Burning Hot: Raspberry Pi, Stellenbosch startups and Arianna Huffington

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Burning Hot is a weekly show on Burn Media that showcases our favourite recent stories on Memeburn, Gearburn and Ventureburn. From the latest gadgets to startups, insights and analysis, this is your quick wrap up of the best of the ‘burns, in under two minutes.

This week, Gearburn’s editor Steven Norris took a look at the many ways people are using the world’s smallest circuit board — the Raspberry Pi. One things for sure, you’re in a for a treat.

Jacques Coetzee takes us through a list of some exciting startups coming out of the small town of Stellenbosch, proving that the wine haven is an up-and-coming area for tech startups, if it isn’t already so.

Finally Stuart Thomas’ interview with Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington makes the show this week, as the woman behind the digital media juggernaut explains some of the ideas behind the site and discusses her views on concepts such as paywalls and aggregation.

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