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We’ve seen pocket-sized Raspberry Pi computers before, but they usually require a 3D-printed case. DIY enthusiast Chris Robinson shows you how to build one with off-the-shelf parts.
The Raspberry Pi might be the most popular single board computer out there for Linux projects, but it’s certainly not your only option. The folks over at LinuxGizmos put together a list of 40 boards that can run Linux to help you pick the right one for your projects.
Going outside and soaking up some sun and warm weather is a joy, but remembering to reapply sunscreen can be a pain. It’s still necessary though, and Adafruit’s Becky Stern has an ingenious solution you can wear on a hat or other piece of clothing that watches your exposure and reminds you to reapply regularly.
Searching in an esky in the dark is annoying. Instructables user MechanicalMashup shows us how to add a light to your esky that automatically turns on when opened.
There are a bunch of different kinds of batteries, and trying to pick one for a DIY project gets confusing fast. DIY enthusiast afrotechmods made a video explaining the basics of different batteries, as well as a guide to picking the right one for any DIY project.
Many people like to fall asleep and wake up to the radio. While there are plenty of devices out there with sleep timers, Instructables user univership shows off how you can build your own with a Raspberry Pi.