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Slices of Raspberry Pi: Hacking the world's cheapest computer - CNN.com

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:07 -- rprice

Raspberry Pi is inspiring home inventors around the world. Ryan Price from Orlando, Florida, re-purposed this Bakelite Admiral television with a 15" LCD screen with an RPi to display video, pictures and other media. "The community that has formed around the Pi is nearly unmatched," he said.

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Slices of Raspberry Pi: Hacking the world's cheapest computer - CNN.com

Tue, 12/10/2013 - 08:07 -- rprice

Raspberry Pi is inspiring home inventors around the world. Ryan Price from Orlando, Florida, re-purposed this Bakelite Admiral television with a 15" LCD screen with an RPi to display video, pictures and other media. "The community that has formed around the Pi is nearly unmatched," he said.

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On Having a Google TV

Thu, 08/09/2012 - 01:17 -- rprice

I am an Android guy. After owning a Nokia N96 and an iPod touch at the same time, upgrading to the HTC EVO was like the best of both worlds. Always-on connection plus awesome music and podcasting client. In order to test out web pages I also purchased a Toshiba Thrive 10". Last but not least, since I develop web pages to be viewed on televisions, I thought a Sony Google TV box would round out my Android collection nicely. At this point, I don't really use the Google Play Books or Movies all that much.

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My Recommended Anime

Mon, 07/23/2012 - 14:51 -- rprice

It's hard recommending #anime to people whose only exposure has been Dragon Ball Z, Sailor Moon, and Poke'mon - all series meant for a wide or young target audience. It's further complicated because anime is at its best when viewed subtitled instead of dubbed, which many people are reluctant to try.

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You Built What?! A Wearable LED Television | Popular Science

Thu, 01/05/2012 - 13:16 -- rprice

Forbes had 160 circuit boards and enough electronics to start a data center strapped to his body. What the authorities didn’t realize, though, was that all the equipment wasn’t dangerous—it was actually a wearable TV set.

Forbes, an electrical engineer, built his first video coat in 2009 after getting his hands on a collection of surplus LED displays

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On the end of Terrestrial TV Broadcasting

Sun, 01/03/2010 - 08:17 -- rprice

There was a big discussion last week on my local geeky mailing list that started because of a mention that local TV stations may stop broadcasting over-the-air for free.

From Yahoo News:

The recession has squeezed advertising further, forcing broadcasters to accelerate their push for new revenue to pay for programming.

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