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Raspberry Pi Pandora streamer

Posted on Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 in R-Pi by DP

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Here is a Pandora music player based around the Raspberry pi. It features a screen that provides basic user interface control, and displays the song title.

My basic justification for the project was that I listen to a lot of music on Pandora or Spotify while reading and doing homework, but having it up on the computer means I have an instant distraction any time I feel like checking email, news, or whatever.  Building a small, standalone player with just a screen to display song titles and a simple interface using a few buttons removes that temptation.

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One Response to “Raspberry Pi Pandora streamer”

  1. Mike says:

    It’s spelled “Raspberry Pi” not “Pie”

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