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Assuming that you, dear reader, haven't been living under a rock for the last year or so, you will no doubt be aware of the Raspberry Pi , a rather cute £30 ARM machine, in the spirit of the BBC Micro, aimed at the education market. Of course, being an insatiable hoarder of assorted electronic detritus, I had to have one. Sadly, any substantial use of it was delayed due to finals, but I now find myself both with free time and in need of a project. As I probably should have posted more about, I spent most of the last year developing a piece of educational software in the Clojure language, providing me with my first significant experience of developing in a Lisp, and I loved it.
In celebration of the first anniversary of the Raspberry Pi, we are pleased to sponsor the first Raspberry Pi Design Contest by MAKE. It is a challenging competition to make something new, beautiful, or educational with the Pi. MAKE is a leader in providing inspiration and knowledge to a large number of makers in the US and we are excited to be able to offer the contestants a wide range of Raspberry Pi accessories, bundles and other components to help them create an amazing entry. Each entry should use the Raspberry Pi as an intrinsic part of the project, but may include other circuitry, software, mechanical, or sculptural parts as needed.
Ok, I hope I'm replying to the right people with the right replies... Nb8k & kieranajp - Thanks and noted. paddy2k - Nice idea - I like the Selotpe thought.
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