News this week in the Pi World

router

I am sorry that certain boards have not had a place in this eternal struggle where one thinks that there is a market for all, without remembering that behind them there are companies that depend on turnover to be able to move forward. But the king is dead, king in place, and recently it has had SBC that have allegedly disappeared from the market and others that are new additions. Want to know more?...


Video od the week: Experiencing the Early 90's Internet with a Raspberry Pi 3 B+!
  • Updated my article about accessing Pi via SSH without passwords: Sometimes my blog serves as a reminder for tasks like having to access Pi without a password via ssh. The post has time but is still valid even though I have extended it. | misapuntesde.com

BPIbit

  • $19.50 BPI:bit ESP32 Board is Inspired by BBC Micro:bit, Compatible with Webduino and Arduino IDE: The BBC micro:bit has never particularly interested me, but it can be a very instructive board for teaching programming. Banana Pi wants to try and get a plate with similar features but I don't know if the price is competitive enough. | cnx-software.com

  • Is this the end for the C.H.I.P?: Well, as I was saying, the company doesn't seem to be having the time of its life. I don't know if the problem is that they haven't been able to treat the community well (I don't remember many operating systems to use apart from the company's own), or that the default connection to the television is through RGB (even if they sell adapters for VGA and HDMI). The interesting idea was to include Pico-8 for games and development. | hackaday.com

cocktail

  • beautiful-pi-powered-cocktail-machine: I can already imagine the day of tomorrow on my presumed terrace of a robot that makes me mojitos while I sunbathe. Until that day comes I'll have to get up and prepare it myself but hey, I'll settle for one of these.. | hackaday.com

retrocm3

  • retro-cm3-a-powerful-retropie-handled-game-console: It looks to me like a Dingoo A320 I have around here, and you can have it printed in 3D. Although I wouldn't put Retropie... | hackaday.io

  • building-my-perfect-router: A very well thought-out post to build your own router for a measly $50 using a board I didn't know, the ESPRESSObin that you can see at the top of this post... | blog.tjll

Tweet of the week thanks to @KeithRParsons:

Happy weekend!


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