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Guest post from Khan Academy Lite

Liz: We’ve been talking a bit about Khan Academy Lite on this blog recently. KA Lite is the offline version of Khan Academy, and we’ve recently seen the Kingdom of Bhutan’s first Raspberry Pi being used as a server to give kids offline access to the huge, free suite of Khan Academy’s top-quality video lectures and learning materials. You can read more about Khan Academy on their own website , but don’t just take their word for it: there’s a wealth of material online about the Khan Academy learning experience from users, if you have a few minutes to google for it

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Life of Pi can inspire the next business generation – Yorkshire Post

Life of Pi can inspire the next business generation Yorkshire Post The Raspberry Pi plugs into a TV and keyboard and can be used for many of the same things as a desktop PC. Users can develop their own software to create programmes for real world applications. “It's only limited by people's imagination,” said Mr ..

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Difference Engine: Humble Pi – The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog) Difference Engine: Humble Pi The Economist (blog) Since those early days of home computing, your correspondent had never seen such minimalism in computing until the Raspberry Pi arrived on the scene a little over a year ago. This tiny bare-bones Linux computer, no bigger than a credit-card, costs $25 ..

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MAKE and MCM Raspberry Pi Design Competition: the winners!

MAKE held a Raspberry Pi Design competition with MCM Electronics for US-based Pi owners, and have just released the results. I’m not sure what’s more impressive: the outstanding quality of the entries, or the fact that even though we spend much of the day furiously googling for new Pi projects, many of the submissions were new to us here at the Foundation. It’s great for us to watch other organisations running contests like this: not least because it’s a real relief not to have to judge them ourselves! The Grand Prize went to Intonarumori, a collection of magic sound boxes made by a hacker/art collective called urbanSTEW.

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Video: Model car controlled by Raspberry Pi and WebSphere – TG Daily

Video: Model car controlled by Raspberry Pi and WebSphere TG Daily It seems like every time we turn around there's another incredibly cool project involving the uber-mini Raspberry Pi development board, like the retro gaming cabinet, Pi-to-Go, the Pi terminal and the Raspberry workstation. and more

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