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100 0477 I never get tired of these projects- Beakmyn writes “How I took an old Digital laptop and turned it into a digital picture frame using Damn Small Linux, a dremel and copious amounts of hot melt glue”. Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. drware says:

    I just finished a write up on how I did much the same thing. The laptop turned picture frame now runs Damn Small Linux and sync with a central file server.

    http://www.thewares.net/item/33

  2. drware says:

    I just finished a write up on how I did much the same thing. The laptop turned picture frame now runs Damn Small Linux and sync with a central file server.

    http://www.thewares.net/item/33

  3. drware says:

    I just finished a write up on how I did much the same thing. The laptop turned picture frame now runs Damn Small Linux and sync with a central file server.

    http://www.thewares.net/item/33

  4. drware says:

    I just finished a write up on how I did much the same thing. The laptop turned picture frame now runs Damn Small Linux and sync with a central file server.

    http://www.thewares.net/item/33

  5. vivacharlietuna says:

    I have created a digital picture frame resource site that has a number of helpful links to project blogs and other related sites. The page also has my own personal digital frame project.

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