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Susan Rambo
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Teddy Bear gets new smarts
Susan Rambo   2/22/2014 1:06:05 PM
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I vote for "scary." I never had one of these bears but i think it's so funny that tinkers / DIYers will spend time on this piece of American pop culture.

JeremySCook
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Re: Teddy Bear gets new smarts
JeremySCook   2/22/2014 8:53:12 PM
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Ha, yeah, I never had one either.  I really want to get my hands on one now though...  That is unless I think of another project to do soon.  Always pretty likely with me.

betajet
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Raspberry Pi, definitely
betajet   2/22/2014 2:44:13 PM
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Both Teddy Ruxpin and Raspberry Pi were very hard to get when they were first released due to unexpectedly high demand.  So it's appropriate for RasPi to provide the brains for the bear.

JeremySCook
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Re: Raspberry Pi, definitely
JeremySCook   2/22/2014 8:53:41 PM
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Interesting.  Didn't know that little fact about TeddyR.



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