Raspberry Pi

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Raspberrry Pi is (I am told - do your own googling!) a small circuitboard with modern stuff including USB and other links - price less than 30 - intended to replace old computers like Sinclair Spectrum: the aim is to stimulate amateur and kid's programming: they say this interest is declining. The buyer must provide a keyboard, a TV(?), a mouse - but can use e.g. BBC BASIC ( a card must also be provided, with a Linux distro and a bit of permanent store space). Perhaps there'll be some unexpected inventions with a cheap "toy" like this. I'm going for more info.

POINT OF ALL THIS? Doesn't it sound like an opportunity to push Euphoria a bit? Needs someone a bit more "with it" than myself though! Any interest?

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