The MagPi - Issue 92 - 2020 April

The MagPi - Issue 92 - 2020 April
Issue 92
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The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It’s a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.
 If you have a problem, if nobody else can help, and – crucially – if it’s Raspberry Pi-related, maybe you should buy The MagPi magazine. OK, so we’re not quite the A-Team, but we are experts at troubleshooting computers. Rob has put together an incredible Raspberry Pi Problems Solved feature (page 28). From fixing pesky boot problems to advanced system support, there’s advice for every maker.
 We’ve got some top tutorials too. PJ has now added facial recognition to his magic mirror (page 50). He’s also found time to hack a Morse code key to send messages to Twitter (page 42). I’ve been continuing to delve into Raspberry Pi Shake earthquake data (page 46). Rosie and Phil have been looking at weather and pollution tracking (page 60).
 And that’s before we get to the community projects: from a CNC machine hacked to become an Etch-a-Sketch (page 14), to a useful sourdough incubator (page 20), to an amazing clock that uses Instagram images for its digits (page 22).
 We solve Raspberry Pi-related problems, and the incredible community never lets us down. So hunker down, ignore the outside world for a while, and enjoy a cracking edition of The MagPi. See you next month!

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