Happy Birthday Raspberry Pi!

Credit-card sized computer read more from TechCrunch

The Pi continues to be used in all manner of creative ways — including as a learning platform for teaching kids about computers and coding, which was actually the original mission of the Pi Foundation. And also as a plaything for adults, with makers and fully-fledged startup businesses using it to power all manner of cool stuff.  Long may it continue.



Games on Glass –

YouTube video Planet Jumper using Google Glass

Macy Kuang – Dames Making Games Speakers Social


“Dames Making Games is a non-profit, educational feminist organization dedicated to supporting dames interested in games.”
(from the DMG site: https://dmg.to/about)

Each month, DMG hosts a speakers social with presentations by creative souls who are involved in gaming making and related arts. These events are open to everyone and are designed for participants to discuss and gather support for new ideas. Here is a segment from the January social, 2013.


Coding, For Fun and Money

Coding is the ability to tell a computer what to do.  Learn to tell a computer what you want it to do.  From creating images and websites, to video games and virtual reality.  Coding is your key to the future you want to see.

The Coding Clubhouse is for kids of all ages who want to explore and learn about computers and technology.

On this site You Will Find: Resources for learning to code, Projects to participate in and Opportunities to get together talk and share code.

If you want to create Graphics, build Apps, or run Servers, The Coding Clubhouse is the place for you.  Tech Excites Us.  Beginner, Intermediate,  or Professional, come along and Join The Fun.

Get Ready,

Get Set,

3… 2… 1…


(321code.com coming soon: Hackathons for Kids)