Once upon a time, a Marvell developed a product called the Sheevaplug to drum up interest for their "Kirkwood" ARM-compatible CPU line. This was a complete linux system hidden in a wall wart, whose design they gave away as a reference. This led to a number of Sheevaplug-based devices hitting the market, including the PogoPlug, a line of cheap NAS devices which are all based on the Sheevaplug design with various single-core Marvell CPUs. They are now discontinuing not only that line but also the service for the same, so the devices are cheaper than ever before right now, and this is a great time to pick one up — I got one for $13.
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For those who don't know, Frontline is a satirical take-off of real current affairs shows (particularly in Australia), so accurate that it reportedly helped in the demise of a real show on another network. It is now into it's second series and is screened on Monday nights on the ABC at 8:00 pm. It has also now started screening in the U.S.A. as "Behind the Frontline" on Comedy Central.
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