The Raspberry Pi 4 Desktop Kit is the perfect gift for any budding maker, coder, or Raspberry Pi fanatic. Get yours today from Raspberry Pi Approved Resellers across the globe, and the Raspberry Pi Store, Cambridge. What’s inside the Raspberry Pi 4 Desktop Kit? Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://rpf.io/ytsub Help us reach a wider audience […]
New to the Raspberry Pi Store, Cambridge: T-shirts made using Raspberry Pis in Rapanui’s sustainable factory. Oli Wilkin – our Glorious Retail Guru, to give him his formal title – has been hard at work this year bringing the Raspberry Pi Store, Cambridge, to life. Open since February, the store continues to evolve as it […]
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With the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings very much in the news this year, Adam Clark found himself interested in all things relating to that era. So it wasn’t long before he found himself on the Internet Archive listening to some of the amazing recordings of radio broadcasts from that time. In this month’s HackSpace […]
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When you think of the Scouts, do you think of a self-sufficient young person with heaps of creativity, leadership, initiative, and a strong team ethic? So do we! That’s why we’re so excited about our latest opportunity to bring digital making to young people with the world’s leading youth organisation. On 9 and 10 November, […]
After launching our Gender Balance in Computing programme this April, we have been busy recruiting for two trials within a small group of schools around England. Today, we are opening general recruitment for the programme. This means that all primary and secondary schools in England can now take part in the upcoming trials in this […]
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Why wear a boring bowler hat when you can add technology to make one of Disney’s most evil pieces of apparel? Meet the Robinsons Meet the Robinsons is one of Disney’s most underrated movies. Thank you for coming to my TED talk. What’s not to love? Experimental, futuristic technology, a misunderstood villain, lessons of love […]
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It was one of gaming’s first boss battles. Mark Vanstone shows you how to recreate the mothership from the 1980 arcade game, Phoenix. First released in 1980, Phoenix was something of an arcade pioneer. The game was the kind of post-Space Invaders fixed-screen shooter that was ubiquitous at the time: players moved their ship from […]
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Thanks to BBC Box, you might be able to enjoy personalised services without giving up all your data. Sean McManus reports: One day, you could watch TV shows that are tailored to your interests, thanks to BBC Box. It pulls together personal data from different sources in a household device, and gives you control over […]
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Today’s blog post started as a deflated “What do I buy my Secret Santa person?” appeal from a friend last night. My answer is this, a nice and early Secret Santa idea guide for anyone stuck with someone for whom they have no idea what to buy. All the gifts listed below cost £10 or […]
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These Raspberry Pis take hourly photographs of snails in plastic container habitats, sharing them to the Snail Habitat website. Snails While some might find them kind of icky, I am in love with snails (less so with their homeless cousin, the slug), so this snail habitat project from Mrs Nation’s class is right up my […]
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