|Yeah, We got Pi!|
Cases, boxes, containers and protective wrappers.
A work in progress.(isn't everything?)...
Firstly before I start thinking about explaining what cases I use and what cases I'd like, and what cases I dont like... I would like to point out a safety feature I use on all of the pi units I now have. I had a mk1 b in a 3d printed case which was killed by a simple stray piece of metal made its way in and was rattling around the case and eventually shorting the power pins on the GPIO. Therefore as a precaution I always cover these pins with a FC-40C connector even inside cases.
These connectors are the same ones you find on a 3.5" hard disk ide cable so you are bound to find one. However they are not expensive to buy, I recently bought a pack of 5 for less than a bag of chips.
It is coded mostly using Vi, or at least the edit function of MC,
but also sometimes using Notepad++ or wordpad on Window$.
Images are processed using GIMP, Imagemagick or PSP7.
It was designed to be 800 pixels wide in 2003 to ensure resolution issues are not big issues. This has proven to be a good move as the website works as is on most smart phones. More information on the freely available software is available from the link on the sites home page.
If you have any questions, just contact me using the message function on the home page.