This is an interesting article as well. I didn't realize fiber optic cables could be tapped into, but it makes sense that "weak points" like repeaters exist when you need to push the distance beyond 80km.
I kinda expected this from the beginning. I don't know if they were going for the "novelty effect" in the beginning, but utility trumps that, especially in the case of devices that are designed for utility (yes, and AngryBirds, but that's another story...)
Why everybody wants a slice of Raspberry Pi ... CNN - "In a world where computers are increasingly powerful and are concealed within ever more glossy slabs of aluminum, the Raspberry Pi (RPi) offers surprising proof for the virtue of moderation. Resembling little more than a credit card-sized scrap of exposed circuit board, the RPi is a fully programmable PC that runs a free, open-source Linux operating system, plugs into any TV, can power 3D graphics, connects to the Internet ... The computer's miniature frame is crowded with two USB ports, an SD card slot, an Ethernet connection and microchip in the middle -- all powered by a universal USB mobile charger. ..." more: http://bit.ly/RaeQBP#linux#raspberrypi
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