I think I can safely assume that all of us at least one time in ours life listened radio. It’s a great to have “something to play in background” while we enjoy other things. Let’s turn our raspi into greatest radio you’ll ever have.
Logitech back in 2001 introduced first Squeezebox device, It just played music / radio from central server over local network. One great thing about it – it is fully open source. Unfortunately logitech discontinued the line but server and a couple of players preserved and can now be installed on multitude of devices including raspi. Thanks to Allthingpi LMS installation is now painless which we’ll see in a second.
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Create a box that only opens when the right person looks at it!
Source: Raspberry Pi Face Recognition Treasure Box
Add RFID/NFC read and write to your Pi in an hour!
FYI: NFC = “near field communication”…
Near-field communication (NFC) is a set of communication protocols that enable two electronic devices, one of which is usually a portable device such as a smartphone, to establish communication by bringing them within 4 cm (1.6 in) of each other.
more on Wikipedia
View project at: Adafruit NFC/RFID on Raspberry Pi
Learn to set up a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack on your Raspberry Pi and configure it to work as a web server. You’ll download and install WordPress and set up a basic website which you can access on any device on the same network as your Pi…
Continue at: Build a LAMP Web Server with WordPress
Learn how to remotely monitor your beer fridge on the web using a Raspberry Pi computer and a Nintendo Wii balance board…
Source: Create a Smart Beer Fridge with a Raspberry Pi | Make:
Do you want to browse the web anonymously? Surf the Internet securely with your very own portable WiFi VPN/TOR router made with a Raspberry Pi…
Source: DIY Raspberry Pi WiFi VPN/TOR Router | Make:
Running your own Web server is the ultimate mark of online independence—and it only need cost you $35.
Source: How To Host A Website With Raspberry Pi – ReadWrite
You built a functional VPN server! Now what?
Welcome to Part Two of1 ReadWrite’s Raspberry Pi VPN server tutorial!
By now, it’s pretty apparent that turning your Raspberry Pi into a Virtual Private Network is an all-evening activity. But as security flaws further compromise our Internet lives, it feels increasingly worth it to have a secure server on your side. That way, you’re free to write emails and transfer data without worrying about what or whom might be intercepting it as it travels from your computer to the Web…
Continue at: Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part Two: Creating An Encrypted Client Side – ReadWrite
Trust no one and build a server that encrypts your Web data from prying eyes.
I read several different tutorials and cobbled together the results into this semi-coherent tutorial for setting up a VPN on Raspberry Pi, which even I can understand, complete with the why behind the how. Most prominently, I relied on Eric Jodoin’s VPN tutorial for experts, and dumbed it down for me.
So follow me down the cryptography rabbit hole and learn that no matter how paranoid you are, whoever came up with the methods to generate VPNs was even more so…
Continue at: Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part One: How And Why To Build A Server – ReadWrite