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Science – 4 January 2019-P2P

Science is the academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and is considered one of the world’s most prestigious scientific journals. The peer-reviewed journal, first published in 1880 is circulated weekly and has a print subscriber base of around 130,000. Because institutional subscriptions and online access serve a larger audience, its estimated readership is one million people.

SciFiNow – Issue 151, 2018-P2P
English | 152 pages | True PDF | 40 MB

TechLife Australia – February 2019-P2P

TechLife makes computer technology accessible to people who share an enthusiasm for new technology and what it can do.
While most computer magazines are full of jargon and aimed at experts, TechLife gives practical hardware and software reviews and how-to tutorials, catering for all levels of computer enthusiats.

TechLife Australia – February 2019-P2P
English | 116 pages | True PDF | 39.6 MB
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iD (Ideas & Discoveries) – March 2019-P2P

iD makes science accessible and fun, and will make you think about the world around you in a whole new light! iD (Ideas & Discoveries) is an intriguing science and technology magazine that delves deep to help readers discover answers to questions about science, nature, psychology, history, current events and more. With captivating photography and design and engaging editorial content, iD will have readers thinking about the world around them in a whole new way.

iD (Ideas & Discoveries) – March 2019-P2P
English | 84 pages | True PDF | 40 MB

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book – Volume 3-P2P

Since the last Official Projects book came out, the Raspberry Pi has become the third best-selling computer of all time, behind only PCs and Macs. It’s safe to say the Raspberry Pi is becoming a household name and every day we greet new eager coders and makers into the community. The aim of these project books is to showcase some of the very best things you can do with the Raspberry Pi. To that end the book’s 200 pages are packed with amazing creations from around the Pi world along with guides and step-by-step tutorials to make your own projects. Whether you’re new to Pi and want to learn coding basics or a grizzled maker veteran wanting to get some new ideas, there’s something for everyone. I look forward to seeing what you’re inspired to do after reading this book!

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book – Volume 3-P2P
English | True PDF | 204 Pages | 47 MB

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book – Volume 2-P2P

When we introduced our last Official Projects book we were excited that seven million Raspberry Pis had been sold. Since then, the Raspberry Pi has achieved two further milestones: it’s reached ten million sales and has become the bestselling British computer of all time. By our calculations that’s quite a few new people in the Raspberry Pi community! If you’re one of those new people, then we heartily welcome you to the latest Raspberry Pi Official Projects Book. With 200 pages of excellent guides, inspiring projects, and informative reviews, it should keep you busy learning about all the amazing things you can do with your Raspberry Pi. We even have a Getting Started guide if you’re trying to figure out where to begin. For Pi veterans, there are some truly challenging builds to get stuck into as well.

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book – Volume 2-P2P
English | True PDF | 204 Pages | 45 MB

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book – Volume 4-P2P

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects book is out now with 200 pages of ideas, inspiration and guides to help you with your next Raspberry Pi project!

The Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book – Volume 4-P2P
English | True PDF | 204 Pages | 39 MB

The MagPi Essentials – AIY Projects-P2P

Google AIY Projects brings do-it-yourself artificial intelligence (AI) to the maker community. AIY Projects is a series of open-source designs that demonstrate how easy it is to add AI to your projects. We are thrilled to present the very first project, a kit that lets you explore voice recognition and natural language understanding. You will build a cardboard device that uses the Google Assistant to answer questions, like “how far away is the moon?” or “what is 18 percent of 92?”. Then you will learn how to add voice commands to your own projects. For example, you can register commands, such as “turn the lights on” or “robot, turn right and move forwards”. In the kit, Google has included a microphone, a speaker, and an accessory board called Voice HAT, that is loaded with breakout pins to wire up a variety of sensors and components. Google can’t wait for makers to build intelligent devices that solve real-world problems and share them back to the community using the #AIYProjects hashtag on social media. Your kit is a fantastic way to add voice control to your projects, and start exploring what’s possible with AI.

The MagPi Essentials – AIY Projects-P2P
English | True PDF | 76 Pages | 11 MB

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