A while back I made a trade with a co-worker for an old netbook in exchange for a Raspberry Pi Model B+. In case you haven’t heard of the Raspberry Pi (…what rock have you been hiding under!?!), its a small credit-card sized computer, originally designed as a low cost and low power solution for schools to teach kids more about programming in languages such as Python. But because of its small platform and low cost, it quickly became very popular in the hacker community as well. My Raspberry Pi has just been sitting on the shelf for a little while now, I figured it was time to blow off the dust and power it up.