Last Saturday was World Backup Day, and this weekend I have dedicated it to making copies of the copy to avoid the cold sweat when you lose your data. We have become digital dependents of zeros and ones and I tell you one thing: it's okay if you lose some data (but just in case...). Now I'm here listening to Billy Joel and taking a walk through the most interesting websites I can collect for you about Pi. So make yourself comfortable and enjoy yourself. By the way Goo.gl is going to disappear, so I let you on the side panel direct link to the Google Docs.
The Internet of Teeth: Nothing to do with the Pi. Perhaps there will come a day when we can implant a RasPi in a tooth, but this sensor will allow us to dream of a world full of humans with implants to know their health status, where they are at any time or if you have not brushed your teeth for a few days. | hackaday.com
No Keyboard, Ethernet & Monitor: Setting up Raspberry Pi in headless Mode: Well, it's helped me to set up my Pi without having to plug it in via Ethernet and other stories when you use a Raspbian just installed. | steinacoz.com
An Amiga 500 for the 21st century: Some of you who have been following me for a long time will know that I always wanted to have an Amiga 500. In the end I opted for a PC/286 and these tutorials make me want to buy one online and see what it can do with a connected Pi. In this tutorial even the floppy drive works. WAit for, you don't know what a floppy drive is? Buff!. | hackaday.com
Tweet of the week thanks to @DietPi_:
Originally I planned to do an #AprilFools with #DietPi running on the #Dreamcast VMU.— DietPi (@DietPi) 1 de abril de 2018
However, someone actually modded one to run @RetroPieProject with @RaspberryPi!https://t.co/HbDrjTldB3
Also: How to, install #RetroPie on #DietPi: https://t.co/qv2dD5iNNQ pic.twitter.com/90xuvpd5uX