Tech Tuesday: Sphero

Today for Tech Tuesday I’m taking you over to Sphero and sharing their awesomeness. If you haven’t seen their robots

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Raspberry Pi: Python Class

  Python, the programming language, is an open source language that is easily teachable and is run all over the

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Raspberry Pi: Light Shows

  One of the things that I adore about Raspberry Pis is that they are so versatile. You can use

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Shine a Little Light in a LED

In today’s world, there is a lot of emphasis on computer and programming skills, which is wonderful, and yet there

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A Taste of Pi

If you investigate the exciting world of hand-held computer coding, you’ll find that there are two major options out there: the

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PS4 Games for Programs

PS4, being the one system my teens ask for CONSTANTLY, has obviously seen the most gameplay (at least, until it

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Playstation 4 from a Library Standpoint

Playstation first hit American soil in 1995, a little over 9 months after its launch in Japan. It’s history can

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XBOX ONE Games for Programs

This week I’m focusing on Microsoft’s XBOX ONE, and today I’m talking about the XBOX ONE GAMES. There’s a lot

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XBOX ONE: Library Viewpoint

In 2001, Microsoft entered the console gaming world with a splash with the XBOX. Bill Gates and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (only

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