Oh well. It was floating around for quite a bit now, but given X's licensing issues, someone went ahead and submitted it to Slashdot. It obviously isn't a viable alternative to X yet (if ever), but it does serve as a reminder of the fact that the UNIX world needs a brand new display model - perhaps something like the Mac's Quartz and Display PostScript.
The Sharp/GX-30 Is Now Official
...not in Portugal (of course), but the pricing is still raising eyebrows. Strangely enough, Apple supposedly sells 20% of 802.11g products, which is plain wierd (at least considering the way I see Linksys products flying off the shelves.