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hpr2236 :: Hoarding Raspberry Pis

In this episode, I discuss my growing obsession with building a Raspberry Pi data center.

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In this episode, I discuss my growing obsession with building a Raspberry Pi data center.

Tower of Pi

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Hope this was enjoyable, if not, informative!


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Comment #1 posted on 2017-02-21T21:43:36Z by sigflup

right on

Very good show!

Comment #2 posted on 2017-02-28T02:46:24Z by jezra

Wonderful

When you mentioned that the RPis are general computer computers, it really resonated with me that they are also ideal for an "always on" computer due to their low power consumption.


Comment #3 posted on 2017-03-29T20:48:50Z by Alpha32

Great!

Great show! But, it seems the hpr robot voice thinks you're hoarding raspberry piss:-(

Comment #4 posted on 2017-04-07T19:55:11Z by Dave Morriss

Pis or Pi's

I'd have added an apostrophe to the plural of Pi, but it's generally thought to be wrong (even though espeak then pronounces it in the non-urinary way). I have seen someone suggest it should be "Raspberries Pi" but that seems silly.

Comment #5 posted on 2017-04-08T09:59:31Z by Mike Ray

Pis or Pi's

The apostrophe is definitely wrong, but as a screen-reader user this is a thing I struggle with constantly when writing pages and blog posts. Writing Pis definitely gives a pronunciation that is undesirable. May be it would have been easier if Ebben Upton hadn't made the mistake of calling it a Pi instead of a Py. The Pi part was supposed to be short for Python but, hard to believe, he got it wrong

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