A quick tutorial on installing a Ruby implementation of the Pi. Requires compilation of source.
Make Use Of has a lovely round-up article on the 7 Reasons To Get A Raspberry Pi.
James Medd has done a fantastic practical experiment by setting up a Pi to monitor movement from his letterbox and Tweeting a photo of his front door mat. So, whenever he gets post, he gets a Tweet!
Nice one, James! PostPi!
Raspy Juice expansion board allows not only to juice up your RasPi through batteries or solar cells, but also gives you the features of a micro-controller for analog inputs and serial connections.
Of course, as per usual with small-batch boards for the Pi, finding out how to buy it is a royal pain in the backside. Eventually found this link to buy it for $42 (Singapore dollars?!? which is about £22 plus about £6 for shipping).
More details here: RasPy Juice: Rasperry Pi serial & servo control
I am going to try and catalogue all the Raspberry Pi-related articles and tutorials in print magazines. If you notice I’ve missed something, please add a comment with details (preferably in a similar format to the one I’m using below) and a link, if possible, to the magazine cover.