Reddit: Fun little experiment — Using a Raspberry Pi 4 to archive Reddit in real-time

Reddit: Fun little experiment — Using a Raspberry Pi 4 to archive Reddit in real-time. “I recently got a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB) and wanted to torture the shit out of it by running an Elasticsearch node on it. Much to my surprise, not only does it keep up with indexing Reddit data in real-time, it offers surprisingly fast searches.”

Gizmodo: The New Raspberry Pi Is Basically a $35 Desktop Computer

Gizmodo: The New Raspberry Pi Is Basically a $35 Desktop Computer. “It’s rare to come across a bespoke gadget or a cleverly hacked device that doesn’t have a tiny Raspberry Pi inside it. It’s long been one of the easiest and cheapest ways to power a custom creation, but the new Raspberry Pi, announced earlier today, packs significant upgrades that could let it finally pass as an incredibly cheap desktop computer.”

Ditch Dropbox: Create A Personal Home Backup Server With Raspberry Pi 3 (Linux for Everyone)

Linux for Everyone: Ditch Dropbox: Create A Personal Home Backup Server With Raspberry Pi 3 . “On the latest episode of Choose Linux, I talked about some of my first experiences with a Raspberry Pi 3 B+. About an hour after we wrapped recording, I decided to keep playing by setting up NextCloudPi. And I kinda love it, so here’s a quick and easy guide to setting up your own personal DropBox replacement at home.”

Hackaday: Leigh Johnson’s Guide To Machine Vision On Raspberry Pi

Hackaday: Leigh Johnson’s Guide To Machine Vision On Raspberry Pi. “We salute hackers who make technology useful for people in emerging markets. Leigh Johnson joined that select group when she accepted the challenge to build portable machine vision units that work offline and can be deployed for under $100 each. For hardware, a Raspberry Pi with camera plus screen can fit under that cost ceiling, and the software to give it sight is the focus of her 2018 Hackaday Superconference presentation. (Video also embedded below.)”

MakeUseOf: How to Record and Stream Live TV With Raspberry Pi

MakeUseOf: How to Record and Stream Live TV With Raspberry Pi . “Watching live TV seems old school in the Netflix era, but you can’t always find every show or movie you want on a streaming service. The alternative is paying out for cable or satellite TV, and who wants to do that? Thankfully, if you’re in a country with terrestrial TV broadcasting, you can cut the cord and record live TV to a network DVR with Tvheadend instead, running on a Raspberry Pi. Here’s how you do it.”

Make Tech Easier: 5 of the Best Raspberry Pi Alternatives in 2019

Make Tech Easier: 5 of the Best Raspberry Pi Alternatives in 2019. “While the Raspberry Pi ticks all the boxes with respect to performance, price, and usability, it leaves plenty of room for other boards to tweak that formula. Of late, the market has seen a release of a swathe of new boards with PC-like features. Before we discuss the Raspberry Pi alternatives, let’s take a look at the top specs of the Raspberry Pi 3 model B to give you a picture of how it compares with the competition.”