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Printed Edition of The MagPi Magazine Project #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Here’s a great project just launching on Kickstarter to bring the MagPi monthly online magazine, a labor of love, into the physical world:

The MagPi magazine has been published online each month since May 2012. Each 32 page magazine is created entirely by enthusiasts using the Raspberry Pi. It can be read online or downloaded for free from our website, www.TheMagPi.com, which receives 100,000 hits every month.

We have always wanted to make the magazine available in printed form, so we did a test print run of issue 6. The result was a large number of requests for all back issues to be printed. However there are significant upfront costs associated with professionally printing a magazine and a significant volume of magazines must be printed to get the price point to where we want it to be.

Read more.

I have been reading this magazine for the past three months and strongly recommend it! Grab a free PDF here to check it out!

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