I've finally convinced my wife to give up her paper wall calendar in favor of using the calendar feature in Entourage, and am planning on putting an old Wallstreet at the stand-up desk in the kitchen (she was about this resistant when I tried to convince her to get an internet connection and email; now she can't survive without it.) Now I'm trying to figure out how best to mount the PowerBook so it's easily accessible but not in the way.
I found a post on Instructables (link) where a guy made brackets to attach a laptop upside down to the bottom of an upper cabinet. The display swings down for use, but it required something extra to rotate the displayed image. I'd like to do the same with the PowerBook, but I haven't been able to come up with a way to rotate the display on it.
The PowerBook is currently running 10.2, and the rotate display dohickey in the Displays Preference Panel was introduced with 10.4. Even if I hacked 10.4 to run on it, that feature is still disabled on PowerBooks -- won't work on my Aluminum G4 PowerBook at all.
So, the question is, is there a hack or 3rd party bit of software that can do this for me?