The Raspberry Pi is a cute little computer on a card. This photo shows the Debian build called Raspbian that I am running now. I will be working with it over the weekend when I get some spare time. So far, I have plugged in a 16 Gig Micro SD chip, a wireless USB mouse, a USB keyboard, both plugged into a USB hub, so I still have room for a couple more USB peripherals. I am using my desk monitor for HDMI input from the Pi. I have connected to the net via network cable. I am anxiously awaiting one of the kiddies to hack Ubuntu or one of the flavors of Android to install on the Pi. The Pi is not the fastest or most powerful chip on the block, so it will take some time and dedication. I am still trying to remember my Linux codes from Ubuntu. Even the GUI is difficult to navigate right away, and I am trying to remember how to install packages, etc. I seem to remember a super command: sudo that is pretty powerful.