Here’s another interesting implementation of the $35 microcromputer — or rather a stack of 56 Pis, linked together to form what its creators have called PiCloud, using LEGO bricks as bespoke racks for the Pi stacks. (Not the first time we’ve seen Pi paired with LEGO either.) Continue »
Who ever stumbles on to this post, if you do nothing else in this day watch this and feel good that there are those out there trying to help others with wonderful affordable tech!! Might want to make sure there are some tissues handy. Happiness and Joy!!
Today we mourn the loss of a great champion of open information, Aaron Swartz. Co-founder of Reddit, Co-creator of the RSS 1.0 standard, digital activist, and author of the Guerilla Open Access Manifesto.
Everyday billions of people have him to thank for the news they receive. We all owe him a HUGE debt of gratitude for the work he did in preventing the SOPA monstrosity from becoming law.
On this day my small voice screams for a moment of silence to be observed in ALL RSS feeds for at least 10 mins with the only feed being: “Thank you Aaron you shall be missed and not forgotten.”.
For those that don’t know what the Guerilla Open Access Manifesto is I suggest you read it. http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=cefxMVAy
There is so much more to be written but it would be impossible for me to do so and not get on my SOPA box (pun fully intended) and this is not the time nor the place to do so.
My hope is that you will read this post, search for the truth, read the stories (via RSS feeds) and hopefully the outrage you will feel will drive you to act for the greater good like Aaron did.
Saturday night had some curious night sky tenants. Heading out for some much appreciated time out, Amy & I noticed to bright lights in the night sky, and knowing they had to be planets, we stopped to check them out.
Turns out they were Jupiter and Venus and they made quite an impressive duo! My phone did it’s best, but definitely not the easiest shot. The image seems to show, perhaps, some of the moons around them!
For starters, we’re thankful for our families, and for a change of scenery. And we’re also very thankful for our clients and the other relationships we’ve been able to forge through this company’s history. This time of year is always good for looking back and seeing how far we’ve come.
And with that in mind, the staff here at 3PRIME would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving Holiday!