Issue #190 - How
Happy Friday, everybody.
This week has been the week for video content. Not only did we launch a new Code Club video introducing you to the excitement of running your own club, but we also released a How to Pioneer video for our Pioneers challenges, plus YouTuber YOGSCAST Kim sent us a good luck video for all our budding makers.
Raspberry Pi’s lavishly bearded Rik Cross offers up some advice for Safer Internet Day, to help you and your younglings keep safe online.
Remember, we’ve recently launched some great free resources, including our online training with FutureLearn, Pioneers for 12- to 15-year-olds in the UK, and lots of new dates for Picademy in 2017.
And if that’s not enough for you… we also froze a Raspberry Pi in ice… just because we could.
Have a great week and we’ll see you next Friday.
Safer Internet Day(raspberrypi.org) Be safe online
MeArm on Kickstarter(raspberrypi.org) The pocket-sized robot arm for your Pi
How to Pioneer(youtube.com) How to complete the Pioneers challenge
PolaPi-Zero(raspberrypi.org) The tiny thermal-printing camera
Start a Code Club(blog.codeclub.org.uk) Start a Code Club in your local school or library
PiE-Ink Name Badge(instructables.com) My name is (who?) my name is (chka-chka) Josh King
Spiral Speaker(pi-supply.com) You spin me right round, baby, right round...
The Visual Theremin(raspberrypi.org)
Hear the sound, feel the sound... see the sound?
See the world through another's eyes
Pioneers: YOGSCAST Kim(youtube.com)
Kim wishes all Pioneers good luck
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