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The Raspberry Pi is a fantastic maker board with tons of potential. It's simple to get started with, and incredibly functional. Because of its low power consumption, the Raspberry Pi remains ideal for use as an always-on PC. As such, running a media or file server works well on a Pi. Similarly, the Raspberry Pi presents ideal hardware for a torrent box. Learn how to make a Raspberry Pi torrent box!
The Raspberry Pi is a versatile single-board computer. Its popularity stems from massive operating system support, community resources, and a bevy of applications. Though it often seems as though the majority of users are running RetroPie, Recalbox, or Lakka on the Raspberry Pi for retro gaming, it's a capable device for tons of applications. You can create a media or file server with a Raspberry Pi for file access virtually anywhere. Additionally, you can make your own Raspberry web server with Drupal. Learn how to install Drupal on Raspberry Pi boards!
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Conferences happen across the world and for many different reasons, but one thing that is common between every conference is the conference badge. From simple sticky labels and makers, to elaborate electronic badges, the conference badge is there to help everyone learn who everyone else is!
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