Issue #186 - Laugh
What do you call a dinosaur with no eyes? A Doyouthinkhesawus!
Okay, so that joke was awful, I’ll admit it. And with the launch of the first Pioneers theme, we’re hoping that our awesome participants will do a better job at making us laugh. If you’ve yet to hear about Pioneers, or haven’t heard about the latest theme, check it out!
We also announced The Raspberry Pi Foundation’s intentions for world domination in 2017, with plans to increase educational support and inspire more young digital makers. And if you’re an educator keen to get your students into computing and digital wonderment, the dates for Picademy UK are now available.
We’ve also had fun discovering some great builds this week, including an Amazon Alexa Teddy Ruxpin and a real-life Harry Potter Daily Prophet.
That’s all from me this week. I’ll catch you next Friday.
The first Pioneers Challenge is...(raspberrypi.org) Make sure you've signed up for Pioneers!
Our plans for 2017(raspberrypi.org) World domination is go go go!
Picademy UK dates 2017(raspberrypi.org) Grab your diary
Alexa Ruxpin(youtube.com) Bring your Teddy to life with Amazon Alexa
Inexpensive wall mount(instructables.com) Tidy up those wires
Build an Astro Pi Flight Case(youtube.com) Files and video directions available
Real-life Daily Prophet(raspberrypi.org)
Piet brings the Wizarding World home from Florida
MagPi Community Profile(raspberrypi.org)
Putting the spotlight on Tim and Michael
Renault open-source car(recantha.co.uk)
We spy a Pi or two
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