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If you’re wondering what to use a Raspberry Pi for, look no further than this infographic, which details some great Pi projects.

If you’re wondering what to use a Raspberry Pi for, look no further than this infographic, which details some great Pi projects.

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Craft Tips: How to Make Craft Mat Sticky Again - Watch Jonie Sumsion as she shares her quick craft tip on how to make your electronic cutting mats sticky again by simply cleaning them off with a sticky lint roller. For more inspiring ideas from Jonie visit her blog at http://just-between-friends.com

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Some housekeeping first. As you can see, I’m upright and typing again. Turned out that I had a really unusually nasty dose of ‘flu. It started as what I thought was a bad cold, but kept getting worse, until it got to a point when I couldn’t get my head off the pillow and thought …

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Pi-Top: The 3D-printable Raspberry Pi laptop anyone can build

In the interests of making computer-building -- and computers -- accessible to all comes the Pi-Top, a do-it-yourself, Raspberry Pi laptop.

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This photo is from crystalradioclub in the UK I don't know if you'd call it art but I like it. WOW

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Set up your own personal cloud storage on Raspberry Pi with OwnCloud http://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-owncloud

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The definitive reference for those who work with wearable tech.

How to Work With Conductive Fabric

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"Building Bristlebots: Basic Toothbrush Robotics": With a bag of toothbrushes and some basic electronics supplies, you can give a group of kids a fun introductory #robotics experience! Once you have a crew of working bots, get creative building mazes and tracks!

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How to create your own free computer forensics kit on a USB drive

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The *Ultimate Robot Kit* great for learning robotics, Arduino and scratch programming

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