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Hungry for toast? Just tweet to your pi! #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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From Arduino “having11” Guy on hackster.io:

This is probably the MOST pointless projects I have ever done on here. With this project you will be able to Tweet to your Raspberry Pi and set a time for toast to be made automatically. The format of the Tweet is “sudo make_some_toast -t time”, where “time” is replaced with how long until you want your toast to be made, like this: “0:05”, or 5 minutes. Your Pi will then receive this message and make toast in 5 minutes, all on its own! It uses a relay system via its GPIO to control the toaster.

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