From a post on the PETSCII forums I found StarTTY.com. It looks to be a nice service that can turn any telnet capable machine into an information kiosk. One of the demos is on a TRS-80 Model 100. I know that'll perk some people up around here. A compact Mac with a serial line to another machine or some sort of ethernet (PDS or SCSI) connection or mab e an old PowerBook would make a nice RSS feed box. Do a picture frame hack on a PowerBook, and have it cycle in to the RSS feed if it gets an update or a t the push of a button, otherwise display pics. It might also be a good use for old B&W or greyscale PBs that wouldn't be candidates for a picture frame anyway. I do like that it'll work with anything that can get a telnet session going. That'll free it from being slaved to a local machine to provide the feed.