You know we love our Raspberry Pi’s here at WeTalkNerdy.tv. Friend of the show Jeff K. let me know that lifehacker.com has a great list of Raspberry Pi projects that folks have cooked up. Most of the links include detailed instructions on how you can do the project yourself. There’s everything from DIY home automation to using the Pi to monitor your sump pump! Check it out. Thanks Jeff! And don’t forget about the Introduction to the Raspberry Pi that we did here
Program note: My housing situation is changing and I’ve got to move my studio and belongings so I will probably not have a new show for the next two weeks or so. I will try to get everything sorted out as quickly as possible. I will keep you updated as to my progress on the website. This week on WeTalkNerdy.tv, Gearbox gets sued over Aliens: Colonial Marines, AT&T drops the price of the Facebook phone to 99 cents, Adobe goes subscription only and Popcap announces Plants
Many thanks go out to Peter at Raspihub.com for including WeTalkNerdy.tv posts on his site. Raspihub is an aggregator of all the hottest Raspberry Pi news and blog posts from across the Internet. Peter was kind enough to include WeTalkNerdy.tv in his listings and I’m very grateful. Whether you’re new to the Raspberry Pi or a veteran RPi hacker, you will definitely find Raspihub.com a useful resource.
Some engineers at IBM have come up with a remote controlled model car that, with the aid of a Raspberry Pi, can be driven with a web browser from pretty much anywhere on the planet. Can DIY drone cars be far behind? Geek.com has more details.
Excerpted from WeTalkNerdy.tv Episodes 4-8, I present parts one through three of my introduction to the Raspberry Pi. Over the past few weeks I’ve created a series of shows as an introduction to the Raspberry Pi. I cover everything from what it is, to how to set it up for the first time, to using the Pi to control an external circuit with the GPIO pins. Here now are all three segments in one video. Thanks for watching! The Python script I discuss in Part 3 can
This week on WeTalkNerdy.tv, CISPA and Futurama both got cancelled. I explain how to stop those nagging OTA Android update messages. And finally, in part three of my introduction to the Raspberry Pi, I show you how to control a circuit using the Pi’s GPIO pins using Python. Special thanks this week go to Tom R. for his email, Matt Hawkins for his Raspberry Pi GPIO diagram and Rahul Kar for his Python Script. BitTorrent Magnet Links: 720p Video Version 480p Video Versi
This week on WeTalkNerdy.tv, I talk about Game of Thrones, Facebook Home, BioShock Infinite and review an awesome free Android app called Airdroid. I answer an email about viruses and recommend Malware Bytes, Spybot Search and Destroy and Comodo Security software. In part two of my series on Raspberry Pi, I show you how to put Raspian wheezy onto an SD card using Win32 disk imager. Finally, I talk about adjusting your config file, installing the Synaptic package manager and I turn
I’m back this week on WeTalkNerdy.tv with my take on the tech news of the week, a review of the HMDX Jam and an introduction to the Raspberry Pi. What can you do with a Pi? Well, Matt Richardson turned his into the world’s smartest bike light. Check it out: I’m going to turn my R Pi into an always on Bittorrent server that will use no more than 9 watts of power! In my introduction, I explain what you need to get started and how I turned an old tin of chocolates i
If you’re not familiar with the Raspberry Pi, stay tuned to WeTalkNerdy.tv because I’m going to introduce you to it in Episode 4. In the mean-time, enjoy the pretty x-ray pictures from Geek.com. Why x-rays? Because you’re a bored dentist with an x-ray machine I guess.