[vcf-midatlantic] OT: my own Pi

Christopher Blackmon ckblackm at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 22 10:26:09 EDT 2017

I've got several various Pi's running around here.  The two most active are a Pi 1 that takes data frommy PWS (personal weather station) and uploads it to wunderground.com... and the other is a Pi 3 that runsretropi that I play retro games with under emulation.
I'm going to pick up a 0 sometime and turn it into a project like: http://mrpjevans.com/  just to see if I can (and it looks cool, too).

      From: Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org>
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 Subject: [vcf-midatlantic] OT: my own Pi
Successfully booted my Pi Zero W into Raspbian tonight. Connected it to 
my living room TV (native HDMI) plus a keyboard and mouse.

Now what?

It's a little Linux computer.... although Corey says I shouldn't think 
of it that way.

No need to serve tablet content at home :) so I could use (real) ideas 
about what to do with it.

Evan Koblentz, director
Vintage Computer Federation
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evan at vcfed.org
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