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May 17, 2012

Stick your tongue out and blow.

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1337299180 ) Play
2012-05-24

Connect the three:

 

Cracked by: Dibyo , Manish Achuth , Manoj , badideabear , Ananth , finkle , Bharath , rickde , Rogi , Sumanth Patlolla , KK , Bipin Banavalikar and sanador

Answer:
The BBC created the BBC micro as an educational computer (launching Acorn which eventually became ARM). The Raspberry Pi foundation created the Pi inspired by the BBC micro (which, interestingly, is centered around a powerful ARM processor)

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14 Responses to “Stick your tongue out and blow.”

  1. Dibyo
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    the raspberry pi, which is inspired by the bbc micro


  2. Manish Achuth
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    Raspberry Pi was inspired by the BBC Micro


  3. Manoj

    Raspberry Pi computer of $35/25 cost. I’m interning at the company that provided the video core chip for this.


  4. badideabear
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    1. BBC Micro
    2. BBC Micro Owl
    3. Raspberry Pi logo

    Raspberry Pi’s unofficial name is the BBC Micro 2.0


  5. Ananth
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    BBC Computer Literacy
    BBC Micro & The BBC Micro Owl
    Raspberry Pi Logo


  6. finkle

    1. the BBC micro made by acorn, a pc meant to be shipped to schools in order to teach about computers and such
    2. the logo of the bbc micron
    3. the logo of the raspberry pi, sort of a successor to the micro, meant to be cheap and to teach about computation.


  7. Bharath
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    Raspberry Pi – a single board computer used for teaching computers in schools.The computer is inspired by Acorn’s BBC Micro designed and built by Acorn Computers for the BBC Computer Literacy Project.


  8. rickde
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    Raspberry Pi, inspired by Acorn’s BBC micro


  9. Rogi
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    They’re devices/companies associated with creating computers specifically for the British educational system.BBC Micro and Raspberry Pi


  10. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Raspberry Pi, unofficially titled the BBC Micro 2.0 was recently launched.


  11. KK
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    Raspberry Pi is a single-board computer (pic 3) inspired by BBC Micro of 1981(Pic 1 and 2).


  12. Bipin Banavalikar
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    BBC Micro and its owl logo
    Logo of Raspberry Pi

    Both Systems were developed with objective of education.


  13. sanador

    Rasberry PI?


  14. The BBC created the BBC micro as an educational computer (launching Acorn which eventually became ARM). The Raspberry Pi foundation created the Pi inspired by the BBC micro


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