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Ever wanted to start your own pirate radio station to broadcast your tunes over FM? Make shows how you can do it with just a Raspberry Pi and a single piece of wire.
With a custom operating system and the right package installed, it’s not hard to get a Raspberry Pi running at 1GHz, up from its stock speed of 700MHz. But going beyond that? It is possible, but the gear required cancels out two of the main benefits of the device — its portability and silent running.
While computer powered personal assistants haven’t really come into their own yet, that doesn’t mean they’re not useful. The Raspberry Pi happens to work great as an assistant, and Instructables user janw shows off how to convert an old intercom system to work with the Pi as a voice-controlled device.