So the Raspberry Pi foundation have a big announcement coming up tomorrow morning, and sadly I think I might well get up a bit early to find out what it is. I’m pretty sure I’ll be ordering a raspberry pi when they’re available.
So Apple have posted details of their much rumoured 7th of March event. It looks like an iPad 3 event to me, and not before time. In fact the only thing I really want answered is how long before I can actually get one? I most certainly don’t want to wait for months like with iPad 1, and what I’d really like to hear is something like ‘… and they’re available or order now with immediate shipping’, now that would be wonderful.
Aside from that I’m actually not too fussed about what’s in the next model. I’m sure it’ll be faster, with more memory, maybe a better camera and a retina display. I can’t think of anything else that’s been rumoured. I’d love to hear that they’ve brought something really amazing in the 3rd generation iPad. Something really unexpected, but I’ll settle for getting one quick as my iPad 2 is really unusable now, which is a real shame and I’m really missing it.
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I decided that I’d go through the ‘Getting Started with Processing’ book and do all the example sketches (well most of them anyway) and post each of the sketches as I go through day by day.
So, day 1. Today’s sketch is pretty simple really. Just move your mouse around to make little circles and when you click your mouse they’re black.
I shouldn’t have bothered. It really wasn’t worth it at all. The sounds are awful and it’s really hard to get it to do anything very musical.
I think it’s something I need to bend