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Tim Greenwood
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On Writing in service of Inquiry and Love (!) ( RAIR 3.0 ) Welcome to this blog post. If you have been waiting for some key information on how to move your AR+ practices forward - this is home for you in this moment - now. Moments of blessing are few and fa...
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Living Systems supports second Raspberry Pi Project August 2015
This August, Tim Greenwood, co-director of Living Systems, will be travelling out to Monkey bay, Malawi, to help set up an internet cafe with Tyson Dye of UKFast. This is the second project the two have delivered as part of their Project Pi (www.projectpi.o...
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love this app, turns the chore of recording CPD into a helpful, reflective process.
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learning to touch type was never so much fun (and it's free) #GNUTYPIST thanks +Tyson Dye  for recommendation!
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Project Pi @ the Khaya Centre 2014
Project Pi has just created a new website to document their experiments in education using the Raspberry Pi. The website can be found here: http://projectpi.org.uk/khaya-centre-mount-olive-2014/
Project Pi @ the Khaya Centre 2014
Project Pi @ the Khaya Centre 2014
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Setting up the Raspberry Pi @ the Khaya Centre, Lehae, Jo'Burg
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setting up the pi's
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Living Systems supports leadership of South African IT project
Living Systems recently gave support to an exciting Urban Shift project. See here for more details: http://urbanshift.org.uk/projectpi/
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Start-ups: How do you go from idea to reality?
How do you help people turn their ideas into real and vibrant products and services?  I overheard two colleagues last week and they were asking each other 'what is your favourite part of a project?'. This caught my attention. Rachel said she enjoys the plan...
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