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Issue 6 Contents:
Skutter: Adding a motorised base – Part 1
Portable Power for your Pi - Untether your Raspberry Pi with a portable power supply.
Star Letter: An FET Buffer Stage for GPIO Access - In response to the In Control article from Issue 4, Clive Tombs shares his own example of connecting to GPIO pins.
Pumpkin Pi - A little project to provide some Halloween fun. Wire up a pumpkin with glowing eyes and a motion dector!
Camera Pi: An interview with David Hunt
Our Raspberry Pi Summer - A School Teacher and his son discover coding like it's the 80s again!
Baby steps in a big world: Ada – a language for everyone
C Cave: Tutorial 4 – Bitwise operators and system commands.
The Scratch Patch: Sorting
The Python Pit: HTML and reading external files - When programming, it is sometimes useful to be able to read and write to and from external text files.