So, you want to buy a Raspberry Pi? Unless you’ve purchased one before, you’re probably not sure where to start. As a beginner, it’s like many other things. You need to consider what you plan to do with it to determine the type of Pi you should buy.
If you’ve researched Raspberry Pi enough to know you want one, then you already know that they’re affordable and that there are several different types of boards. This is where iDownloadBlog is stepping up to help!
We are beginning a new series of tutorials at iDB centered around Raspberry Pi. We’ll start here, with how to decide which one is right for you. Then we’ll move onto setting it up, the kinds of projects you can do from practical to fun, and much more.
If you’re ready to begin this journey with iDB, then let’s go!
You may not be a project manager by trade, but you do have projects to manage. So you probably don’t need a fancy or extensive project management tool. But you do need one to keep track of smaller projects for work, school, or your home.
These Mac apps can help you stay up to date on all of your projects. They offer project and task management with extra features but still keep things simple. Best of all, they’re each available for free. And those that have in-app purchases do so to give you more features you might want but don’t necessarily need.
For keeping track of all your projects, check out this list of the best Mac apps for managing them.
When you decide it’s time to do something different in your living space, you need ideas. Whether you want to redesign a single room or remodel an entire area, getting inspiration for the right look and feel is important.
One terrific place to look for home design and remodeling ideas is on your Apple TV and these are the best apps for it.
Everything that you create in iMovie, whether a Trailer or Movie, is considered a Project. You can make as many Projects as you like. And if you end up with a huge list of them, you’ll want to know how to manage those Projects. You may want to play, rename, edit, duplicate, or delete a Project. This tutorial shows you how to do all that in iMovie on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.