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This instructable is the final one in the series, leading up to the Voiceberry Pi! I work from home as a computer consultant. I spend a good deal ...
The first step is to hook up a display so you can see what you're dialing and what you're doing. Before that can be done, because of a ...
The next step is to actually hook up the display. My instructable on running an HD44780 based display covers this in detail. Hop on over and follow that ...
You can't dial without a keypad. This instructable, also mine, details how to do just that. Although the GPIO pins used in the Voiceberry Pi are different, the ...
Attached is my code to make this run. It's built using pygooglevoice, a pretty powerful interface between Python and Google Voice. Login credentials can be stored directly in ...
To start with, the code runs at 100% CPU usage, which is unacceptable. I need to find a way to cut down on that, and still have the ...
I am so happy that this instructable won me a prize, I've desided to revisit it, and update it with changes I've made. Two quick changes this morning ...
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