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December 16, 2016 AT 5:02 am

South African Group Relies on Raspberry Pi to Deliver Their Album From a Cliff-Face #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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South African group Bateleur decided that simply purchasing their latest album from iTunes was too easy. So, they took a Raspberry Pi, uploaded their album to it and set it to transfer the files to a USB stick when a “secret whistle” was heard. They embedded the Pi inside a semi-transparent fake rock shield and placed the package, that they’ve called “The Nest … wait for it… part-way down Table Mountain in Cape Town! If you forget your USB stick, you can also plug directly into the Pi and listen via the exposed headphone jack. 

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