British magazine LinuxUser & Developer launches sister magazine “RasPi”. And there are several Adafruit components and references in projects, including a feature on the Onion Pi.
Our brand new sister magazine RasPi is here! Issue #1 is out today, available to download through Apple’s App Store. It’s jam-packed full of amazing content and only costs 69p/99¢.
Each month we’ll be walking you through a big Pi project, showing off some of the best work in the community, sharing your tweets, letters and emails, and of course giving you a whole bunch of tutorials to teach you how to get the most from your Raspberry Pi and make amazing things with it.
And a brief quote from the Onion Pi article:
Q So what is an Onion Pi then? You say it’s not a competitor?
A That’s correct. Onion Pi is the name for a Raspberry Pi kit that Adafruit Industries has put together which enables you to create a secure wireless router using the Raspberry Pi.
Q Okay, so it’s a product that uses the Raspberry Pi. What is Adafruit Industries, thought?
A Adafruit Industries is an online resource for learning about electronics and helping makers of every age and skill level build projects. Adafruit also provides and sells tools and equipment that its experts have tested themselves to make sure that these meet its quality standards…
Hmmmm, not bad….
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