Liz: Annabel Oakley is eight years old. That makes her our youngest ever guest blogger! Here’s her account of a day out at a the PyCon UK Raspberry Jam in September at Coventry University, and the goblin-scaring project she made with her Raspberry Pi. Thanks very much, Annabel – and thanks also to Dad , who helped out with the Goblin Detector and drove the car! Annabel wanted a project to show at the computer conference. She decided to make a Goblin Detector which would sound a buzzer and flash a light, when her brother or sister went in her bedroom
opensource.com Raspberry Pi powered juggling performance opensource.com I found out that size would be key to a solution to Charles' problem, so I started with a Raspberry Pi . It is small and compatible with the Pibrella shield.
Our friends at Pimoroni have some good news for you. To celebrate making their 100,000th Pibow case , they’re giving away 512 Pibow Rainbow cases (and some accessories) to good causes. Updated to add: Cyntech have just thrown their hat into the ring too: they’ll be supplementing the prize pool with some more PiHubs and Pibrellas, alongside some seven-segment displays – all of which are very useful in the classroom. Thanks folks! The Pibow Rainbow – Raspberry Pi case and thing of beauty Are you a charity, educational establishment or other worthy cause with a bunch of naked Model B Raspberry Pis?