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7/26/2013 05:50 PM EDT
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mcgrathdylan
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mcgrathdylan   7/26/2013 8:18:39 PM
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This is really cool. I am very impressed by all of these projects. It's wonderful to see that people are doing such innovative and creative things with Raspberry Pi. I especially love the retro phones stereo control, the Atari emulator and, of course, the R2D2 (who doesn't?)

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Susan Rambo   7/26/2013 8:55:21 PM
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Some nice little tutorials on these pages.  The word is books are being written as teaching material on the Raspberry Pi as platform for a variety of subjects, so hopefully we're poised to see it take off in computer science classes.

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daleste   7/26/2013 11:09:25 PM
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This is really cool stuff.  I'm not sure what a bitcoin is, but maybe I need one of these miners...

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rich.pell   7/27/2013 9:14:22 AM
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"I'm not sure what a bitcoin is, but maybe I need one of these miners..."

Sounds like another use for Adapteva's $100 Parallella Supercomputer ...

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Raspberry Pi at Design West
kfield   7/27/2013 9:35:56 AM
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Thanks for sharing these cool projects. Coming off of our hugely popular Raspberry Pi hands on workshops at DESIGN West 2014, we're already organizing our sessions for next year. These projects inspire me to think outside of the box on what we can provide for attendees to build.

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Innovation Unleashed
Tom Murphy   7/27/2013 4:05:32 PM
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This shows more than a lot of cool projects. It shows how innovation sparks more innovation in many different directions, with each of those innovations having the potential to inspire others.  

Readers: What other Rasperry Pi innovations have you seen?  (Feel free to point to photos with the commenting tool that allows you to point to photo urls.)

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selinz   7/27/2013 6:49:08 PM
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Cool Stuff! I want to know how many emails the dog has got since this has been posted. Perhaps we can watch the dog get fatter over time! I also appreciate the tomato tenderer. Definitely need that...

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Caleb Kraft   7/28/2013 12:54:49 PM
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The atari emulator inside the cartridge is probably my favorite. It looks great and I'm sure it is a lot of fun.

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Caleb Kraft   7/28/2013 12:55:40 PM
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I have no idea, but it would be hillarious to sign that email address up to some spam lists. The dog would be quite pleased!

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Caleb Kraft   7/28/2013 12:56:41 PM
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I actually brought that up in the parallella aritcle's comments. They said it doesn't work great for bitcoin mining, but you've got the right thoughts!

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