How to use a Raspberry Pi to chart ambient temperature vs outside temperature via whiskeytangohotel.com:
What you need:
Raspberry PI with an internet connection
DS18B20 temperature sensor (RasPI tutorial at Adafruit)
Account at sen.se to log your values
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