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by jamesh » Mon Dec 24, 2012 8:54 pm
Hope you have a good break, and Santa brings you many Pi related goodies.

Myself? I'm hoping for Kylie Minogue, but I'm not sure she'll fit in my stocking.

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by malakai » Mon Dec 24, 2012 8:58 pm
Merry XMAS to you too. Hoping for Scarlett Johansson myself may we both get our wishes. Now everyone give the Admins their present and take a break :)
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by toxibunny » Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:24 pm
Happy Christmas!!!
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by AndyD » Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:58 pm
Merry Christmas.
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by aTao » Tue Dec 25, 2012 12:19 am
Thank you James and all, Merry Christmas to you all.
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by 6677 » Thu Dec 27, 2012 12:32 am
Pi related goodies. Hmm. Well the only thing. I asked for on my dads side of the family was a win8 upgrade on my desktop PC which was sorted early a few weeks ago. So I went to my dads today. Had a nice box to unwrap without a clue to what it could be as I didn't ask for anything. Cardboard box, open. HDMI cable, ethernet cable (both pretty long), phone charger and a 512mb raspberry pi. One aunt also have me £15 and some earphones, another an amazon voucher and assorted chocolate goodies. Going to get a powered USB hub for it asap, other than that I think I have everything. Might get a cheap USB keyboard and a WiFi adaptor yet, not sure, see how I get on with my existing keyboard and ethernet bridging.

Certainly very happy with what gifts I received. Asked for very little from anyone really. Told my mum and stepdad that I would like halo 4 and would feel safer with some jump leads in my car. Got both. Asked dad for windows 8 on the desktop. Got that. Seems the best gifts are the ones you don't expect. While we're here. Got a £50 voucher for an experience day, any recommendations. Thinking about seeing how much I have to add to that to drive a tank :P
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by davef21370 » Fri Dec 28, 2012 6:57 pm
I got something I never expected, 2 emails from 2 different students at an engineering college in India asking for help with their 3D scanner projects after they'd seen mine on here and YouTube.

How cool is sharing :)
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by liz » Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:45 am
That's fantastic! Eben and I got a weather station to hook up to a Pi from Eben's brilliant parents. Once we get a camera board and I work out how to reasonably waterproof it, a Pi will be being attached to the bee nest box Eben's auntie got us. (And the existing bird boxes and feeders.)
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