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a girl with computer problems

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Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard

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BBC Micro:Bit – A Competitor for Raspberry Pi?

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The BBC – yes, the UK’s national television company – has recently unveiled its own pocket-sized, codeable computer, the Micro:Bit. It has a ton of features to go around – motion detection, Bluetooth, a built-in compass, and many more. It’s tiny, easy to handle, and perfect for anyone who wants to learn about computers. But is is up to the competition – the low-cost, high power Raspberry Pi?

The Micro:Bit vs. the Raspberry Pi

Comparing the two devices would be like comparing a beginner’s first try on building a blog to one built by a professional designer, like this website here. The Raspberry Pi and the Micro:Bit are two completely different devices. The Micro:Bit is nothing like the latest Pi 3 – it’s much simpler, more like a gateway to the likes of Raspberry Pi. It is intended to introduce children to the world of computers, rather than a computer on its own.

What is the Micro:Bit after all?

The Micro:Bit is nothing but a circuit board with most of its functions built in – it has a programmable 25-LED display, two control buttons, and some basic operations. Its goal is to interact with other devices rather than working as a standalone computer, so a comparison between the two doesn’t stand.

The hardware specifications of the Micro:Bit tell us all about its capabilities. It has a 32-bit ARM Cortex M0 CPU, the smallest one available at the manufacturer. It only has 16 kilobytes of memory, so there is no way a proper operating system – let alone software for a HTPC – could run on it.

Development for the Micro:Bit is simple, easy to master. It only has 56 instructions, and a C-friendly architecture, making development of its applications quick and easy. It will encourage its users to develop devices using it, and learn more about technology compared to the Pi. While the Pi is a fully fledged computer, equipped with USB ports and HDMI video output, the Micro:Bit only has five I/O rings – they can be used to hook up external devices – like sensors and robots – using crocodile clips. Its built-in accelerometer makes it perfect for building direction-based toys and games, while its Bluetooth connectivity enables it to hook up with mobile phones wirelessly. I can imagine a Micro:Bit-based robot as a science project, remotely controlled using an Android app… that would make a great addition to any science fair, I guess.

The Micro:Bit doesn’t come with a proper operating system, but rather with a web-based interface. It is simple, accessible and perfect for introducing children to the building blocks of computer systems. And that’s its destination: to help children discover the wonders of technology. And it will be given away to all year 7 children (that’s the final year of primary school in the UK).

Computer

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the MP family

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you wouldn’t download a car

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machine code

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computer dictionary fan

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classical computer security woman

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Modern Shiva

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Shut Down The ocmputer

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Coding Joke

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Floppy Organ

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Presenting the Floppotron, a music organ composed of an array of floppy drives, hard drives, and a couple of flatbed scanners.

The scanners are controlled by off-the-shelf Arduino boards and the hard drives have ATMega16s with H-bridge drivers.

The floppies are divided into single-voice blocks of eight controlled by an ATMega16, with dynamic volume envelopes made possible by the number of simultaneously running drives, so the sounds can fade in and out like “natural” musical instruments.

The hard drives and scanners are run against their mechanical stops, providing percussion. All the boards are daisychained via SPI to an Arduino that acts as a PC interface, and the PC schedules the performance with a Python script.

if you are not me, get away from my computer

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wireless mouse

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cowboy hacker

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he’s not just a hacker, but a gentlemen hacker at that!

Zero Gravity Workstation 8

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Steam Wallpaper

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How To Do Coding

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add some whiskey and beer and this is how I code

Chloe in VR

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