I'm Ashton. I usually go by a mixture of my last name and something else that makes sense with what I'm signing up for (in this case I just added an i to the end to make it a pun (Snappi = Snapp Pi)). But I really like the usernames that pop up. If you've ever come across a person on Minecraft with the username SnappCraft, that was me (unless DisguiseCraft was installed).
I'm just a computer and video game nerd in his second year of high school. My first Raspberry Pi was a generation 1 model B+, back when it first came out. I got it for Christmas, I think. I had a power adapter (whose British connectors couldn't fit in the American sockets!), an 8 gig SD card, an HDMI cord hooking it up to my TV, and a keyboard and trackpad combo set up. The adapter was hooked into a power strip, I turned the strip on and the Pi booted (on HDMI3). I installed Raspbian and I liked my little Pi ever since. Or, until it broke the next year. I'm not sure if I'm correct here, but I think power strips might be possible of backpowering/backfeeding the Pi, because when I turned it on, nothing happened. Nothing was being output to the TV. I'm not sure if the keyboard was doing anything. And... yeah. First Pi - DED. Now I'm wanting a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and all of the officially official accessories that are less likely to bork the device. Reasoning? Saw a video by Tinkernut on making a Raspberry Pi web server. And another one on using it to make an email server. I want to make a website