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Crowdfunding: 3 incredibly tiny PC modules starting at just $15

There was a time when computers were enormous, expensive machines that filled entire rooms. Now you can pick up a tiny desktop computer like the Raspberry Pi for about $35. But there’s room to go even smaller – and cheaper. Three new projects hit crowdfunding campaign Indiegogo recently, with the developers hoping to raise funds to offer incredibly small computer modules for prices as low as $15. These aren’t necessarily systems that will replace your Core i7 desktop PC anytime soon. But they could be used to help set up a wireless media server, print station, home automation system, or other DIY projects. AsiaRF AWM002 mini kit The AWM002 mini kit is basically a little computer module with integrated 802.11n WiFi, 8MB of flash storage, 32MB …

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Crowdfunding: 3 incredibly tiny PC modules starting at just $15

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The Mytro Project is almost over. Over the past few months I’ve been writing about my experience crowdfunding and self-publishing a YA fantasy book called Mytro. After running an Indiegogo campaign and coming out with almost $20,000, I’m at the point where I have to start delivering books. When I started writing Mytro I wanted to go the traditional publishing route. I sent it to two agents who, I presume, didn’t trust it to sell enough units and, for all I know, they could still be right. However, I didn’t listen to them and so far I’ve been successful. Here’s what I did to prepare the book over the past few months. I started by rereading what I had written …

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