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Issue 16 Contents:
SKUTTER I2C - Expanding your senses with I2C
PATOSS - The Pato surveillance system
PI MATRIX - Part 4: Multiplexing and scrolling text messages
BOOK REVIEW - Raspberry Pi in Easy Steps and Python for Kids
THE PI-LITE - A plug and play LED matrix board
LOGI-PI SPARTAN6 FPGA BOARD - Raspberry Pi meets FPGA
USB ARDUINO LINK - Part 2: driving an LCD
AB ELECTRONICS COMPETITION - Win a selection of expansion boards
THIS MONTH'S EVENTS GUIDE - Cambidge, CAS North London, At-Bristol, CERN
FRESHLY ROASTED - Part 2: Java control-flow statements, numbers, strings and booleans
PCSL COMPETITION - Win a Raspberry Pi Model B and accessories
BASH GAFFER TAPE - Part 3: Strings and arithmetic operations
<XML /> - Part 2: building and parsing XML in Python