Favorites of 2012: Why the eff didn’t you watch these TED Talks?

Originally posted on TED Blog:

2012 was the year of radical openness at TED. In that spirit, while our office is closed for winter break, TED’s editorial staffers have selected their favorite talks of the year that, for a variety of reasons, didn’t get as many views as we would have hoped … giving you a peek into both our process and our personalities. We hope you enjoy.

It’s the end of 2012, and that means end-of-the-year lists. And while you’re scrambling to look at photos of 43 people you won’t believe actually exist, to relive the year in animated gifs, or to download the year’s best 100 tracks, you’re not watching TED Talks. Frankly, I’m disappointed. There’s a whole host of nerdy, serious, socially minded, mildly chiding, frankly bizarre talks you might have missed this year. BUMMER FOR YOU. Here are 11 of my favorite TED Talks from 2012 that I’m surprised — nay, appalled

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Python #3

Hmm… kar dolgo nisem nič napisal, bom pa zdaj.

S pythonom sem prišel do sem. Bolj monotona vaja ampak bom že.

P.S.: Prav tako sem se odločil, da bom pisal cca. en prispevek na 14 dni, ker trenutno nimam veliko za pisat, pa še za šolo bo treba kaj narediti.

Pa srečno novo leto vsem!

Raspberry Pi Gets Own App Store: One-Stop-Shop To Make It Even Easier For Kids To Get Coding — And Earn Pocket Money From Apps

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Odlično!
Upam, da se bo z tem spodbudilo pisanje igre in posledično boljših gonilnikov za grafične kartice za Linux.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

The not-for-profit Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched an app store for the $25 mini computer — called the Pi Store — to “make it easier for developers of all ages to share their games, applications, tools and tutorials with the rest of the community”. The Pi mini computer was designed with the mission to get more kids learning to code.

The move was announced on the Foundation’s blog today but has been something the organisation has been planning for a while. Back in July, Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton told Young Web Builder that the Foundation planned to launch an app store. “We’re hoping at some point to offer ‘App Store-like’ functionality to allow people to make money from selling software they write,” he said in an interview.

The Foundation says it wants the Pi Store to be a one-stop-shop for development needs plus entertainment apps like games — with other categories…

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Python #1

Okej, bo treba nadaljevati z Pythonom.

Ostal sem tukaj. Vedno bolj zanimive vaje, imam že idejo kako bi spisal skripto na princip Dropboxa. Torej imam neko xy mapo in ko kaj spremenim v njej, se vsebina spremeni tudi na drugih računalnikih, poudarek bi bil na hitrosti. Za začetek bi naredil “povezavo” med trenutnim računalom in Raspberry Pi-jem.

Če bom še zmeraj zainteresiran za ta manjši projekt ga bom začel v prvi polovici naslednjega leta.