's excited about the Raspberry Pi and how it can put the power of computing into anyone's hands...
Two of the many stories covering the launch:
The Raspberry Revolution
Even usually stoic techie types are excited this week by the launch of the Raspberry Pi. So excited, in fact that on Wednesday, launch day, 29 February the sales website crashed. A slightly smug apology was posted blaming "a very high level of traffic". This minor technological embarrassment is better than any PR the developers could have bought.
So what's all the fuss about? How can a small red box, thought up by scientists in Cambridge, inspire such a lot of interest?
By Helena Gillespie
Published: Thursday 1/03/2012 at 00:00
Demand for Raspberry Pi, the British £22 computer, crashes website
Design intended to inspire schoolchildren and adults to program sees overwhelming demand as first versions go on sale.
By Charles Arthur
Published: Wednesday 29/2/2012 at 08:46
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