Raspberry Pi enters production, but not in UK
The Raspberry Pi single-board open-source Linux computer, designed to bring programming back to home and school, has started production.
After a detour to discuss why the computer couldn't be built in the UK, one of the comments expressed it well …
This brings us back to the "post-PC" approach … the device itself is irrelevant.
Back at Raspberry Pi. I'm hugely in favour of it, but have a reservation that it's us 40-something trying to capture our lost youth. I agree that ICT is rubbish, and that it is better classed as office skills. It is a very boring course, but computing science is perhaps the new Latin, something niche and specialist.