Raspberry Pi: the Basics for a Good Pi

Raspberry Pi: the Basics for a Good Pi

There are 2 comments on the Lockergnome story from Jan 16, 2013, titled Raspberry Pi: the Basics for a Good Pi. In it, Lockergnome reports that:

I was thinking of getting a Raspberry Pi module , but I don't know a thing about computer programming or coding.

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Beshman

London, UK

#1 Jan 17, 2013
It can just be used as a media hub. Just connect the PI to a screen using a HDMI cable, plug in the audio cables to speakers, put your USB mouse and keyboard in and you can watch hi-def videos, listen to music etc. Its a handy device to take around if you have a load of movies you want to take to a friends or a family that live far away.
Dirty African Ubuntu

Toronto, Canada

#2 Jan 21, 2013
Beshman, are you a bushman? Only a dirty African monkeyman or some similar third world slum-dweller would want to use a piece of $#*@ "raspberry pi" for a media hub. It is a piece of garbage, not even worthy of being discarded in a stinking Nairobi landfill.

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